Will Tim Cook leave Apple company?


Apple head, Tim Cook said he was preparing some people to leave the lead in the company.

He made these comments during an interview with Apple's largest store in Chicago. "My role as administrator I see to prepare some people to become an administrator, and I am doing this. Then it's the board that makes the decision when the time comes, "Cook told BuzzFeed News.

For the interview, Cook has been supported by Angela Ahrendts, who heads Apple's distribution network, and was previously noted as a future administrator.

Cook was named Apple's top administrator in 2011 when Steve Jobs retired because of his illness, transmitting tch. Jobs passed away three months later, shortly after releasing the iPhone 4S.

Tim Cook is only 56 and is unlikely to retire early, but rumors say he is quite interested in a career in politics.

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