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Steve Jobs would be elated with Apple's achievement, says Tim Cook

Cook believes that Steve would be incredibly proud to see what the company is doing today, "I think he's smiling right now."

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Apple CEO Tim Cook
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks to members of the media during an Apple event announcing the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California (Photo: Reuters)

Apple CEO Tim Cook remembers Steve Jobs on the launch of the iPhone 6, and he believes that Jobs would be smiling for Apple's achievement.

Tim Cook said that the company had launched the biggest advancement in the history of iPhones.

Cook made the big unveiling announcement from the Flint Center stage in Cupertino, the same stage where the company's late co-founder Steve Jobs unveiled the Mac computer 30 years ago.

Cook, whom Steve Jobs handpicked as Apple's successor, said that he thought about Jobs a lot. The CEO said that he loved Steve dearly and ther was not a day that went by when he did not think about him, and at the launch he especially thought about him.

Cook believes that Steve would be incredibly proud to see what the company is doing today, "I think he's smiling right now."

He also said that he thinks that one of his greatest gifts to mankind was the company itself.

Although Cook said his team started working on the Apple Watch after Jobs died in 2011, he felt his friend still left an impact on the new product.

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