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11 January 2019, 04:29 | Rodolfo Wallace
Tim Cook makes 300 times more than average Apple employee – company’s filing
As Cook mentioned, Apple has already developed new software to perform clinical studies in a research environment, and it's made apps and other software to enable highly-regulated medical records to be stored and shared from an iPhone.
On services, you will see us announce new services this year.
Apple CEOTim Cook says he believes that his company's culture of innovation is "probably underappreciated" by naysayers.
Mr Cook highlighted Apple's move into healthcare as a particular area he is proud of, describing it as the firm's "most-important contribution to mankind".
According to a filing submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission (via the Wall Street Journal), Apple gave its CEO Tim Cook a hefty 22 percent pay raise its last fiscal year ended in September, bringing his total compensation for the year to nearly $15.7 million Dollars. But it signals the high stakes and deeply entrenched positions of each side, with Apple arguing in court that Qualcomm charges an unfair "tax" on its phones while Qualcomm fights to protect a patent licensing model it argues has helped bring connectivity to billions of new users through wireless networks. This shouldn't come as much of a surprise to anyone who has been keeping up with Apple's revenue.
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"When I got to the ER, they did an actual EKG on a cart - the real deal", he said. I don't wanna tell you about what they are and I'm not gonna forecast precisely, the ramps and so forth. We are taking what has been with the institution and empowering the individual to manage their health.
Apple also said the total 2018 compensation for its median employee was $55,426, noting that Cook made 283 times this amount.
Apple has reportedly been struggling to sell its latest line up of smartphones, iPhone X, iPhone XS and iPhone XR.
However, this TV service, or Apple Videos, is just one service, and Tim Cook was specific in using the plural. He added that Apple Watch and AirPods now have a revenue that's 50 percent more than iPod at its peak. Other Apple executives were also well-paid previous year.
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