Full video: Apple CEO Tim Cook’s interview with Charlie Rose – Part 1

Apple CEO Tim Cook talks about Apple’s iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Watch, the Beats acquisition, Jimmy Iovine, Dr. Dre, Apple TV, Google, Steve Jobs, iCloud security and much more in part one.

Part two airs on The Charlie Rose Show on PBS this Monday. Check local listings for time.

Direct link to video here.


    1. I liked how Cook noticed that “biographers” fail to describe Jobs as a person.

      It is always sensationalistic “evil genius” cardboard caricature, including in the sad failure by Isaacson.

    2. I actually enjoyed watching that interview more than the Keynote. Tim seemed extremely relaxed, as if there was no camera.

      I like how it was raw, unscripted and honest.

      Tim is a pro and it shows.

  1. My comment was pulled earlier.

    I praised Tim Cook and state of Apple NOW interview.

    I asked for Apple to consider choice of visual skins to customize iOS that is now flat and unappealing.

    I don’t understand why this is not achievable with all of Apple resources and the most criticized GUI in company history.

    Choice, Apple. Think different.

    1. The new OS will stop your whinging about customizing your Mac like a DIY Linix supercomputer.

      When you’re in your 20’s you won’t have a need for childish customizing any more, but What Ever!

  2. Normally you can view Charlie Rose’s videos on charlierose.com but today it’s showing a 404 message. They must have experienced a lot more traffic than they can accommodate. I’ve liked Tim Cook since he took over. People forget what a key role he played in Apple’s success when Jobs ran the ship. Cook was a key player in making sure apple’s manufacturing ran smoothly by managing the parts and the just-in-time manufacturing. He made long-term deals for things like the flash memory components used in the iPod, iPhone, and iPad. Sounds boring, but without getting that right, Apple wouldn’t be where it is today.

  3. I thought the interview was great.

    I was surprised when asked about who is your competition Tim hesitated and said Google. When pressed neither Tim nor Rose said Microsoft. Even with the new Apple/IBM Enterprise partnership. Interesting.

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