Tim Cook: This Year's WWDC Keynote Won't Be All White Guys

If you have trouble remembering the last time you saw a woman or a person of color on stage at an Apple keynote, you're not alone. Even CEO Tim Cook is tired of the generally monochromatic parade of white males who unveil the latest gadgets and software at the company's events, and he's doing something about it. In an exclusive interview with Mashable, Cook said that Monday's WWDC keynote would reflect, in some way, Apple's commitment to diversity. By contrast, Apple's perennial rival Google showed impressive diversity at its Google I/O developer conference at the end of May.