Tim Cook boasted about the strength of Apple’s “creative engine” at the company’s earning calls for the fourth fiscal quarter. According to Cook, Apple’s “creative engine” is stronger than ever, which is evident from the launch of the new iPhones with all-new design and bigger screen, the new iPads, the Retina iMac, Apple Pay and the upcoming Apple Watch.
During the earnings call, Apple’s CEO also praised the new features in OS X Yosemite like Continuity that offers seamless integration between an iPhone and a Mac, allowing users to answer their calls on a Mac and more, and said it would be “incredibly important” for Apple customers from now.
Tim also boasted about the strong integration between Mac and iOS devices by stating that Apple is the “only company on the planet” capable of such an integration at a “world class level.”
As for Apple Pay, Cook says that it is a “classic Apple” move of taking some old and making it into something “very elegant.”
Being a personal investor himself, Tim Cook said that he “feels great” about the upcoming products the company has in store for 2015. However, he did not drop any hints about the company’s upcoming devices and kept things in the “cone of silence.”