Apple CEO Tim Cook explained in an interview with journalist Kara Swisher of the New York Times that he plans for the future and when he can turn over the task.
Apple CEO Tim Cook gave an interview to American journalist Kara Swisher and made statements about his plans to lead the company. Saying he could leave office as CEO in the next 10 years, Cook noted that it was a long time and refused to specify the exact date of his departure.
“Ten more years? Probably not. But now I can say that I am feeling fine and that I cannot give an exact date yet. But 10 years is a long time, and my future leadership probably won’t take more than 10 years. ” said.
Apple is looking for Cook’s successor
Swisher also asked what he would have done if he hadn’t worked at Apple. In response, he said he loved the company very much and could not imagine life without Apple. Tim Cook has been with Apple since 1997. He took over the company in 2011, following the death of founder Steve Jobs. When Cook celebrated his 60th birthday in 2020, many people started discussing how long he would continue to serve.
Bloomberg also reported that Apple is now focusing on succession planning. Possibly, potential candidates considered for the Apple CEO position are hardware head Jeff Williams and chief operating officer John Ternus.