Tim Cook inaugurates Apple offices in Israel

The current president of Apple computers Tim Cook arrived in Israel to inaugurate the company’s offices. Apple holds Israel in very high regard, Cook said, not just as a close ally of the US but as a global trade capital.

Cook met with President Reuven Rivlin in Jerusalem yesterday. Rivlin told Cook that Apple’s contribution to mankind was “unprecedented.”

He visited the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial and is expected to meet during his time in Israel also with former president and known technology buff Shimon Peres.

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