Tim Cook: “Apparently the iPhone was invented in 1670”


This morning I attended an interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook at Startup Fest Europe in Amsterdam. Tim Cook said lots of things, which we all already knew, but he also started off with an interesting anecdote, which is cute enough to share with you. Tim was being accompanied by the former European Commissioner for Digital Agenda Neelie Kroes to the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam the evening before. As Neelie Kroes told the story: “At one point Tim rushes over and tells me ‘Come take a look, I found a painting with an iPhone on it!’ So he takes my arm and shows me a Rembrandt with…

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Tim Cook: “Apparently the iPhone was invented in 1670”
Tim Cook: “Apparently the iPhone was invented in 1670”



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