Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that he is “deeply disappointed” by the new law passed in the US state of Indiana which could allow companies to discriminate against gay and lesbian customers. Also Read - Apple adds UPI, RuPay, net banking on App Store: How to add new payment methods
According to BBC, Governor Mike Pence signed a bill on Thursday that stops the state from restricting a person’s ability to exercise their religion. Also Read - Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' job application sold for over Rs 2.5 crore
Cook said in a tweet that his company Apple was open for everyone. Also Read - Apple iOS 15, iPadOS 15 beta 4 released: What’s new, how to download
Cook, who recently revealed his sexuality saying that he was “proud to be gay”, added in another tweet that people around the world strive to treat all customers equally irrespective of where they come from or who they love or worship.