Tim Cook sends email to Apple employees, 'extremely proud' of them
Shortly after Apple's financial conference call ended yesterday, Tim Cook sent an email out to Apple employees recapping the latest quarter and telling them he is "extremely proud" of the collaboration going on at Apple amongst its employees, notes 9to5Mac. From the email:
We've just posted financial results for fiscal Q4, including record-setting iPhone sales. I am happy to report that Apple's business has never been stronger, and we are heading into the holidays [with an] amazing lineup led by the new iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, the stunning iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display. You and your teams work incredibly hard to deliver the very best products in the world, and our customers simply love them. I'm extremely proud of the collaboration going on across the company and everything we've accomplished as result of this great team effort.
Please join me for an employee communications meeting tomorrow at 9 AM Pacific time. The meeting will be broadcast to locations throughout Cupertino and Apple offices across the world. AppleWeb has a complete list of sites where you'll be able to watch live or see a replay in certain time zones. We've also created a link on AppleWeb where you can submit your questions in advance, and we'll do our best to answer as many as we can during the meeting. I look forward to hearing from you.
As the email notes, Cook will host an internal meeting with Apple employees around the world today at 9AM PT. It will take place live in Cupertino and also be broadcast to employees around the world via a livestream or replay available on Apple's intranet, AppleWeb.
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