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appleinsider : Tim Cook speaks to PM Modi about Apple India’s future plans

Apple CEO Tim Cook says future products will be ‘in every part of your life that we can’

Apple CEO Tim Cook says future products will be 'in every part of your life that we can'

Although it may only expand into new categories when the time is right, Apple intends to weave its products into virtually every aspect of a person’s life, Apple executives Tim Cook and Eddy Cue revealed in an interview published on Monday.”We want to be there from when you wake up till when you decide to go to sleep,” Cue told Fast Company.”Our strategy is to help you in every part of your life that we can,” Cook added, “whether you’re sitting in the living room, on your desktop, on your phone, or in your car.

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Tim Cook speaks to PM Modi about Apple India’s future plans

Tim Cook speaks to PM Modi about Apple India's future plans

Apple CEO Tim Cook during his visit met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and spoke of possibilities of manufacturing, but the company has not submitted any proposal with the IT Ministry to set up its plant in India, Parliament was informed today.Cook visited Hyderabad on May 20 to launch the technology centre relating to their maps division in presence of Chief Minister of Telangana K Chandrashekar Rao, Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology P P Chaudhary said in a reply to the Lok Sabha.”He also called on the Prime Minister on May 21, 2016.He shared Apple Inc’s future plans for India and spoke of possibilities of manufacturing and retailing in India.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook calls Warren Buffett and Bill Clinton for advice

Apple CEO Tim Cook calls Warren Buffett and Bill Clinton for advice

Running Apple is a lonely job, according to CEO Tim Cook.It’s hard work, with long hours, and you have to make decisions that affect tens of thousands of employees.But he has a few people he can turn to for advice, Cook revealed in a lengthy interview with The Washington Post.

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We read that 10,000-word interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook so you don’t have to

We read that 10,000-word interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook so you don’t have to

Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with the Washington Post for a sprawling interview — almost 10,000 words!— and he didn’t even talk about the self-driving car project Apple is supposedly not working on.But Cook did talk about a lot of other things Apple is working on, from taking the reins from Steve Jobs to what comes after the iPhone to who he turns to for advice.

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