Apple's Tim Cook Calls DACA, Immigration 'Biggest Issue of Our Time'

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"People are now paying for phones over long periods of times, very few people will pay the price tag of the phone initially".

"If you see something going on that's not right, the most powerful form of consent is to say nothing", Cook said.

The iPhone X represents a number of firsts.

Far-off countries such as Russian Federation will be selling Apple's latest flagship device for nearly $1,400, as charted by Business Insider from Apple's own figures.

He said today that Apple will do "everything we can" to encourage Congress to make the bipartisan Dream Act - legislation that would offer a path to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of young unauthorized immigrants brought to the U.S.as children if they graduated from high school or obtained a GED - permanent.

Do you agree with Tim Cook? For instance, according to Cook, someone in the market for a new auto could go inside the vehicle using AR from home rather than visit a vehicle dealership showroom. "We want to help people". "I am personally shocked that there's even a discussion of this", Cook said.

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What is the potential of- because we're talking about facial data, millions of people and the potential that it can be misused or hacked - should be people concerned about that, Tim? Particularly since features like Face ID are still unproven as a replacement for Touch ID.

Ever since its launch, the iPhone X, like all other iPhones ahead of it, has been generating a lot of interest, mainly because of its price, which happens to be the highest till date for any smartphone- Dollars 999.

"When you look at it, the iPhone, in particular, has become so essential in our daily lives, people want it to do more and more and more", he added.

The new iPhone X is displayed during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theatre on the Apple Park campus on September 12, 2017 in Cupertino, Calif.

The interview was his first ever since the launch of the iPhone X and covered among other issues Apple's new ArKit, iOS 11 and the DACA debate in the US. "We want it to be yours".

"There's nothing bad about this phone", Nguyen concludes, but said Android users should check out the Galaxy S8 or Note 8 while iPhone users might want to wait for the iPhone X.

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