“We’re committed to growing…”: Apple CEO Tim Cook Meets PM Modi

Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the company’s upcoming second store launch in Delhi. During the meeting, Cook emphasized Apple’s commitment to investing in India and its shared vision of using technology to make a positive impact.

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, posted a picture on his Twitter account following a meeting with PM Modi. Cook states, “Thank you Prime Minister @narendramodi for the warm welcome. We share your vision of the positive impact technology can make on India’s future — from education and developers to manufacturing and the environment, we’re committed to growing and investing across the country.”

“An absolute delight to meet you, @tim_cook! Glad to exchange views on diverse topics and highlight the tech-powered transformations taking place in India,” tweeted the Prime Minister in response to Apple CEO’s tweet.

According to the sources, Prior to meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Apple CEO Tim Cook held a meeting with Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw.


Tim Cook will greet consumers at the store’s opening in Saket’s Select City Mall tomorrow, which will be similar to the celebration of Apple’s first India store in Mumbai. On the other hand, Tim Cook officially opened Apple’s first retail location in India yesterday at Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC). The Apple Store opened in Jio World Drive at Bandra Kurla Complex is larger than the Saket location. The opening of the Apple store in Mumbai was characterized by long lines of enthusiasts outside the BKC location, and similar enthusiasm is anticipated among the tech giant’s devotees in Delhi.

An Apple store serves as a one-stop shop for the purchase of goods, services, and accessories with the goal of giving customers an exceptional experience. These establishments’ amazing architecture further enhances the unparalleled shopping experience.