"We produce products that give the people ability to do things that they couldn't do before. And in doing so, we helped change things," Cook said.
When questioned about the company's battle with the FBI over encryption, Cook noted that Apple opposed the demand that it create a backdoor into its devices because they believed it was best for America.
"I think government in general has gotten quite dysfunctional in the U.S. and in some other countries as well," Cook said. "What that does I believe is put more responsibility on the everyday citizen and companies to help promote change and improve things."
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