Tim Cook will announce a new Apple education program for public schools today during an interview on ABC’s Good Morning America, according to a new report. The program hopes to “end America’s public schools’ digital divide.”
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.
Tim Cook was at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., on Sunday to give a commencement speech to graduating students, and he kicked off his address with a joke about recycling rival phones aimed at those without an iPhone.
On April 19, 2012, Tim Cook (and Walter Isaacson) was listed in TIME’s annual “100 Most Influential People” list, and now Apple’s CEO has once again made the ranks.