Tim Cook talks iPhone and Apple Watch in WSJ video interview


Photo: WSJD
Photo: WSJD

Tim Cook recently gave a rare public interview at the Wall Street Journal’s WSJD Live global technology conference. Discussing everything from the iPhone’s status as Apple’s cash cow and the battle over Apple Pay, to the reason the iPod classic was discontinued, it was another winning performance from Apple’s CEO.

While Cult of Mac ran down the main takeaways from the conference at the time, the Wall Street Journal has now uploaded the video of Cook’s lengthy interview, so readers can see for themselves.

Check it out after the jump:

At slightly over half an hour, it’s a lengthy video, but well worth a watch, even if you’ve already read the highlights.

It’s also further evidence of how great Cook has gotten as an interview subject. Compared to some of the tight-lipped, almost nervy, interviews he gave shortly after taking over as CEO, it’s amazing to see both how unflappable he is today, and how reenergised he seems now that some of the components of Apple’s next-gen product pipeline have been revealed.

The WSJ says that it plans to release more full-length videos from the conference over the coming days.

Source: Wall Street Journal