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« on: December 11, 2019, 04:05:22 pm »

Tim Cook talks manufacturing, regulation, and privacy in new interview

Apple's CEO is optimistic about the future of the iPhone and the company.

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Tim Cook sat down during his trip to Japan with the Nikkei Asian Review.
The CEO talked about manufacturing, antitrust, and what he thinks of smartphone innovation.
Cook touted the company's work on privacy and its relationships with suppliers.


As part of his tour across Japan, Tim Cook sat down for an interview with the Nikkei Asian Review to talk about the company's economic impact, privacy, and antitrust. Reported by Appleinsider, Cook talked about how the company has created "well over 2 million" jobs in the United States, a remark based off of the2.4 million jobs the company claimed credit for. The estimation was based on positions at the Apple Store, its corporate campus, developers, and suppliers.

Cook talked about how, while the assembly of most of its products happens overseas, the sourcing of materials and manufacturing is thriving domestically.


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