Today is Apple Day in both the tech world and the mainstream press as we celebrate the Macintosh's 30th birthday. To mark the occasion, ABC's "Good Morning America" sat down with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who was more interested in discussing the future than rehashing the past.
In the above clip, Cook cops to his workaholic tendencies (he claims he rises at 3:45 a.m. and reads several hundred customer emails a day), eliciting chuckles from Senior VP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi and VP of Software Technology Bud Tribble. He also admits to a culture of secrecy at Apple regarding products in development, saying that "we believe that fundmentally, people love surprises." More interestingly, on the topic of manufacturing Apple computers domestically, Cook says, "We think we can do more."
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