Apple CEO Tim Cook Talks About Apple's Future
Apple's CEO Tim Cook sat down with journalists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher yesterday for the 10th All Things Digital Conference in California.
According to a report, the subtle CEO was interviewed about the state of Apple as a company and he also gave the audience some hints on the Apple's present and future products plan.
In that interview Cook made mention of things related to Apple including exciting new product launches from the company, Apple's upcoming Annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in California next month, and Apple's growing interest on the television market and their own Apple TV.
The Apple CEO also talked about Apple's own voice-controlled virtual assistant Siri and the company's plan to expand its features and do a lot more improvements on its capabilities.
Furthermore, Cook talked about Apple's iOS and its possible integration with social network services like Facebook, his discontent with Apple's ongoing patent disputes with rival vendors HTC and Samsung that he calls "a pain in the ass."
Additionally, he mentioned that he would like to see Apple launch products that are made in the United States.
As expected, all eyes and ears were listening to what Tim Cook had to say for the whole evening although he didn't talk much about more detailed specifics on Apple's future products and innovative technologies, for very obvious reasons.