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Apple’s Tim Cook: Sideloading is “not in the best interests of the user”




on privacy:

"We see it as a basic human right, a fundamental human right," noting that Apple has been focused on privacy for a long time.




NSA Prism program taps into user data of Apple, Google and others. Top­secret Prism program claims direct access to servers of firms including Google, Apple and Facebook. Companies deny any knowledge of program in operation since 2007.


....he talked about Apple's path toward putting its own silicon in Macs:


We didn't know when we were working on the chip for the iPhone that it would become the heart of the iPad, and we didn't know that it would eventually become the heart of the Mac as it just did in this past year. We didn't know that, but we kept discovering, and we kept pulling the string, and we kept our minds open about where that journey would take us, and it's taken us somewhere that's incredible and that has a great future ahead of it.


The mention of a car as inspiration drew a smirk from Brut.'s interviewer, who shortly afterwards asked if Apple plans to design and begin selling a car.


"In terms of a car," Cook answered, "I've gotta keep secrets, and there always has to be something up our sleeve."

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