Apple CEO Tim Cook Meets iPhone Photographer in Amsterdam

Apple CEO Tim Cook has been spending the weekend in Amsterdam, where he met historian Koen Kleijn and iPhone photographer Annet de Graaf.

The Apple chief tweeted on Sunday about his appreciation for the city’s “rich history and creative energy” during the meeting, which took place an open-top boat as it cruised along the capital’s famous canals.



Kleijn has written or co-written several books on the history of Amsterdam and architecture in the Netherlands, while de Graaf has made a name for herself by capturing scenes of Amsterdam street life using her smartphone’s camera. As de Graaf puts it on her website:

The iPhone way of photography is pure. I can capture moments before they pass; I ‘own’ the Amsterdam streets with my iPhone for nearly 9 years now. I never use any other camera. Amsterdam is hiding stories, like a miraculous book, I simply reveal the pages with my lens.

While we don’t know what else is on Cook’s agenda for the rest of the trip, a visit to the local Apple retail store is likely to be on the cards. We’ll update this article when we know more.

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