Taking over his predecessor's "one more thing" catchphrase at the recent iPhone 6/ Apple Watch launch, it now feels Apple CEO Tim Cook has finally filled out into the big shoes left behind by Steve Jobs. But the memory of the Apple maestro still burns strong at the company.
Speaking in a lengthy interview with PBS's Charlie Rose, Cook revealed that the late Jobs's Apple HQ office has been left untouched, and remains exactly the same as the last day he visited it.
"He's in my heart, and he's deep in Apple's DNA," Cook told Charlie Rose. "His spirit will always be the foundation of the company. I literally think about him everyday.
"His office is still left as it was on the fourth floor, his name is still on the door."
Cook also spoke at length about Apple's TV plans (“It almost feels like you’re rewinding the clock and you’ve entered a time capsule and you’re going backwards,” he said of current TV interfaces and technology), and revealed some initial skepticism over the recently-acquired Beats music service. Catch Cook in conversation in the clips below. [YouTube]