It’s quite the day for Apple CEO Tim Cook.
His Tuesday kicks off by speaking at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference, marking the second straight year for the Apple CEO. But much to the pleasure of Apple fans around the world, Apple will be live audio streaming Cook’s presentation.
It’s highly unlikely that Cook would make any major product announcements at this event, but he’ll more than likely provide some insight to what we can expect this year.
Perhaps a new iWatch? The New York Times broke that news this week about Apple being “very interested” in wearable computing devices.
Over here on Blorge, we posted 5 uses for the possible iWatch.
Following Goldman Sachs, Cook has a date with the First Lady Michelle Obama. Reportedly, Cook is going to be the guest of Obama at tonight’s Presidential State of the Union address. This marks the second straight year that Apple has had some kind of representation at the annual address. Last year, the Steve Jobs’ widow, Laurene Jobs, sat in the First Lady’s Box.
In late 2012, Cook announced that Apple will begin manufacturing a member of the Mac family in the United States. Expect the president to make mention of that tonight.
Cook will be joined by military families, immigration reform proponents and individuals who lives have been affected by gun violence, according to TUAW.com.