Tim Cook walked unnoticed through Grand Central Station during interview that will air this Thursday, Dec 6th

If you were walking through a famous place, say, Grand Central Station in NYC, and saw Tim Cook, would you recognize him? If you said yes, you obviously weren’t there when he and Brain William from NBC were walking through during an interview. Above is a teaser video for the interview, which will air this Thursday, December 6th, where Williams states, “Unlike the man he replaced, Steve Jobs, Tim Cook was able to walk all but unrecognized across the central floor of Grand Central Station.” That is crazy to me. I’m sure there is some unspoken rule that if you see someone famous, you don’t bother them, but the CEO of the world’s most valuable company? I’d be going a little crazy. Watch the video above for a quick look at what the interview will hold.

What do you think? Would you have recognized him? Do you think people were just being respectful and not interrupting? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.


Via: AllThingsD

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  • AlfonsoTorres

    I’ll probably ask him to autograph my iPhone XD

  • lean6rtj2

    He’s a pretty plain vanilla-type character. He doesn’t have very many distinguishing features, and non-tech folk haven’t seen him players on billboards and magazines to the extent that Jobs had been

  • lean6rtj2

    C’mon Swype…I said “plastered”!

  • RaduTanasescu

    I really hope he says something during this interview. So far he said a lot of cautious nothing in all the others. But I wouldn’t be so fast to judge him. He does seam to be the man with the plan, and so far it’s working well.
    Tim Cook hasn’t had time to be famous. And he doesn’t have the charisma eider. But he does seam incredibly calculated and sometimes that can be enough.

  • Who is he?

  • although CEO of Apple, Tim Cook facially is popular like Steve Jobs.

  • Vic

    Can’t see the video