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Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Apple will change the world, but will not be for the iPhone X

Apple has entered the "Change the World" list of Fortune. The apple bite company ranks 3rd in a list that rewards and recognizes all those companies that are having a positive impact on the world.

Tim Cook has talked about the subject to explain how he believes Apple is changing the world for the better , and has shared his thoughts on bite apple products, insisting that it is not "products for the rich."

Since Tim Cook took over the reins of the company, he transformed the terms in how consumers see Apple, projecting an image of a company concerned about the environment and society at large. Additionally, the company was recently named one of the most innovative companies in the world.
Apple is the third technology company that changes the world the best

Apple has always tried to encourage its users to participate in all kinds of initiatives in favor of the environment and even in the fight against AIDS. As well as improving the quality of life of many of its users thanks to its services of HealthKit, HomeKit and the accessibility features of their mobile devices.

    "Apple's priorities include renewable energy (on its own premises), education (focusing on teaching coding in schools) and health (including the $ 130 million collected for the fight against AIDS)."

Tim Cook sees Apple products as the ideal way to change the world and people's lives. He believes that the company makes products that become tools and allow users to do wonderful things that they otherwise could not do.

    "We will always try to change the world for the better. That's the motivation behind the creation of Apple in the 70's. And it's still our motivation today. "

The Fortune interview to Tim Cook covers many other interesting things, among which we highlight how Tim Cook talks about foundations, education, health and efforts to maintain the privacy of its users.

Via | 9to5mac 

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