Apple CEO Tim Cook Visits Munich, Germany to Meet with Developers and Design Teams

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Apple CEO Tim Cook travelled to Germany to meet with fellow Apple employees, iOS developers and visit the Apple Stores In the country. In addition, the CEO celebrated Oktoberfest at a beer festival in Munich, Germany.

Tim Cook met with the developers of the Djay app, which is the company Algoriddim. He met with a former Apple intern and developer named Karim Morsy, which he showed him the demonstration of the Djay app, which makes DJ mixing accessible to everyone. He also met with the Apple design team in the country, which is named the Bavarian Design Center. The team is working on silicon chips to improve battery life in iOS devices.

Cook also had an interview with a German media company named Bild, to discuss international releases of the Apple Card. He noted that the iPhone 11 sales are off to an awesome start and the company is trying to release the Apple Card to other countries as possible. Thus, it can take months for Apple to expand the Apple Card worldwide as the company has to go through approvals and discussions with international regulators.

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