Apple chief executive officer Tim Cook will be speaking at the AllThingsD D11 conference on 28 May, one of the rare moments each year we get an inside look at what's going on behind the closed doors at Apple.
The 2012 AllThingsD conference was Cook's first big interview since taking the reins as Apple's chief in autumn 2011. He was grilled with questions from AllThingsD editors Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg on products, Apple's position in the market against Google and Samsung and Apple's attack strategy for the future.
Before Cook, the legendary Apple co-founder Steve Jobs attended from 2003 to 2010. We're sure many of you will remember Jobs and Bill Gates together in 2007 at D5, where the two dished it out.
At D11 this year, Cook will join a long list of speakers at the conference, but he gets the honour of once again opening the first night of the conference. The list of topics will include Samsung, Android, the year ahead, stock price and much more.