Tim Cook tweets in support of International Women's Day
Apple CEO Tim Cook commends "women of all generations who drive us forward" to commemorate International Women's Day.
Tim Cook's tweet, which appeared on March 4, includes a 40-second long video that features Beyonce's "Flawless" juxtaposed with women using MacBooks. Some of the women featured in the video are singer Lady Gaga, South Africa's women-run anti-poaching unit Black Mamba, and Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai.
To the scientists, the musicians, the athletes, the mothers, the entrepreneurs, the artists, the engineers, the teachers — the women of all generations who drive us forward and show girls everywhere that the future is limitless: We celebrate you. pic.twitter.com/BfNhWOotDX— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) March 4, 2020
International Women's Day will take place on March 8, 2020, and Apple has arranged some new hands-on "Today at Apple" sessions to get women in the spirit. The new sessions will take place at Apple retail stores starting on March 1 and will wrap up on March 31.
Some sessions will be designed to teach novice Mac users the basics os working on a Mac, while others — such as new Music and Art Labs — will attempt to spark women's creativity.
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