Cook and other top Apple executives skim over some topics on 60 Minutes segment

Last night 60 Minutes interviewed a number of top Apple executives, including CEO Tim Cook, about the company and its products. The segment covered a lot of ground, from encryption to claims of tax evasion to the Chinese manufacturer Foxconn to speculation of an Apple-branded car.

However, as Quartz noted, there were a wide range of Apple issues and topics that 60 Minutes did not cover. For example, 60 Minutes did not dive into how Cook's legacy might differ from Apple founder Steve Jobs' legacy. And the segment only briefly addressed the Apple Watch and whether it is meeting Apple expectations. Article

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