Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Salman visits Apple

Keshala Dias

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman visited tech giant Apple in San Francisco’s Silicon Valley to discuss partnership opportunities on a number of projects, Saudi state-news agency SPA reported.

The prince discussed a variety of topics and joint projects, including app development in Saudi Arabia.

He even got to see the inside of Apple’s new $5 billion campus, Apple Park, which Apple CEO Tim Cook said earlier this year won’t be allowing tours for Apple fans because there is “so much confidential stuff around.”

The meeting also focused on ways to enrich Arabic education curriculums, and job opportunities for Saudi youth who wish to be trained at Apple’s campus.

The prince also met with some of technology’s top investors, including Peter Thiel, Marc Andreessen, Sam Altman, and Vinod Khosla.