The Apple CEO has visited with a key iPhone X supplier …
Tim Cook is making the most of his time in France. On Monday, the Apple CEO shared a pair of photos from his trip to the country, which has included a visit to a key supplier and a stop at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial.
At Eldim, Cook visited “a team of talented engineers and craftspeople helping make iPhone possible.” Eldim, which is based in Normandy, provides key components for the Face ID technology found on the upcoming iPhone X.
Thanks to my friends at Eldim, a team of talented engineers and craftspeople helping make iPhone possible. Bravo pour votre travail! 🇫🇷 pic.twitter.com/hEpxD3iBGf— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) October 9, 2017
At the cemetery, where 9,300 Americans are buried, Cook noted, “At Normandy, honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice.”
At Normandy, honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice. “Think not only upon their passing. Remember the glory of their spirit.” pic.twitter.com/Unq6NXoe5y— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) October 9, 2017
Cook’s trip to France, only his second since becoming Apple’s CEO, will also include a visit with French President Emmanuel Macron.
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