Apple CEO Tim Cook says what he argued most with Steve Jobs

Apple CEO Tim Cook said his biggest row with Steve Jobs was iPhone sales, Business Insider reported.

For years they talked about how to sell the iPhone: through a subsidy model or a revenue-sharing strategy, that’s what Jobs wanted.

Apple sided with Jobs first and then moved on to Cook’s idea.

On Wednesday, at Code’s annual conference, Cook spoke with design legend Joni Ive, Jobs’ widow Lauren Powell Jobs and journalist Cara Swisher to talk about the late visionary Jobs.

Swisher asked Cook what he argued most with Jobs, and Cook said it was the iPhone’s sales strategy before the company debuted in 2007.


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