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True acts of bravery stand the test of time. We’ll always remember the young men in uniform who stormed the beaches of Normandy under hellacious gun fire, risking life and limb for this great country, or the heroes that first responded to the terrorist attacks on 9/11 in order to save fellow Americans. We’ll never forget the actions taken by Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, and Nelson Mandela for the progress of the civil right movement across the globe.
And now, we’ll forever recognize Tim Cook and Apple Inc. as perhaps the most courageous individuals in the history of mankind.
Apple's Phil Schiller says Apple has the "courage" to remove the headphone jack. Says the jack "fights for space." pic.twitter.com/nOvJ3PiSJB
— Daniel Bader (@journeydan) September 7, 2016
William Faulkner once said “You cannot swim for new horizons until you have courage to lose sight of the shore,” and by getting rid of cords and trying to stay afloat by making consumers purchase Apple made wireless headphones, Tim Cook certainly has hit open ocean.
No other $624B company seems to want to bear that cross. Tim Cook is essentially the Jesus of the Tech world. He’ll die on that hill if it means people continue to finance his doctrine on blind faith and drop some dough on a few pairs of AirPods. Praise be to Apple.
But seriously, this sounds like something straight out of a Gavin Belsen speech on “Silicon Valley.”
Easily the most accurate show on TV..
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