According to Tim Cook, Apple cares about people, not the benefits -


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Friday, 23 February 2018

According to Tim Cook, Apple cares about people, not the benefits

Tim Cook is also the CEO of Apple one of the most representative figures in the world of technology, and that arouses great interest every time he grants an interview. The latest has been to Fast Company, which a few days ago named the company based in Cupertino as the most innovative company of this year, thanks in part to the revolutionary iPhone X.

One of the most interesting parts of the interview, is one in which he referred to the recent financial results published by Apple , and that represent a new milestone in its history. Cook referred unimportantly to the benefits in the form of money, since he and the entire company care about people over benefits .

"Our north is to make the best products in the world" is another of the phrases that Cook said and that has penetrated deep. And it is that everyone was clear that Apple devices were manufactured by and for people, but few thought they mattered more than any monetary benefit, although yes, facing the gallery is really saying this, but if a company he does not get an income, he can hardly make devices and other things for people.

In addition Tim Cook revealed in the interview that he listens to all the criticisms of the clients, which he cataloged as "jewels" and of anyone who wants to give his opinion, confirming also something that we already feared and that has to do with personally reviewing the majority of critics that make it arrive on the products or services that they commercialize.

As was the case with Steve Jobs , Tim Cook's interviews are becoming more interesting and often reveal important and interesting information.

Do you think that for a company like Apple your customers may be more interesting than your benefits? . Give us your opinion in the space reserved for the comments of this post or through any of the social networks in which we are present.

Via | macrumors 

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