Tim Cook rules out an Apple mobile carrier


In an interview with retired European Commissioner for Digital Agenda Neelie Kroes, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke about the future of the world’s most valuable company at Startup Fest Europe in Amsterdam today. Addressing a question about the possibility of the iPhone maker cutting out mobile carriers and launching its own telecom service, Cook responded: Our expertise doesn’t extend to the network. We’ve worked with AT&T in the US, O2 in the UK, as well as T-Mobile and Orange, and we expanded as we learned more. But generally, the things Apple likes to do, are things we can do globally. We…

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