Trade war tensions between the United States and China could take Apple back to a US$1 trillion market value.
Cook is a frequent visitor to the White House and has worked with Ivanka Trump on her job training and education initiatives.
The top US antitrust enforcer says that studying enforcement actions against Standard Oil and AT&T decades ago can help look at possible anti-competitive behaviour at Google and Facebook.
Apple has the capacity to make iPhones outside the United States if the trade war becomes worse.
Amazon jumped from third to first place to eclipse Google which slid from first to third place with Apple holding on to the second spot.
Google, Facebook Inc. and Apple Inc. tumbles as the companies prepare to undergo US antitrust probes.
Apple launches a "Sign In With Apple" function to rival Facebook and Google web login accounts, drawing a contrast with rivals by stressing protection of users' information.
Apple is slated to make a plethora of announcements at WWDC 2019.
Will China retaliate against US companies such as Apple and Nike after Huawei's ban?
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei will not retaliate against American Apple despite the latter's decision to ban Huawei intensifying a trade war.
Such a restriction would represent 100% of estimated Apple earnings exposure to both mainland China and Hong Kong.
Apple, Dell will join Kingston Technology and Seagate Technology by selling their shares in the chipmaker to Toshiba Memory for US$4.5 billion.
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Some 1,000 jobs will be lost as Apple supplier Japan Display eyes a bailout from a Chinese-Taiwanese consortium.
Apple shares fell more than 5% after the justices upheld a lower court's decision to allow the proposed class action lawsuit to proceed.
Apple's iPhone is now vulnerable over the US-China trade war resulting in a double tariff impose of 25% on China's goods and services.
Apple is looking to expand its connectivity in India as it becomes the world's largest mobile market.
The two tech giants agrees to settle their suit with Apple paying Qualcomm US$4.5 billion to US$4.7 billion.
Apple falls short of re-entry into the 13-digit club because of its hefty buyback program.
Services revenue grew 16% to US$11 billion, reflecting growth in music, Apple Pay and other new offerings from the firm.
Intel also said it would meet commitments to customers for its existing 4G smartphone modem product line.
Foxconn is the world's biggest contract electronics maker and assembles Apple's iPhones as well as gadgets for other international brands.
At the heart of the battle are the royalties Qualcomm charges for its patented chips, which enable smartphones to connect to mobile networks.
Apple shares has been soaring and Apple Music sales had surpassed Spotify in paid US subscriptions.