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Tim Cook Live on Stage at D11: All Things Digital Tonight

d11_iconAs announced late last month, Apple CEO Tim Cook will sit down today for an opening session interview at the D11: All Things Digital conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. The session will kick off at 6:00 PM Pacific Time / 9:00 PM Eastern Time tonight, and MacRumors will be covering his interview as it happens.

Cook participated in the event for the first time last year with a 100-minute interview with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. Cook's predecessor, Steve Jobs, also participated in the D conferences on a number of occasions.

Cook is not expected to make any major announcements during his interview, but he is likely to provide some insight into Apple's business and the markets in which the company participates. Tidbits from his appearance last year included discussion of how Apple was going to "double down" on product secrecy in order to fight leaks, a brief mention of Apple's interest in TV, and hints at the Facebook integration that arrived in iOS 6 and improvements to Siri.

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20 months ago
Finally something.

Apple is becoming boring to follow (with no product launches), WWDC can't be here soon enough.
Rating: 15 Votes
20 months ago
Double down is the only thing I remember he said last year.
Rating: 11 Votes
20 months ago
I'm so excited I can't hold back my yawns.

Tim is probably a great CEO, but he has the most annoying voice and is so professional that he's difficult to listen to.
Rating: 10 Votes
20 months ago
We won't get anything interesting out of this interview. :( 12 more days! :)
Rating: 9 Votes
20 months ago
Ok so we all know what he's going to say:
1. Hi
2. Quadrippling down on security
3. Competitors blah blah
4. Innovation blah blah
5. People love Apple
6. Great products coming soon
7. Quality over quantity
8. More great products coming soon after the first set of first products
9. lawsuits blah blah
10. Good night
Rating: 9 Votes
20 months ago
Does anybody know if there will be a live feed for this?
Rating: 8 Votes
20 months ago
They should have scheduled this interview until after WWDC.
He won't be able to talk about anything if he is "Doubling Down on Secrecy".
Rating: 6 Votes
20 months ago

he won't mention anything new apart from the same old "exciting new products coming soon"..

the jobs & gates one was probably the best.





They should invite the Samsung Chairman, Lee Kun-hee and Google's Eric Schmidt for a really exciting show. :)
Rating: 5 Votes
20 months ago
possible questions

Whats in the pipeline ? , Why was Scott Forstall fired ?, What happened with AAPL ?, Would Steve Jobs have released Maps ?, Innovation, does Apple still have it ?...
Rating: 5 Votes
20 months ago



I work at a company that doesn't allow Safari…


You shouldn't be watching video streams when you work anyway. :cool:
Rating: 4 Votes

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