Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted this in an interview with Apple CBS Sunday morning that there are “some things” about the platform formerly known as Twitter that he doesn’t like. Cook called the platform’s apparent anti-Semitism problem “horrendous,” but said: “Twitter is an important asset; I like the concept that it is there for discourse.” He didn’t say whether he thinks Apple should advertise on X, only that the company “constantly” wonders about this.
Dickerson also pointed Cook to the Vision Pro’s release schedule and asked him about reports that the headset is facing production delays. Cook was emphatic that the Vision Pro remains on track, echoing his claims from last week’s iPhone 15 “Wonderlust” event. He added that he watched the entire third season of Ted Lasso through the upcoming device.
The interview also touched on Apple’s environmental initiatives, including product claims such as those surrounding the carbon friendliness of the new Apple Watch Series 9.