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It was most amusing to see her try and contribute to the discussion, say something silly, then get 'intellectually dismissed' by Jobs.
Body language. It can be most entertaining.
A new rez for the next iPhone seems unlikely given this comment.
Loving Tim's responses. They guy is definitely right for the job, he knows what's what and gets the big picture.
And I can't believe these 'veteran' tech pundits are wasting everyone's time by asking idiotic questions that Tim is obviously not going to answer. This is Tim Cook, you won't get access to him for very long time. Make your damn questions count, and stop asking about future products. I could probably ask Cook 5 hours of questions that have absolutely nothing to do with potential future Apple products, but on the industry and tech as a whole. He's an insightful person and there's a ton of areas and depth you could cover.
DUUURR ARE YOU MAKING A TV? DUUR ARE YOU WORKIN ON X OR Y? Give me a fucking break. You'd think they were born yesterday.
They'll absolutely invite him back. He's the CEO of Apple. They'd be insane not to.
I dunno, Google person got pwned. That should be amusing to watch when it finally hits the net.
Not that anybody expected for Tim Cook to tip his hand about future products.
We've learned that Tim Cook is savy in front of the press and not likely to get tripped up .............................Just like Steve Jobs
He's only going to tell us what he wants us to know when he wants us to know.
lol... can't wait to watch this whole interview in video form.
Google: why is Apple in advertising with iAd
Tim: Advertising not one of the four legs of the stool. Don't see it as Google does obviously
Google: how does iAd work with focus?
Tim: so you want me to get out of the ad business? (laughs) I hope the chairman of the FTC isn't in the room
Walt: chairman of the FTC literally is in the room
Not really. They have more than one resolution already too. They still sell the 3GS. I understand what he was getting at, but his statement was not correct. If they do the screen size in a manner similar to the resolution, it will not have much impact on developers.
In an ideal world, Steve Jobs would still be running Apple. Failing that, we want the next best thing. Tim Cook is the next best thing.
He clearly understood Steve Job's genius: his vision, passion, creativity and other idiosyncrasies. But Tim Cook is his own man. Clearly, he's immensely bright and immensely capable, but we shouldn't mistake his engaging and almost self-deprecating demeanour for a lack of equal energy, creativity and vision for Apple. I think Tim Cook will take Apple in a new direction, but one that Steve would inherently approve of.
In essence, what these D10 interviews reveal about TC makes me excited and optimistic about Apple. Be afraid Samsung, very afraid.