Tim cook This afternoon, he gave an interview to Guillaume Lacroix, CEO of Brut, on the occasion of the start of the VivaTech event today in Paris. In it, he went over several of the plans and challenges that Apple currently has on the table, giving curious details.
The executive focused on what Apple reiterated in a video aimed at European consumers: defending user privacy. Cook made it clear that they fully support laws like GDPR, and that they would even support even stricter privacy laws
“Android has 467 times more malware than iOS”
You can see the full interview in the following video:
On the environment, he gave interesting data on the goal of stopping extracting raw material from the earth: for the moment 40% of the aluminum in all Macs is recycled, as well as 98% of all rare metals contained in the iPhone.
Other data points directly to its rivals: According to Cook, Android “contains 467 times more malware than iOS“. Apple CEO has defended the security of the App Store when his model is challenged by Epic in court. At the same time, Cook took the opportunity to criticize the new regulations proposed in the European Union for big technology for “not be favorable to the interests of users
After half an hour of interview, Guillaume wanted to try his luck by wondering about future Apple products. Asked if he could share something about an ‘Apple Car’
One final detail: Cook has defended Generation Z by saying he doesn’t consider them far from “the lost generation”, arguing that they are capable of more than you think. And yet repeat that we should lose the fear of failure because it is “Part of life“.