Apple CEO Steve Jobs speaks during an Apple special event April 8, 2010 in Cupertino, California.
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By Alex Fitzpatrick
March 18, 2015

Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a recent interview that late Apple chief Steve Jobs’ most significant contribution to the world was “the company and its culture.”

Cook’s comments came in a lengthy interview with Fast Company in which the Apple CEO spoke at length about Jobs’ legacy at the company, the upcoming Apple Watch and Apple’s future at large.

Via FastCo:

Cook also said Jobs was “the best teacher I ever had by far.”

Read the rest of the Tim Cook interview at Fast Company.

Write to Alex Fitzpatrick at alex.fitzpatrick@time.com.

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