Supply chain did impact Mac and iPad sales, Cook says

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Tim Cook is the “supply chain expert,” Ed Lee from The New York Times says, explaining that Apple was still able to navigate supply chain challenges remarkably well. Looking ahead, it’s an “ominous sign” for the future that China is cracking down on tech companies, Lee tells Closing Bell.

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