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Tim Cook: Apple to add 25 more retail stores in China within two years

“Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook said the company is planning to open 25 retail stores in China within the next two years, according to a Chinese transcript of an interview posted by web portal Sina.com,” Matthew Miller reports for Reuters. 162 more words

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Apple to grow retail stores in China from 15 to 40 within two years, says Cook

Tim Cook noted during Monday’s earnings call that Apple was “investing like crazy” in China, but he took the opportunity of his current visit to the country to put a specific number on the company’s retail expansion plans: it will open 25 new Apple Stores in Greater China within the next two years. 243 more words

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Tim Cook flies to China in response to iCloud phishing allegations

Apple’s boss Tim Cook went to China to meet with a top Chinese government official in Beijing amid allegations of government-backed phishing attempts on users’ iCloud accounts, according to a report by the state-run Xinhua news agency, relayed by Reuters Wednesday. 239 more words

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Tim Cook paid a visit to a Foxconn factory in Zhengzhou, China during a trip across the country. The Apple executive tweeted the photo above with one of the workers assembling an iPhone. 123 more words

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Want to Follow @Apple? Too bad, it doesn't Exist!

Want to Follow @Apple? Too bad, it doesn’t Exist!

On October 20th, Apple announced quarterly earnings following the advent of its September 9th Keynote. At this event they introduced the iPhone 6, Apple Pay, and iWatch, three technologies that have the nation buzzing. 416 more words

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Apple’s big week continues as its stock price hits a new high

Shares of Apple passed their all-time high point during morning trading Wednesday, putting an exclamation point on an already strong week for the tech giant. 225 more words

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iCloud Changes Name To ourCloud

CUPERTINO, CA—Marking a change in strategy for Apple’s iCloud from individual to shared storage, company representatives announced today they were changing the name of the cloud based service to ourCloud. 142 more words

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