On January 15, 1929 Atalanta was born Martin Luther King , a pastor of the Baptist church who played a key role in defending the civil rights of African Americans, something that changed the way of thinking of many people not only in the United States, but also worldwide. Apple wanted to commemorate the anniversary of his death with a picture of Luther King on the cover of its website, and incorporating one of his most famous phrases.
It’s a great move by Apple to commemorate the anniversary of a leading figure in the United States like Luther King, someone who changed the way people think about many people and managed to make the world a little more just. Unfortunately we only see this tribute on Apple’s website in the United States, although we would have liked to see the tribute on all the company’s websites, since he is not only a reference in the United States, but we all know his work.
As soon as we enter Apple’s website, we can see an image and this icon, with a sentence of this public character:
Tim Cook has also expressed his support for this Luther King with a tweet on his personal account.
But looking at the responses to this tweet, users can’t seem to separate this well-deserved tribute from the company’s internal problems. I say this because many have responded to the message facing the slowdown of the iPhone with iOS 11 . Is this the right place? I don’t think so.