It’s not often that Tim Cook speaks at a non-Apple event, but for the second year in a row, Tim is heading to New York City to speak at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet conference.
Last year, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook presented at the Goldman Sachs tech conference where he spoke about working conditions in China, why Apple TV is just a hobby, the popularity of the iPad, and much more.
The tech conference starts tomorrow, February 12th and Tim will take the stage at 7:15 AM PST/10:15 AM EST. Tim has actually presented at the conference several times in the past years, but only once as CEO.
Now that Tim has got a full year as Apple’s CEO under his belt, this year’s talk could be more interesting than ever. Apple’s stock has been struggling on Wall Street over the last few months, despite a record breaking quarter. There have also been rumors that Apple’s working on an iWatch, a TV set, and a cheaper iPhone.
Although we doubt Tim will address those rumors directly, we should see him drop some juicy nuggets about Apple at the conference. A live webcast of his presentation will be provided, but if you don’t have time to follow Cult of Mac we’ll be on hand to break down everything Tim Cook said for you.