Cook: iPhone is 'made everywhere,' but US would be 'hurt most' from tariff
Tuesday, 4 June 2019 () Apple CEO Tim Cook in a CBS Evening News interview aired Tuesday touched on hot-button issues like the U.S.-China trade war, saying his company has not yet been impacted by the international scrum. He also commented on recent scrutiny of Apple's outsized presence in the tech sector, its efforts to curb so-called device addiction and more.
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