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Tim Cook Feb 22
It’s not too late to get moving for ! Thanks to everyone who joined our Health & Fitness Walk in Brooklyn yesterday.
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Tim Cook Feb 18
“The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy present. The occasion is piled high with difficulty, and we must rise with the occasion. As our case is new, so we must think anew and act anew.”-Abraham Lincoln 1862—but timeless
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Tim Cook Feb 18
“I’m finally doing something I chose.” With the help of , coders in Oakland and beyond are working toward the careers of their dreams. Proud to support their efforts!
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Tim Cook Feb 18
Reflecting on Teddy Roosevelt’s words this . “Much has been given us, and much will rightfully be expected from us. We have duties to others and duties to ourselves; and we can shirk neither.”
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Tim Cook Feb 15
“The world is a young filmmaker’s oyster.” your work inspires us, and we're proud that Apple products help you tell these powerful stories
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Tim Cook Feb 14
Paired or unpaired, we hope everyone has a wonderful Valentine’s Day! 💕
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Tim Cook Feb 13
Thank you to Bryan Stevenson for visiting Apple Park today and for sharing your vision of a truly equal and just future. ⁠ ⁠
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Tim Cook Feb 12
Thank you to everyone who kicked off with our new Health & Fitness Walk last night in San Francisco! Special thanks to and fitness trainer Jeanette Jenkins (IG: msjeanettejenkins) for the important conversation about heart health.
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Tim Cook Feb 11
It’s an honor to contribute to improving healthcare for America’s heroes. 🇺🇸
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Tim Cook Feb 11
Dreamers are our co-workers, friends and neighbors. They contribute to our economy and communities. Their dreams are our dreams. We’re calling on the new Congress to uphold American values and permanently protect the Dreamers.
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Tim Cook Feb 7
This challenge takes ❤️! Close your Exercise Ring seven days in a row starting Feb. 8 to earn the Apple Watch award!
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Tim Cook Feb 6
There is no place like New York. ❤️🗽Love this remarkable video of NYC’s unstoppable energy. The brilliant shows us some of the best of what iPhone XR can do.
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Tim Cook Feb 5
A bittersweet set of announcements today. Angela, we thank you for all you’ve done to inspire and energize our teams. Deirdre, we can think of no one better to lead our stores and all of Apple’s people in their mission to change lives for the better.
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Tim Cook Feb 4
Wishing a happy, healthy and prosperous to everyone celebrating around the world! 🧧🍊🏮
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Tim Cook Feb 3
“Knowing keeps us free.” Proud to stand with and journalists everywhere in support of press freedom.
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Tim Cook Jan 31
Saddened to hear of Pierre Nanterme’s passing. He will be remembered for his contributions to business as well as his work toward equality in the workplace. Our deepest condolences go out to his friends, family and everyone at Accenture.
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Tim Cook Jan 31
His talent brought America to its feet, and his courage pushed our nation forward. On ’s 100th birthday, we celebrate his spirit and legacy — a reminder that we are all equals, on and off the field.
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Tim Cook Jan 30
Starting and running a business is hard work. We’re thrilled to host these ambitious women, all talented app developers, as they grow their skills in everything from AR to marketing. They’re an inspiration to entrepreneurs everywhere!
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Tim Cook Jan 28
We must keep fighting for the kind of world we want to live in. On this let us all insist on action and reform for vital privacy protections. The dangers are real and the consequences are too important.
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Tim Cook Jan 27
We are all brothers and sisters. A powerful antidote to hate rests in honoring those millions who lost their lives by ensuring history never repeats itself. “What is done cannot be undone, but one can prevent it happening again.” —Anne Frank
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