The second half of Tim Cook's extensive interview with Charlie Rose has been released online, which means that both parts are now viewable for those who haven't seen it. Both interviews are available on Hulu and Charlie Rose's website (via Daring Fireball). However, Hulu limits the interviews to those in the United States.

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The first half of the interview, has Cook speaking about Steve Jobs, the acquisition of Beats as well as Apple's interest in television alongside some thoughts on management from the Apple CEO. The second half of the interview, has Cook talking about privacy and how the Cupertino company does not try to collect data on its users.


The second interview, below, also features a segment with notable designer Yves Behar, who has designed numerous iPhone-connected products like the Jawbone and Vessyl Smart Cup.


Those who cannot watch the interview on Hulu can watch both parts on Charlie Rose's website.

Top Rated Comments

Dormammu Avatar
109 months ago
I thought the interview as a whole was nice to watch and listen to. I must say that I've warmed up to Tim Cook over the years. He seems like a very intellectual and deliberately insightful person when he speaks.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Boatboy24 Avatar
109 months ago
I watched this last night, and a couple things he said about the watch now have me kind of interested. I knew there would be some functionality without an iPhone, but Tim confirmed that sensors/fitness AND music would work without it. Being able to go for a run, have fitness tracking and music without a large (iphone 6 or 6+) phone strapped to my arm is exciting (Geez, I need to get out more).

I guess I need to shop for some bluetooth headphones.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
djtech42 Avatar
109 months ago
I think that Tim Cook represents the company very well. Sure, he's not Steve Jobs, but he still seems like a great CEO.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DavidTheExpert Avatar
109 months ago
I think that Tim Cook represents the company very well. Sure, he's not Steve Jobs, but he still seems like a great CEO.

I agree. You can see that he feels the intense pressure to fill Steve's shoes in the eyes of both the customers and the investors, but it seems like over time he's becoming more and more comfortable in his role of "the guy who replaced Steve Jobs" and it's showing. He seems more relaxed now when he's in the spotlight, and more willing to let his own personality and intellect shine through.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
SusanK Avatar
109 months ago
Second part was not very interesting. Cook's delivery has improved significantly. Content, meh
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
japanime Avatar
109 months ago
The Charlie Rose site also blocks viewers outside the United States. In fact, the video on the site is simply an embed of the Hulu-hosted interview.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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