In a rare public interview with NBC, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke with Brian Williams about the future of Apple. Since founder Steve Jobs' passing in October of last year, Cook has overseen the release of three new iMac models, two iPads, two iPhones, and the iPad mini. He also recently came under fire for the controversy surrounding Apple Maps, for which he admitted to Williams, "We screwed up."
“I loved Steve dearly, and miss him dearly,” Cook said. “And one of the things he did for me, that removed a gigantic burden that would have normally existed, is he told me, on a couple of occasions before he passed away, to never question what he would have done. Never ask the question, ‘What Steve would do,’ to just do what’s right.”
[via Rock Center]