For a company that sells a lot of PCs, Apple has a pretty pessimistic outlook on the category

In an interview with The Telegraph published Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook foresaw the end of the PC era, but also touched on a variety of other topics, including encryption, Apple Watch sales and the possibility of the company making an entirely new medical device

“I think if you’re looking at a PC, why would you buy a PC anymore,” Cook said. Granted, he’s promoting the iPad Pro, which, with its all-new smart keyboard and pencil, is a laptop replacement in many cases. But one has to wonder what that means for Apple’s Mac and MacBook categories, with which the company had good success in the last two years Read more…

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Apple’s Tim Cook: ‘Why would you buy a PC?’