Tim Cook Talks about Apple Watch, Steve Jobs, Apple Park, More on The David Rubenstein Show

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Tim Cook Talks about Apple Watch, Steve Jobs, Apple Park, More on The David Rubenstein Show

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook sat down for an interview with billionaire David Rubenstein at his alma mater Duke University. In the interview published by Bloomberg Television, Cook talks about Apple’s earnings, people’s fixation with the number of iPhone units Apple sells in a 90-day period, the Apple Watch, his relationship with Steve Jobs, and more.

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