Tim Cook: “Without giving away too much, I can tell you that this year has a few more exciting things in store”
Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced financial results for the fiscal 2020 fourth quarter, posting quarter revenue of $64.7 billion. Speaking live on a conference call with investors, Cook teased “Without giving away too much, I can tell you that this year has a few more exciting things in store,” as rumors point to a November special event for the launch of new Apple Silicon Mac models.
During the call, Cook took the opportunity to praise Apple’s retail and customer support teams for being flexible and innovative throughout the challenging year, saying employees “rebuilt every part of the plane while it was midair and the results speak for themselves,” highlighting the company’s COVID-19 efforts, and donations to racial justice funds and other nonprofit work.
Apple is expected to take to the stage once again in mid-November, for a digital event which could see the introduction of the long-rumored AirTags item trackers, as well as ARM Mac models, which Apple first announced would be coming later this year during WWDC in June.
Reports suggest Apple’s November event may happen on Tuesday, November 17th, with many predicting the event, may see the launch of a fully redesigned iMac, marking the first significant redesign to the machine since 2012.