During the keynote speech at Dreamforce Wednesday, Microsoft CEO
Satya Nadella was put in a situation where he had to use Apple’s
iPhone to do a demo — a sight that would’ve been unimaginable
just a few years back.
“I’m going to first start on this iPhone, and it’s not my phone,
but it is an iPhone,” said Nadella, smiling, as he walked to the
podium to show Microsoft’s email app Outlook on mobile.
“It’s a pretty unique iPhone. In fact, I’d like to call it the
‘iPhone Pro’ because it’s got all of the Microsoft software and
applications on it,” he quipped, apparently referencing Apple’s
introduction of the iPad Pro last week.