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Apple CEO Tim Cook’s full AllThingsD interview video now available

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s full AllThingsD interview video now available

Apple CEO Tim Cook's full interview on the D: All Things Digital stage has been posted, with the 80-minute long video showing the chief exec weighing in on wearables, taxes, and more. Cook's appearance - and grilling at the hands of Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher - saw the Apple CEO relatively tight-lipped on the sort of breaking news his interviewers were digging for, though he did drop hints about a new iOS version at WWDC 2013 next month.

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Tim Cook suggests iPhone variations could be in Apple’s future

Tim Cook suggests iPhone variations could be in Apple’s future

Many critics have stated that Apple needs to branch out from its current device line up and toss variations of the iPhone into the mix, offering larger screens, different price points, and hardware variations. The logic behind such ideas is that more competitors than ever are emerging, and some consumers prefer larger screens and different hardware than the iPhone offers, driving them to different products. When asked about this at the D11 conference this evening, Apple's Tim Cook addressed the issue, but not before suggesting such devices could be in Apple's future.

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Apple’s Cook: “I’ve never felt like we’ve needed a social network”

Apple’s Cook: “I’ve never felt like we’ve needed a social network”

This week in a chat with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher at the conference known as D11, Tim Cook took the stage with chat about what Apple needs - and what it does't need - to push forward in our modern mobile market. Suggesting that Apple may be "missing" social networking as it acquires companies (at a pace of 6 or 7 companies a year, according to Cook), Swisher found Cook mentioning iMessage and Apple's Game Center as "some things that are social" that Apple does.

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Tim Cook says Jony Ive influence on iOS was “magic”

Tim Cook says Jony Ive influence on iOS was “magic”

Speaking this week on how the next generation of devices running iOS will be working under the influence of Jony Ive, Tim Cook made it clear that the "magic" was "at the intersection" of hardware, software, and services. This response was in response to a line of questioning from Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher at the D11 conference this week, this in addition to chat about competition from Samsung and the influence of wearables on our near future. Mossberg asked if this, this being the next iOS, "is what Jony Ive has been working on?"

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Tim Cook suggests Google Glass “broad appeal is hard to see”

Tim Cook suggests Google Glass “broad appeal is hard to see”

This week in an interview with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher at the D11 conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook had a bit to say about Google's wearable product: Glass. Having been asked what his take was on wearables by Swisher, Cook responded: "I think wearables [are] incredibly interesting. It could be a profound area." His reply on Google Glass specifically wasn't quite so optimistic.

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Tim Cook responds to competition talk at D11: “Usage is off the charts”

Tim Cook responds to competition talk at D11: “Usage is off the charts”

Today Tim Cook responded to an array of questions from Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, responding first to a question of Apple's current state of business. Noting that in the year between here and last year's interview, Samsung appeared to have "grown stronger", working with an Android app store with "a number that's higher" than Apples - Mossberg even added that Apple's stock was down "significantly." Cook was having none of it, responding to Mossberg's "is Apple in trouble" with a clear "absolutely not."

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Does Tim Cook Need to Do A Better Job of Publicly Asserting Himself?

Does Tim Cook Need to Do A Better Job of Publicly Asserting Himself?

Apple CEO Tim Cook is an interesting person. He marched his way to the top of Apple’s corporate ladder through hard work and an uncommon intelligence that Steve Jobs, one of the most highly respected chief executives in history, respected. Tim Cook was able to earn the job that countless people around the globe would love to have. And he did it with grace and respect for his predecessor.

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Why Steve Jobs’ Cup of Coffee Would Go for Much More Than Tim Cook’s

Why Steve Jobs’ Cup of Coffee Would Go for Much More Than Tim Cook’s

If you’re thirsty, you can grab a cup of Joe with Apple CEO Tim Cook and talk to him about, well, just about anything.

Right now, Cook is auctioning off the amount of time it takes to sip a cup of coffee to one lucky (and rich) fan. As of this writing, the bid stands at $190,000, even though its estimated value is $50,000. And since there are nearly three weeks left to bid, it shouldn’t surprise anyone if that figure runs much, much higher.

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