Every year, Apple's chief executive is invited to the Allen & Co. summer retreat for media executives. And each year, Apple declines. But this time around, Tim Cook has done quite the opposite.
Cook was spotted in Sun Valley, Idaho, home to the Allen & Co. retreat, where he briefly spoke with reporters. He told the New York Times' Dealbook that he's "looking forward to all the private discussions" he set up for this week, and reported to the New York Post that he's "talking to a lot of people here." When pressed for more information, Cook declined to share more.
Still, his presence at the event, which plays host to some of the most powerful people in the technology and media industries, has sparked speculation at the retreat, according to Dealbook, that he could be discussing Apple's plans for future home-entertainment initiatives, including the long-rumored television it reportedly has in the works.
For its part, the Post asked Cook if his discussions would relate to the Apple TV in some way. His response? "I can't tell you that."
CNET has contacted Apple for comment on Cook's visit to the retreat. We will update this story when we have more information.
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