Tim Cook: Nokia Lacked Innovation

Apple CEO Tim Cook believes that all manufacturers now try to copy Apple’s strategy.

In an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek says Apple’s Chief Executive Tim Cook, that he believes the mobile industry has a lot to learn from Nokia’s fate, which is expected to be bought by Microsoft for around 40 billion Danish kroner.

-“I think Nokia’s fate will remind everyone in the industry about the need to continue to innovate – not to innovate is the same as dying,” says Tim Cook to our site.

The interview also comes in on that companies like Google and Microsoft are increasingly doing the same as Apple, by integrating the development of both hardware and software in the same company. Thinking here that Google bought in 2011 Motorola Mobility and Nokia now bought by Microsoft (However, should the deal just approved).