Tim Cook Tweets Photo of Visit in Mac Pro Factory

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Apple CEO Tim Cook is spending quality time in Austin: after visiting the company’s new campus, he went to Apple’s nearby Mac Pro assembly plant and tweeted an image of his trip there.

You may recall that Tim Cook emphasized how much it means to Apple to bring back manufacturing to the US. And it seems like it can better control leaks as well – have you seen any Mac Pro leaks?

Apple’s partner in manufacturing the Mac Pro is Flextronics, a company which hired up to 1,700 workers at their Austin, Texas, facility last fall to build the next-generation desktop computer. It is worth noting that Flextronics spent tens of millions of dollars renovating its Austin factory.

Producing the Mac Pro was a huge step for Apple, and Tim Cook was eager to mention that in his tweets.

In today’s tweet, we can see Tim Cook observing how the Mac Pro comes together. What captured the attention of the guys from BusinessInsider is that the iMacs in the Austin factory are apparently running Windows. But don’t be shocked; this isn’t the first time we have seen Apple computers running Windows. Foxconn uses Windows, too, as the applications they use are apparently Windows-only.

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  • Tim

    If I were an employee there I’d ask Tim if he thinks it’s fair that he makes more in a month than those assembly workers will make in a life time. Don’t get me wrong I expect the boss to make more, but there’s gotta be a limit.

  • Tom

    Go back to Russia, you communist!

  • Lol