The tech giant Apple has announced an auction offering to have a private lunch with the CEO Tim Cook at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, but it is not the first time that Apple is offering the lunch auction, it started from 2013 and followed once in a year till this year which means including this year it will be the fourth season of the lunch auction with Tim Cook.
Mentioned that the auction deadline is on May 5 at 3:38 PM, Eastern Time.
A charity platform called Charitybuzz will arrange this auction party and the prize cash will go towards Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, a human rights promotion bunch that Cook bolsters and sits on the leading group of.
The lucky person will not only have lunch with Tim but will also get two VIP accesses to an Apple keynote event.
However, eating with one of the world’s most capable administrators doesn’t come modest: The triumphant offer is at present $125,000 (£86,000), there’s still nine days to go.
In earlier years, the lunch has gone for a few hundred thousand dollars every time. Be that as it may, it’s getting less expensive! The principal closeout, in 2013, shut at $610,000 (£420,000). In 2014, it was $330,000 (£227,000) — and a year ago, in 2015, it went for simply (just!) $200,000 (£138,000). (The personalities of past champs have not been unveiled.)
It stays to be seen whether occasions of the most recent year — in which Cook has turned into a candid supporter of user privacy protection against law requirement calls to debilitate encryption — will incite a recharged enthusiasm for the CEO.
Whatever the triumphant offer, it will get you an hour of exposure with Cook, for both you and a visitor (on the off chance that you need to share the experience). The thrifty among you will be satisfied to hear that the expense of the dinner is incorporated — despite the fact that vehicle and transport isn’t.