Watch Apple CEO Tim Cook throw a punch at Google about security, talk about what comes after the Internet



Apple chief executive Tim Cook sat down for probably his longest appearance on TV recently, and it’s his most prolific one, giving an insight at the man who has been running Apple now for nearly three years after Steve Jobs’ passing.

We've already pointed you to the first part of the interview with Charlie Rose where Cook discusses Apple’s newest products, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as the Apple Watch, and now, you can now watch the second part where he speaks about things like security of your data, and how Apple’s business model differs from that of companies like Google.

In trying to explain the difference, Cook throws a subtle punch at Google and urges its customers to pay careful attention about what’s happening to their data. 

The Apple CEO also made the contrast with the Apple model, saying that the company simply does not want your data, especially in sensitive cases like the Apple Pay scenario. You can watch the whole thing right in the beginning of the post, and feel free to share your thoughts below.

source: CBS News

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