Tim Cook recently made a visit to Apple’s factory in the USA where they are producing few Mac models. During inspection, Tim Cook tweeted the above photo showing a worker doing his job at the factory. You can see from the iMac behind that it is running Windows. So ironically, Apple Mac production line uses Windows in their factories. ...

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In an unexpected move, former Windows chief Steven Sinofsky has brokered a deal with Apple for him and some of his former lieutenants to join Apple. George Grant, Jon DeVaan, Antoine Leblond, and Tami Reller will join Sinofsky in the move to Cupertino.  Sinofsky will be working on the next version of Mac OS. Tim Cook commented briefly the acquisition of the high profile talent: “I met Steven at a Yoga class in Palo Alto and we have become great friends ever since.  It turns out we have a lot in common besides yoga.  We had bosses named Steve; we both love secrecy, great taste in sweaters, and support common causes like gay marriage.  I thought Steven would be a great asset for Apple. Given his experience on Office, I initially asked him to come head the iWork team.  But as our talks progressed, Steven said he had some “super ...

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Other than consumers and investors, even Apple CEO seems to be excited about Office for iPad launch. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple today posted a welcome message to the Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella for the launch of Office for iPad. Microsoft CEO Satya in turn thanked Tim Cook for his message and tweeted that he is excited to bring the magic of Office to iPad customers. It’s good to see two CEOs of leading technology company having a nice little conversation on public forum. You can check out the tweets here and here. Relates posts, Microsoft Announces Office For iPad, Available For Download In Few Hours Microsoft Office Suite Apps Word, Excel And PowerPoint Now Available As Free Download From Apple AppStore Microsoft Releases Office Mobile Apps For Free For iPhone And Android Devices   ...

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