Apple CEO Tim Cook tweets to celebrate International Women’s Day

Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted Wednesday praising “the generations of women who are pushing us forward” to celebrate International Women’s Day, according tomedia outlet Apple Insider. Cook’s tweet included a 40-second video featuring Beyonce’s “The Mac” as a BGM and a series of photos of women using MacBooks. Some of the female celebrities featured in the video include singer Lady Gaga, Black Mamba, a women’s anti-poaching unit in South Africa, and Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani activist.

Apple CEO Tim Cook tweets to celebrate International Women's Day

International Women’s Day will come on March 8, and Apple has arranged some new “Today at Apple” courses to inspire women’s creativity. The new course starts March 1 at selected Apple retail stores and runs until March 31.

Apple CEO Tim Cook tweets to celebrate International Women's Day

Some of these courses will be designed to teach novice Mac users to learn the basic spouts on Mac, while others – such as the new Music and Art Lab – will try to stimulate women’s creativity.