(Photo: FAISAL AL-TAMIMI, AFP/Getty Images)
(Photo: FAISAL AL-TAMIMI, AFP/Getty Images)

Apple spent the better part of Monday introducing new hardware and software, to mixed reviews. But on Tuesday, it went for a more sure bet in introducing the former First Lady.

Michelle Obama had words of advice and inspiration for several thousand students, developers and entrepreneurs at a private Q-and-A session at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose this morning.

In a sit-down interview with Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president of environment, policy and social initiatives, Obama touched on diversity in tech, STEM education, innovation and leadership.

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