Apple has since apologized in a statement, saying "inclusion and diversity are among Apple's core values. ... We believe in equality for everyone."
And Apple CEO Tim Cook also reached out to the company's employees. In a letter published by Buzzfeed, Cook said: "What people have seen and heard from watching the video on the web does not represent our values. It is not a message we would ever want to deliver to a customer or hear ourselves."
The manager of the store invited the students and their school principal to the store for a personal apology.
Cook said the apology was received "with good grace." One of the students, Mabior Ater, said, "It feels like we have justice now."
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