Tim Cook Hints at New Apple Products at D10 Conference

The Apple CEO briefly discusses the rumored Apple-branded HDTV set at the conference in Rancho Palos Verdes.

Apple CEO Tim Cook didn't give too much away when asked about plans for future products during his interview Tuesday night at in Rancho Palos Verdes.

When asked about rumors surrounding an Apple-branded HDTV set, Cook didn't specify any plans the company had to manufacture the product, The Huffington Post reported.

He did say the company would "double down" on secrecy and that it had "incredible things" planned for the future, according to the Huffington Post report. 

Cook also touched on the next version of the iPad, developments to Siri on the iPhone and working more closely with Facebook, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Read the full Huffington Post report here and Times report here.

Click here to view the D10 live stream. And watch highlights from Cook's D10 session here.

matt souza May 30, 2012 at 10:30 PM
One thing is safe to assume... if Apple makes a new product that I decide to purchase I'm getting a case for it at http://www.yourpoetic.com Those guys make the best iPad cases!
Liz Spear May 31, 2012 at 02:27 AM
Cases can be pretty important, can't they, in terms of protecting the investment in the product, including its screen, as well as showcasing our own individuality, eh?!


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