Apple CEO Tim Cook has teased an announcement coming on Wednesday, and said that everyone involved in the January 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol should be "held accountable".More news: Israeli raids in Syria kill 16: monitor
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During the short portion of the interview that was played on the show today, the 60-year old Cook was asked about events that took place in the Capitol last week.
Mr Cybart also noted that Ms King "is a big hitter for CBS" and that as such it is likely the interview would really be used to announce something significant. CBS said that what it was going to tell us about tomorrow was "very exciting". "And then we need to move forward", Cook said. I don't think we should let it go. It's something I think bigger and better than that. "I think everyone that had a part in it needs to be held accountable".More news: ‘Judas And The Black Messiah’ Trailer Highlights Black Panther Revolution | Celebrities
Looking back at what Apple announcements are pending, the company is yet to debut the Apple Tracking Transparency feature that's scheduled to arrive early 2021.
Roman Loyola, a colleague on Macworld US, points out that in the US, Martin Luther King Jr Day is on Monday.More news: Samsung showcased smart household assistant robots to make everyday life easier