Apple’s Tim Cook meets PM; relaunches Narendra Modi mobile app

New Delhi: On Saturday, CEO of US-based tech giant Apple, Tim Cook met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the national capital.

Cook, who is on a four-day visit to India was invited by PM Modi at 7RCR. The chief of Apple is looking forward to bring pre-owned iPhones with new warranty to India. Also, he re-launched the updated version of Narendra Modi mobile app.

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PM Modi thanked for re-launching his app on Twitter:

It will be for the first time when an Apple CEO visited India as none of its former seven CEOs did come to the country. At the meet, Tim discussed the giant’s future plans in India with Modi and also talked about manufacturing and retailing in India.

Praising the skills the Indian youth has, he said there is a lot of potential for app-development existing in the country. Tim also discussed about the Map Development Centre which Apple will set up in Hyderabad.

The centre will help quicken the Map development and also create around 4000 jobs.

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After meeting PM, Cook also thanked him on Twitter:

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