Californian Company Apple Inc. will bring a line of Mac computers in U.S next year, says CEO Tim Cook. Tim Cook, the CEO gave this statement in one of his interviews recently with NBC’s Rock Center.
Cook gave a similar statement in an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek saying that an estimate of $100 million will be spent by the company in the year 2013 to bring the line of Mac computers in U.S.
Cook’s statement to Bloomberg BusinessWeek says:
We could have quickly maybe done just assembly, but it’s broader because we wanted to do something more substantial. So we’ll literally invest over $100 million. This doesn’t mean that Apple will do it ourselves, but we’ll be working with people and we’ll be investing our money.
Apple gets its products assembled overseas with the contract manufacturers like most of the consumer electronics companies do.
Cook however didn’t clarify which of the computers line from the company would be produced in U.S neither did he said that where in the U.S production will be done. All he mentioned in his interview was that the production would be certainly more than assembling the system.
Seeing the soaring sales of iPads and iPhones, the U.S production of Apple’s line of computers is expected to include just a few of Apple products from his huge range of PCs.