What you need to know
- Tim Cook is in Germany for Oktoberfest.
- He told Bild that Apple wants Apple Card to go international.
- He also visited an App developer and chip team.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is in Germany for Oktoberfest and during an interview with Bild he said that the company hopes to be able to take Apple Card international – including to Germany.
Apple Card is currently only available in the United States and while those outside the country had hoped that the credit card would launch internationally, information is thin on the ground. Confirmation from Cook that plans are in motion is good news, although he did add that it will take time due to all of the red tape that stands in the way.
While in Germany Cook took the opportunity to meet with Karim Morsy of developer Algoriddim, maker of Djay.
Cook also visited the Bavarian Design Center team which is responsible for some of the huge battery life improvements found in iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
But without doubt the best tweet we can leave you with includes a photo of Cook with a huge beer stein.
"Hey Siri, show me what living your best life looks like."