Apple's Beats brand in April unveiled the Powerbeats Pro, a redesigned wire-free version of its popular fitness-oriented Powerbeats earbuds.
Apple Shareholder Meeting Notes: Directors Reelected, No Change in Jobs' Plans
Shareholders also defeated proposals that would have given them a say on executive compensation, would have required Apple to disclose more about corporate political donations and its carbon footprint, and would have called for universal health care.In response to questions about the health of Jobs, the Associated Press reports that there are no changes in his plans to return to the company in June.
Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs still expects to return from his medical leave at the end of June, according to an Apple director who responded to an investor at the company's annual shareholder meeting Wednesday.
The investor had pressed for details about when the board of directors knew Jobs planned to step away from his daily duties. Apple director Arthur Levinson responded only by saying that since Jobs announced Jan. 14 that he needed to go on leave, "nothing has changed."
CNBC's Jim Goldman had hoped to live blog from the meeting, but Apple banned all communication devices from the meeting hall. Fortune, however, republished reports from two investors who were able to sneak wireless devices into the room.