"For 2018... we achieved net sales of $265.6 billion and operating income of $70.9 billion, each representing a year-over-year increase of 16 percent, and exceeding the 2018 maximum annual cash incentive program goals for both of those performance measures", the filing reads.
Cook refrained from sharing specific details about the company's future endeavors in the healthcare sector, but pointed towards Apple's ResearchKit and CareKit as the basis on which future health monitoring systems will be built.
But even if the television service is one of the "services" mentioned by cook, other ideas remain a mystery.
Qualcomm claimed victory over Apple in two patent court cases in China and Germany late a year ago.
Michael Cohen to testify to Congress next month
Adam Schiff , the chairman of the House intelligence committee, also said he would be seeking a closed door hearing with Cohen. Representative Elijah Cummings , to appear publicly before the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
Apple's legal representation in the lawsuits said in December that talks between the two firms had ended months ago.
But they think the primary driver of Apple's demand doldrums come down to a "mispriced smartphone with XR as the culprit in China and elongated upgrade activity within its installed base a clear headwind". "I don't wanna tell you about what they are". "We always talk about - and I've been very consistent that this second half of  and into  is when we're really on the doorstep of finding a resolution".
Apple has accused Qualcomm of engaging in illegal patent licensing practices to preserve a dominant market position in so-called modem chips, which help mobile phones connect to wireless data networks.
Thursday's share price slump pushed Apple's market capitalisation to US$700bn, meaning it had lost US$450bn in value since its peak of US$1.1trn a year ago. "Their accusations are a red herring", Apple said in a statement to Reuters.
Cook gives the Interview in a time in which the exchanges respond emotionally to Apple and falling prices.