The book was written by former WSJ tech reporter Yukari Iwatani Kane and comes to the conclusion that with the untimely death of Steve Jobs, Apple's best days have already occurred. Cook issued a statement on Tuesday, complaining that the book "fails to capture Apple, Steve, or anyone else in the company." That comment was followed by a rebuttal by Kane which said, "For Tim Cook to have such strong feelings about the book, it must have touched a nerve."
"For Tim Cook to have such strong feelings about the book, it must have touched a nerve. Even I was surprised by my conclusions, so I understand the sentiment. I’m happy to speak with him or anyone at Apple in public or private. My hope in writing this book was to be thought-provoking and to start a conversation which I’m glad it has."-Yukari Iwatani Kane, author
On Tuesday, the author of the book visited CNBC. You can view the interview by clicking on the video below.
source: CNBC via Recode