Tim Cook sat down with All Things Digital's Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher to kick off this year's D10 conference. The CEO covered a number of different topics, including what he sees as his role in a post-Jobs Apple, the company's future plans for Siri, its use of US manufacturing, and a whole lot more. We've collected all of the information for you right here, and don't forget to check out the liveblog itself to read the blow-by-blow.
Watch this: full video of Apple CEO Tim Cook at D10 now available
If you're looking to kill some time between now and the WWDC 2012 keynote (which we'll be liveblogging right here), All Things D has just released the full video of Apple CEO Tim Cook's interview with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher at the D10 conference.
Watch this: Apple CEO Tim Cook at D10 video clips now online
Apple CEO Tim Cook's conversation at the D10 conference tonight ranged from Apple's philosophy on secrecy to whether gaming was in the company's future, with plenty more in between
Tim Cook: 'I'm not interested in being in the console business'
During a Q&A session at the D10 conference, Cook responded to a question asked by The Verge's own Joshua Topolsky about the company's future in gaming.
Tim Cook says Apple is 'doubling down' on Siri, promises new features in 'coming months'
In an interview at the D10 Conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook responded to criticism of the iPhone 4S' voice recognition software, Siri, telling attendees that the company has "a lot of people working on it" and that it plans on "doubling down" on the feature.
Tim Cook on deeper Facebook integration in iOS: 'Stay tuned'
Apple and Facebook have a bit of a history of not working well together. For example, iOS 5 has easy ways to share to Twitter but not to Facebook. Asked about it at the D10 conference, CEO Tim Cook said that he believes that Apple "can do more with them. Stay tuned."
Apple TV 'is an area of intense interest for us,' says Tim Cook
At the D10 Conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook suggested that the company is actively interested in the TV business.
Tim Cook: 'The engine of the iPhone and iPad are built in the US'
Speaking at the All Things Digital D10 conference this evening, Apple CEO Tim Cook provided new insight into the company's manufacturing practices in both the US and China.
Tim Cook: Apple will 'double down on secrecy on products'
Tim Cook, speaking at the D10 conference.
Our liveblog of Tim Cook's appearance at All Things Digital's D10 conference starts at 9PM EDT
We'll be liveblogging Tim Cook's appearance at the All Things Digital D10 conference at 9:00PM EDT tonight.