Mark Gurman, 9to5Mac:
In the days following Apple’s record Q1 earnings announcements,
Apple CEO Tim Cook and other top Apple executives held a Town Hall
meeting at the Infinite Loop headquarters in Cupertino to reveal
new announcements and take attendee questions.
Multiple sources in attendance at the event said that Cook as well
as newly appointed Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams each
spoke and made announcements and teases related to new employee
benefits, future iPad growth, Apple Watch sales, future retail
stores in China, Apple Campus 2, and the future product pipeline. […]
Lots of interesting tidbits, including the fact that Apple Watch sold better in its first holiday quarter than the original iPhone did in 2007.
He also touched upon the new Cupertino Apple Campus 2, noting that
Apple employees will likely first begin moving into the new campus
by the end of January 2017. He emphasized how important the new
theater will be in giving Apple flexibility to hold larger events
on its own campus versus relying on places in San Fransisco or San
Jose. Cook reportedly called the new campus a “gift” to the future
of Apple employees.
It occurs to me that next month’s Apple Event might be the last one ever held in the small theater on Apple’s existing campus.
★ Thursday, 4 February 2016