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Looking back on Tim Cook’s 5 years as Apple CEO ahead of the new iPhone launch

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It has been five years since Tim Cook took the reins as Apple's CEO after Steve Jobs stepped down, and we're about see a new line of products launch at next week's Apple event. So this week on Ctrl-Walt-Delete, Walt and Nilay review the past five years and discuss what has (or hasn't) changed at Apple, including the products, sales, and the ever-expanding market.

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