Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at the 2021 Silicon Slopes Summit in October. In return, he received three packs of Utah deep-fried sauce.It is reported that Cook and Senator Mike Lee Lee participated in the fireside conversation on October 13 and thus kicked off the prelude to this year’s technology summit. The purpose of the summit is to showcase Utah’s entrepreneurial and technology sector communities.
Borrowing from California’s Silicon Valley (Silicon Valley), Silicon Slopes is not only an area near Lehi with more than 6,500 technology companies, but also the name of a non-profit organization that serves this emerging business community. With the support of industry and government partners, the organization organizes more than 200 events each year, including the Silicon Slopes Technology Summit.
It is reported that in the conversation, Cook and Lee discussed a series of topics-including privacy. thisAppleThe executive pointed out that privacy is a basic human right, and he also stated that Apple has specialized hardware and software features to protect the security of user information.
In addition, he also reiterated the company’siPhoneThe position of waiting for the back door of the device, saying that the tacit approval of the law enforcement agency’s flexible requirements will only weaken the security of the platform.
Cook said: “People say that this is only done for this government agency, but from an engineering point of view it is impossible. You can’t create a backdoor that only serves good people.”
In addition to the summit, Cook also visited Encircle, an LGBTQ youth non-profit organization located in Utah, which received $1 million from Apple in February and held meetings with technology companies and application manufacturers. The head of Apple also met with employees of App Store developers Ancestry, Instructure, Red Games and ResusciTech.
It was learned that on Monday at that time, Lee wrote a digital thank-you letter to Cook, which seemed to be using a piece of equipmentiPadFor.
“I used a device I couldn’t live without to write you this short note,” Lee wrote in the letter. In addition, he added that he really appreciates Cook’s words about Utah innovators. While ridiculing Apple’s latest M1 Pro and M1 Max silicon chips, Li wrote: “I also know that you have been supplying a batch of fresh chips. As we discussed on stage, in Utah, we have some Things can be dipped and eaten with potato chips, French fries, or something else.”
A video made with the letter shows that Lee is writing a handwritten letter as well as bottles of Arctic Circle, Hires Big H, and Stephen’s Gourmet fried sauce that are ready to be shipped to Cupertino. Lee also wrote in the letter-“macOS Zion” is the ideal name for the future Mac operating system.