Earlier this week, we commented that the Apple CEO, Tim Cook, was paying a visit to developers and Apple stores on Japan, which provided some very nice meetings.
Now, the executive decided to enjoy the trip to East Asia and made another stop: in Singapore. As in Japan, Cook met with developers, artists, athletes and company employees at several locations, including Apple Orchard Road – the first Apple store in the country.
Cook arrived in Singapore on Tuesday (10/12) and, as last week, posted the best moments on Twitter, check out:
Earlier this year, Apple expanded its education and programming programs in Singapore, and to assess student development, Cook visited one of the company’s accelerators in the country, focused on the Swift language.
As you can see in the tweet above, Cook left Singapore today. We will continue to follow this executive tour to find out (and where) his next stop will be.