In a meeting of the Workforce Policy Advisory Board yesterday, U.S. President Donald Trump mistakenly referred to Apple CEO Tim Cook as „Tim Apple“ in a flub that quickly spread around the internet.
Cook today joined in on the fun and changed his name on Twitter from Tim Cook to „Tim ,“ referencing Trump’s mistake.
During yesterday’s meeting, Cook was sitting right next to Trump when Trump referred to him as Tim Apple and he managed to keep a straight face at the time.
„We’re going to be opening up the labor forces because we have to. We have so many companies coming in. People like Tim – you’re [...]
Bei einer Beratersitzung im Weißen Haus ist zu einem kuriosen Versprecher gekommen: Tim Cook wird offenbar mit Apple identifiziert. Macwelt News
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Apple held its annual investor’s meeting at its Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California, this morning, where Apple CEO Tim Cook shared some details on Apple’s future product plans.
As outlined by Bloomberg, Cook said that Apple is „rolling the dice“ on some future products that will „blow you away.“
Cook went on to say that Apple’s eventual goal is to be able reduce the price of the 2018 Retina MacBook Air, which currently starts at $1,200. In reference to the Apple Watch and the AirPods, Cook said there’s a „long, great roadmap“ of „fantastic“ products on the horizon.