Full Tim Cook interview posted online to warm you up for WWDC
posted by Victor H. / Jun 11, 2012, 9:14 AM
Tim Cook is one mеn in the tech industry who needs no introduction, and understandably the Apple chief executive officer was the icing on the cake at this year’s D conference. In a lengthy, 1 hour 40 minute interview, Cook sat down with Wall Street Journal’s Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher for the first time after Steve Jobs passing in the conference where Steve Jobs often was the central figure.
“the juices are flowing” at Apple and spoke about many other things, including what he learned from Jobs. Of course, he didn’t give away any details about new products, but that wouldn’t surprise you, would it?Apple’s new chief executive said that
Check out the full interview below and also learn about how Cook was surprised when he started receiving literally thousands of emails after he became CEO, and what he thinks about wearable computing and others.
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Tim Cook is a big hypocrite. He brain washed the weak minded ones so easily.
posted on Jun 11, 2012, 9:27 AM 6
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Anyone who'd make a statement like u did is probably brainwashed.
posted on Jun 11, 2012, 9:51 AM 5
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He said he hated litigation and why Apple recently filed lawsuits to ban S3 and HTC phones? This is how he input thought into people minds and they will believed that he is a good guy. When people preordered and don't get their phones on time, they will blame on Samsung and HTC for the delays. Typical Apple's dirty tactics.
posted on Jun 11, 2012, 10:39 AM 1
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I like what he said about the PC not being as good as it can be, I mean Windows 8 is gonna be great for tablets but for PC's with a mouse and keyboard I find it soo annoying just using Windows 8. Looking forward to WWDC today!! iOS 6!
posted on Jun 11, 2012, 10:27 AM 3
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"Apple has not sued anyone over standard essential patents" I think Tim Cook is forgetting the battles against the word "App Store" and even the rectangular shape :)
posted on Jun 11, 2012, 11:53 AM 0
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Those are silly lawsuits for sure, but they're not standards essential. Standards essential are for patents for things that are required for a phone to work, like the way radios receive/send, etc... But, yes. Suing because an icon tap is "just a zero length swipe," is assinine and stupid.
posted on Jun 11, 2012, 12:36 PM 1
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