On October 5, 2011, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed away at the age of 56 due to complications with pancreatic cancer. Now, four years later, the current CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, remembers the legendary individual.
Tim Cook has once again reiterated Apple’s stance on user privacy in an interview with NPR’s Robert Siegel. It comes just days after Cook published a letter outlining Apple’s privacy policies, which prevent our data from being shared, sold, or seen by third-parties.
Tim Cook has hinted that today’s WWDC keynote won’t be an all-male affair like in previous years. Speaking at Sunday’s orientation session for Apple’s WWDC scholarship program, Cook added that diversity is “the future of our company.”
Right now, for the Apple Watch units out in the wild and on wrists, the wearable’s first Watch OS update is just now arriving.