In an interview, Tim Cook talks about diversity at Apple and promises women in today's keynote

In an interview, Tim Cook talks about diversity at Apple and promises women in today's keynote

A few hours from the opening keynote of the Worldwide Developers Conference 2015, the Mashable published an article with an exclusive interview with Tim Cook.

The focus of the conversation between Cook and publisher Christina Warren was diversity, something that has been in vogue at Apple for a while. In mid-March, for example, the company announced that it would invest $ 50 million to improve diversity in the technology sector.

Cook believes that the low diversity of the entire technology community, including Apple, is to blame, of course, but he believes that this will change quickly and that even "diversity the future of the company" and that the more diverse the groups working on products, the better these will be.

We can already see some of that in today's keynote. Cook promised some female appearances for one of them who knows it must be that of Angela Ahrendts, Apple's head of retail. In the last presentation of the company, one that appeared was from outside Apple the athlete and model Christy Turlington Burns.