Apple CEO Tim Cook held up the 100th career home run ball hit by Cleveland Indians' Brandon Moss, in front of a "ransom note" of Apple products that will be given to Moss’ teammates in exchange for the ball, at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference event in San Francisco on Monday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook held up the 100th career home run ball hit by Cleveland Indians' Brandon Moss, in front of a "ransom note" of Apple products that will be given to Moss’ teammates in exchange for the ball, at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference event in San Francisco on Monday. Jeff Chiu The Associated Press
Apple CEO Tim Cook held up the 100th career home run ball hit by Cleveland Indians' Brandon Moss, in front of a "ransom note" of Apple products that will be given to Moss’ teammates in exchange for the ball, at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference event in San Francisco on Monday. Jeff Chiu The Associated Press
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