Apple CEO Visits Beijing [Twitter Reaction]By: Shawn Hess - March 26, 2012
Believe it or not, Beijing has one of the best selling Apple outlets in the world. Also, most of Apple’s products are manufactured in China so, it should come as no surprise that Apple CEO, Tim Cook decided to take a visit to the country.
Today he was found mingling with Chinese consumers at the outlet store in Joy City. The store opened on September 26, 2010 and sold record numbers of products to a vast sea of consumers.
While it is not clear what other business Cook had in the city, some speculate that it has something to do with a new iPhone. While details on the visit are hard to come by, sometimes it’s just fun to speculate.
Let’s see what folks on Twitter think about the visit:
http://t.co/AKUShCmY $AAPLWhat was Apple CEO Tim Cook really doing in China?: He didn’t fly to Beijing just to pose with shoppers at…
Apple Inc. said it eyes greater investment and growth in China as its chief executive Tim Cook visited Beijing on Monday.