Apple & Tim Cook Back Civil Rights Augmented Reality Experience & Tech Education in Alabama

As a native of Alabama, Apple CEO Tim Cook has a special place in his heart for the state. He also empathizes with the struggles that African-Americans have historically faced in the state, particularly during the 1950s and ’60s civil rights era.

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As a native of Alabama, Apple CEO Tim Cook has a special place in his heart for the state. He also empathizes with the struggles that African-Americans have historically faced in the state, particularly during the 1950s and '60s civil rights era. Now, Cook and his company are giving back to Birmingham, the city that served as the epicenter for the civil rights movement, with the gift of augmented reality. Don't Miss: Apple's Tim Cook, Google's Sundar Pichai, & Snap's Evan Spiegel Deliver Strategic Insights into AR in 2020 & Beyond On Thursday, Cook was among the speakers for the launch of... more