This week, Apple CEO Tim Cook traveled to Iowa for Allen & Co.’s annual Sun Valley conference.
While there, reporters pressed Cook for insight on a number of issues, including one that has become increasingly prevalent in the tech world.
At one point Wednesday, Cook was asked if Apple plans to provide the public with an update on the degree of diversity achieved inside of Apple.
“We’ll release the information at some point,” Cook said, according to Bloomberg, although no estimated time-frame was given with regard to when this report might be released.
Apple, Google, Facebook and others have found themselves under increasing pressure to hire more women and minorities.
“A group of shareholders has pressed Apple to diversify its leadership ranks and board, which has one woman director,” the Bloomberg report notes.