The Wall Street Journal has revealed that Apple CEO Tim Cook will appear as a speaker at its WSJ.D conference in October. Though Cook's speaking time hasn't been revealed, the conference is set to start on October 19 and run through October 21 at The Montage in Laguna Beach, California.

Cook also spoke at the 2014 WSJ.D conference, where he talked for roughly 30 minutes about the then recently-announced iPhone 6, Apple Watch, Apple Pay, and more. It's likely that this year's discussion will revolve around the recently-launched iPhone 6s, iPad Pro, and everything else Apple announced at its annual iPhone event.

Cook will be joined at the conference by other tech company executives, including Chuck Robbins of Cisco, Chris Cox of Facebook, and IBM's Virginia Rometty.

Source: WSJ