From Music to Design: Apple's Tim Cook Finds Time To Learn From India's Talent

Apple CEO Tim Cook who’s in India to unveil the iPhone makers’ first two retail stores in the country, took time out to visit digital creators at the Indian School of Design & Innovation (ISDI) in Mumbai.

What Happened? Cook, who’s had a packed schedule in India so far found his way to ISDI where he met students who were able to showcase some of their designs to the Apple chief.

An impressed Cook took to Twitter to share a candid photograph of him with a student excitedly showing him a design on her iPad.

“The Indian School of Design & Innovation is helping the next generation of creatives unlock their full potential. Thanks for sharing how you create those amazing designs using iPad!” wrote Cook in his tweet.

Cook, who’s been actively tweeting about his visits since landing in Mumbai also met musician and songwriter, Maalavika Manoj aka Mali who showed Cook how she uses a mix of Apple products to create music.

The 62-year-old found time to show up at a school run by Akanksha Foundation which is a non-profit organisation with a mission to cater to children from low-income communities to find the education they deserve.

The Apple CEO is set to head over to New Delhi on Wednesday where he is expected to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss production strategy. Cook is expected to stay on till April 20 to join fellow employees in opening Apple’s second retail store in the country at Delhi’s Saket.

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