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Tim Cook again praises augmented reality, says there’s ‘no substitute for human contact’

In a new interview with BuzzFeed News, Apple CEO Tim Cook has delved deeper into his thoughts concerning virtual reality and augmented reality. Cook has touched on these areas before and in today’s interview, Cook again seems to favor the latter of the two technologies… more… Filed under: Apple
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