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Apple CEO Tim Cook and other top Apple executives made presentations during the event.
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MacDailyNews Take: We didn’t envy Tim Cook’s job today. Having to step into shoes that are impossible to fill is a lose-lose proposition. Cook did about as well as could be expected given what he had available to present today. While we could have done without the WWDC recap, it probably was a good idea to do a rehash for the less Apple-centric media. It’s too bad that Cook didn’t have an iPhone 5 or some other knock-yer-socks-off item* for his first go ’round, but c’est la vie; we all have to play the cards we’re dealt.
Keeping him on campus and in a small venue was a good idea for Cook’s first time headlining an Apple product announcement. All things considered, good work today, Tim, Scott, Eddy, Phil, et al. We miss you, Steve!
*For the general public; iPhone 4S had us barefooted at “A5.”