Apple's Tim Cook On His Biggest Dispute With Steve Job

Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) co-founder Steve Jobs announced his resignation as the company's CEO 

Cook recounted his journey at the company and spoke highly of Jobs 

Cook said it regarded Apple's iPhone sales strategy ahead of its 2007 launch. 

He proposed that the phone carrier would pay Apple a portion of the iPhone cost. 

Last week, Apple launched its newest iPhone version 14 during an event called "Far out."  

The new iPhones retail at prices of $799, $899, and $999, respectively 

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will be released on Sept. 16, and the iPhone 14 Plus will be released on Oct. 7.  

Contrary to Cook's idea, Jobs suggested that the company should receive part of the phone carrier's monthly revenue.