All Things D hosts a conference every year, discussing all sorts of technology. This year is the 10th annual event, and Apple’s chief will be taking part in the opening night and giving a presentation. It’s his first time at a non-Apple event since becoming Cupertino’s main man last summer. His predecessor, the late, great Steve Jobs attended the event two years ago.
“Walt Mossberg and I could not be more thrilled to announce that Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, will be the opening-night speaker at our 10th D: All Things Digitalconference.”
“So we are looking forward to hearing Cook’s perspective on where the industry and Apple is going, and perhaps to get a glimpse into what makes its new leader — who is also a longtime Apple vet — tick.”
I join the writer in being interested in exactly what Tim Cook has to say. While Steve Jobs was in charge, we all got a good glimpse of his personality, and were able to make our own judgements about him. Cook hasn’t been in the public eye as long, so I’m certainly intrigued to hear where he thinks the industry is going and what Apple’s part is in that evolution.