Tim Cook’s appearance at D10 is now history. As such, the folks at All Things Digital, the conference’s sponsor, have posted video of the Apple CEO’s appearance in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calfornia.

In this first video, Cook explains how Apple is “doubling down” on Siri, the company’s often criticized voice assistant.

Here, the Apple CEO explains how an Apple TV, the so-called iTV, is still an experiment.

Finally, here is a highlight video of Cook’s entire appearance.

Since its debut in 2003, The Wall Street Journal’s D: All Things Digital conference has been breaking news, highlighting innovation, and bringing you straight-up, unvarnished conversations with the most influential figures in media and technology.

D:10 runs through tomorrow, May 31 from the Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.

In addition to Cook, other speakers this year include Larry Ellison, Founder and CEO, Oracle; Daniel Ek, Co-Founder and CEO, Spotify; and entrepreneur Sean Parker of Facebook and Napster fame, among others. This year’s hosts are All Things Digital’s Walter Mossberg and Kara Swisher. The late Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, made numerous D: All Things Digital appearances, the last being at D8 in 2010.

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Which comments by Cook did you find most interesting? What were the most surprising?

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