Cook, Ahrendts & other Apple execs tour New York City ahead of iPhone 7 rollout
On Monday Cook visited the offices of the Wall Street Journal, the paper's Miriam Gottfried said on Twitter. It's unclear whether or not he was there for an interview, but the CEO reportedly quipped "you guys should have Macintoshes" after seeing the large number of PCs at the publication.
Apple's @tim_cook is visiting the WSJ offices. He just walked by our PC-covered desks and said, "you guys should have Macintoshes."-- Miriam Gottfried (@miriamgottfried)
Earlier on Tuesday, Cook was joined by senior VP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue and Greg Joswiak -- VP of iOS, iPad, and iPhone marketing -- at a public school where the teachers are using iPads. At some point the three met up with retail head Angela Ahrendts at the new World Trade Center Apple store.
Thanks PS 161 in NYC for a great visit. Inspiring to see how teachers use iPad to make a big difference for students pic.twitter.com/j8W44SWKOR-- Tim Cook (@tim_cook)
-- Angela Ahrendts (@AngelaAhrendts)
It's unknown whether any of the executives plan to make an appearance during the iPhone 7 launch itself, but Cook has regularly dropped by stores during past introductions.
Update: Ahrendts appeared at PS 161 as well.