Apple's CEO Tweets about his Visit to Singapore Today
Yesterday Patently Apple posted a report titled "In new Interview Apple's CEO Talks Job Creation, being Thrilled that Everyone Can Code is coming to Japan & more." The next stop on Cook's Asian market tour took him to Singapore today.
More specifically, Apple CEO Tim Cook started his Wednesday with a Singaporean breakfast in the quaint and charming neighborhood of Tiong Bahru — one of the oldest housing estates in Singapore known for its 1930s streamline moderne architecture.
Cook has Breakfast in Singapore
Hello Singapore! Thanks to iPhone photographers Darren Soh (IG: darrensohphoto) and Aik Beng Chia (IG: aikbengchia) for sharing their love of Tiong Bahru’s rich heritage—and amazing food! 🇸🇬 pic.twitter.com/XVibmLad8w— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) December 11, 2019
Darren Soh's personal Facebook page added another photo of him with Apple's Tim Cook. Soh has been a Mac fan for over 20 years and an iPhone fan since the 3GS.
Cook Visits with Singapore Apple Arcade Developers
Three of our amazing @AppleArcade launch titles were created right here in Singapore’s PIXEL space. Great to meet the teams at @TheGentlebros, @battlebrewpro and Tendays Studio. Your creativity and passion have captivated so many gaming fans around the world! 🎮📱📺 pic.twitter.com/yK55zXmqgd— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) December 11, 2019
Cook Visits Students in Singapore's Swift Accelerator Program
I am so impressed with the high school students in Singapore’s Swift Accelerator Program. They’ve been busy learning to code with @Tinkercademy teachers, and already have everything from AR to productivity apps live on the @AppStore! Nice work! #EveryoneCanCode pic.twitter.com/41LDv9eh1f— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) December 11, 2019
Cook at a Today At Apple Session at Singapore's Apple Orchard Road
If we can visualize a greener future, we can make it real. Wonderful to take part in @MeshMinds’ #TodayAtApple session at Apple Orchard Road to see how children are harnessing the power of ARKit to keep our oceans clean. 🌏 pic.twitter.com/wD5kc0RiK8— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) December 11, 2019
Yesterday Cook posted a great photo with the Apple Ginza store sales team.
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