Although Facebook remains incredibly popular with users the collapse of the stock since the firm’s public offering has created at times a roller coaster of emotional highs and lows for daily Internet users due to uncertainties about what this all means. And so some upbeat news from Apple CEO Tim Cook has been well appreciated by most everyone online. Hayley Tsukayama has reported for The Washington Post business news “Apple’s Tim Cook promises ‘incredible’ products, offers no details.”
While appearing on the stage at the 10th All Things Digital conference, when he was asked about upcoming products Cook said he has “never been as amazed by all ‘the things I cannot talk about today.’” However, Cook promised that there were some incredible products on the way. But, he didn’t elaborate on what those products might be. Cook also said Apple will continue to move on and innovate and made the witty comment “I love museums, but I don’t want to live in one.”
Not surprisingly Steve Job’s name came up during this conference. When speaking about the legacy of Steve Jobs, Apple’s late co-founder gave Cook a clear edict, which the chief executive relayed to the audience: “He looked at me with those intense eyes that only he had, and said, ‘Just do what’s right.’” Part of Cook’s vision of doing what’s right and what Jobs would have been pleased with includes “doubling down” on secrecy. Nevertheless, it looks like exciting things are as usual in the works from Apple.
Mandel News Service