Apple CEO Tim Cook met Bharti Enterprises Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal and several content developers on Friday. Mittal and Cook discussed that both companies are committed to working more closely in India and Africa.
“Tim Cook and Sunil Mittal met for approximately an hour this morning,” the company said on Twitter. Expressing satisfaction at the long-standing relationship between Apple and Airtel, reaffirmed their commitment to work more closely in the Indian and African markets.
The Apple chief met Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani and Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran in Mumbai.
Cook was in India earlier this week to inaugurate Apple’s flagship stores in Mumbai and Delhi. He also met some software developers and appreciated their passion.
“It’s great to see so many developers across India pursuing their passion and sharing their ideas with users around the world,” Cook said in a tweet. “I was delighted to meet Hitwicket, India’s top rated cricket app, Experiment, an AR-based yoga app, and Lookup, an easy-to-use dictionary app!” He added.
The Apple chief met photographers Apeksha Maker and Joshua Karthik, who shared rangoli and kolam designs captured on an iPhone.
“These wonderful rangoli and kolam designs are so vibrant and beautiful. Flower petals, rice and colored sand were woven together in perfect harmony – then captured brilliantly on iPhone by Apeksha Maker and Joshua Karthik in these photographs. #ShotOniPhone,” Cook wrote on Twitter.
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