At a traditional Apple event and the start of the company's announcement cycle, today the the participants do not participate in the theater
As every year Tim Cook launches a meeting of Apple shareholders, he welcomes investors and board members, but without physical presence. However, this did not stop me from answering all the questions, on various topics such as uncertainty about the effects of coronavirus
At this event, Cook did not give details about any of Apple's upcoming plans, since these types of ads are reserved for a major note next month. However, a small phrase has met expectations:
We plant many, many things that I cannot tell you, but they are wonderful
About the event to be held on March 31, one shareholder asked if Apple would consider celebrating it the annual meeting in a large area, so that many investors can attend. Cook explained that the Steve Jobs Theater is the largest place Apple has and that the event "would have lost half of its expertise had it not been on the Apple site."
Using this event, shareholders asked Cook about Apple's position against A catastrophic outbreak of Coronavirus he reiterated that Apple prioritizes the health and safety of employees and partners. From a trading standpoint, Cook said it was still a very good and "challenging" situation for Apple.
In other articles, Cook was interviewed, in his role as company representative at Apple's commitment to the environment
As usual, the annual meeting of shareholders served to develop a variety of topics, which made sense to the industry and what Apple managed throughout the year.