Tim Cook couldn’t help himself at the MIT commencement address, beyond speaking about Apple’s history and his own experience with co-founder Steve Jobs, he also took the opportunity to poke fun at Microsoft.
He began his 2017 MIT Commencement address by saying that it takes time to find your way in life. He also shared inspirational quotes like this one:
“Measure your impact on humanity not in likes but in the lives you touch, not in popularity but the people you serve.”
and this one:
“I found my life got bigger when I stopped caring about what people thought of me.”
Cook talked about the time where he was confused and while he reflected upon those days, he dropped this:
“I tried meditation. I sought guidance and religion. I read great philosophers and authors. In a moment of youthful indiscretion, I might even have experimented with a Windows PC. And obviously, that didn’t work.”
Now, before you crucify Tim Cook as a Windows user, realise that it’s just bants and nothing else.
You can watch the full commencement address below (He starts at 7:15):