Here’s The Complete Tim Cook Interview From Businessweek



Over the past week Tim Cook, Jony Ive, and Craig Federighi have all been interviewed. The main focus of most of the interviews has been iOS 7 and the new iPhones.


On Thursday morning, Sam Grobart of Bloomberg’s Businessweek got a chance to interview Tim Cook, CEO of Apple. During the interview they discussed iOS 7 and the big change that it has brought to iOS devices.

Here are Tim Cook’s thoughts on the changes made in iOS 7:

Some people see innovation as change, but we have never really seen it like that. It’s making things better. iOS 7 is a great example of that. It’s significantly better than 6 or any of those that came before it, and obviously significantly better than the other OS out there.

They also talked about Android and its affect on Apple, the new iPhones, and much more.

The full interview can be found here and will make for good Sunday reading.

On iPhone launch day we found out Tim Cook joined Twitter. Follow him @tim_cook.


  • fsfsf

    Hmmm.. Coook is a smart guy, and seems to really understand the values that people associate with Apple. However, the more I hear him talk, the more I think he has his head in the sand. I mean that in a nice way, but he’s focusing on the wrong stuff IMO. This interview shows he puts too much thought into how Apple differs from Android, and markets. Screw the phone market. Seriously. Apple should continue to sell top-quality phones with great new features and designs as they are doing. As long as they do that, they will continue to sell many great phones and keep their fans happy.

    What Apple should really be focusing on though is R&D in new products. That’s what made them successful this last decade. It was iPods, iPhones and iPads. All brand new awesome products. Products, not markets. Need new products that are awesome. THAT is what people want from Apple; the markets will form around great products. Phones have reached their peak, keep up the upgrades, but please change focus. I want my iWatch, iTV and other iProducts to be amazing, and I want them ASAP.

  • fsfsf

    Also Jobs talked a lot more about Technology. I never see Cook do that. We want to know the CEO actually knows what he’s putting out there in detail. Jobs pretended to know tech very well (sometimes he even did know what he talked about).