From a New York Times news article on President Trump's final financial disclosure form: "He also reported receiving 10 gifts, including an Ultimate Fighting Championship belt, golf gear, a leather bomber jacket and a computer from Tim Cook, the chief executive of Apple, worth $5,999."
I guess you can argue that Trump is sufficiently wealthy that his official actions are not going to be swayed one way or another by a $5,999 gift. By the Times' description, the gift appears to have been from Tim Cook personally rather than Apple shareholders. Even so, this makes me cringe. I wonder if Cook was reimbursed by Apple for the expense, and if Apple expensed the cost of the computer as a cost of doing business, reducing its taxable income. The right move would have been for Trump to decline the gift with a polite letter to Cook explaining he appreciated the thought but that as a government official it really wasn't appropriate for him to accept this sort of gift from the chief executive of a company whose business might be affected by his actions as president. And the right move would have been for Cook not to have put Trump in the awkward position by bestowing the gift in the first place.
If Cook had done this to a foreign politician, he might have a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act issue. It's nice that this was disclosed, but it's weird if the standard for gifts to American politicians is more lax than the standard for gifts to foreign politicians.