Apple's market value has grown tenfold in the past 10 years since Tim Cook took over as CEO from Steve Jobs in 2011.
Despite concerns about Apple's innovation capabilities, the company has continued to achieve record-high market values.
Cook's leadership has been credited with these achievements, as he has focused on product diversification, such as the introduction of Apple Watch, Apple Music, and Apple Card. Additionally, Cook has prioritized supply chain management and implemented successful financial strategies, including consistent dividends and stock repurchases.
These factors, along with market trends and the release of new products, have contributed to Apple's sustained success.