Apple's acquisition of magazine subscription app Texture in March 2018 is reportedly related to those efforts.
However, Cook didn't reveal any specifics and left space for speculation but if the leaked reports are to be taken into consideration, he's definitely talking about the TV services. While the company won't go into the nitty gritty details, and won't even offer sales numbers for the iPhone lineup later this month during its upcoming quarterly earnings call, Cook did reiterate that the iPhone XR has been the most popular iPhone for customers to buy "every single day" since it launched in 2018.
The war of words is unlikely to play a major role in the outcome of the legal fight between the two firms.
Qualcomm claimed victory over Apple in two patent court cases in China and Germany late previous year.
According to a filing submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission (via the Wall Street Journal), Apple gave its CEO Tim Cook a hefty 22 percent pay raise its last fiscal year ended in September, bringing his total compensation for the year to nearly $15.7 million United States dollars. That is the truth.
"I'm never surprised by the market, to be honest with you, because I think the market is quite emotional in the short term".
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Cook's comments contrasted with those Mollenkopf made in November on CNBC. I don't wanna tell you about what they are and I'm not gonna forecast precisely, the ramps and so forth.
In a statement, Qualcomm said the company stands by Mollenkopf's remarks.
This is exactly why we say "its good to be Apple's CEO". "We have also stated clearly on several occasions that we believe it will be resolved, one way or the other, in the near future, either through a settlement or court decisions".
Apple on Wednesday said Cook's comments were accurate. He views Qualcomm's actions regarding patents and licensing as illegal. "Their accusations are a red herring".
The interview helped lift Apple shares by 2.2 per cent to US$151.19 in afternoon trading.