Tim Cook Says WSJ Report on Departure of Jony Ive is 'Absurd'

Tim Cook Says WSJ Report on Departure of Jony Ive is 'Absurd'

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NoGoodNick - July 2, 2019 at 6:23pm
Cook’s current strategy seems to be: if the Chinese won’t pay our current prices, then we’ll stick Americans with our lost revenue, and if THEY won’t but our products at the current prices, we’ll instead build $30,000 to $60,000 iMac Pros that NO ONE wants! Forget design esthetics, someone needs to teach Cook simple arithmetic. If ppl won’t pay $1,000, then LOWER, rather than jack prices up.
crc285 - July 2, 2019 at 12:48am
This is expected from Cook. It shows in his products that he is not as involved as Job’s was. The Founder and mind behind the Apple can’t ever be copied. The Apple we knew and loved is dead. Cook has been riding on the name for long enough. Now people are opening there eyes to the joke Cook has made Apple. I really hope they look back on Job’s work and make Apple the way it was.
curtixman - July 2, 2019 at 12:39am
Of course it absurd. That’s the #msm
stevenlacross - July 2, 2019 at 12:21am
That’s funny because Tim Cook said the same thing about products being worked on blowing us away years and years ago but ever since Steve jobs died, there hasn’t been any real innovation and the designers haven’t been all that great, and everything seems to have some sort of bug it in. antenna gate, bend gate, battery gate, force restarting gate, randomly loosing service gate, power button stopped working gate,... and on and on.
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