We've seen the highlights from Tim Cook's intervew at the D10 conference a few weeks ago, but now the full talk is now available for your enjoyment. Cook's talk spans a wide variety of subjects, including what it was like working with Steve Jobs, the future of Apple with Cook at the helm, how Siri's future is looking, what they're going to do with in the television market, and lots of other big issues. These are all important things to keep in mind as we dive into WWDC today.
This was the first D conference in a long time without Steve Jobs in attendance, and his shadow was seen through just about every other interview that took place. Tim Cook seems a bit more relaxed about public appearances than Apple's late CEO, so it's a safe bet that he'll be a staple at D for the foreseeable future.
The full interview is an hour and forty minutes, so if you want to catch the whole thing before our liveblog the WWDC keynote at 1 PM, you'll have to dig in soon. What do you guys think of Cook's stage presence? Jobs is a hard act to follow, but could you see his slightly more easygoing demeanor doing well at the WWDC keynote?