Every year, the Wall Street Journal‘s technology blog, AllThingsD, hold a conference where well known business leaders are interviewed by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. Back in 2010 Steve Jobs attended the conference and yesterday it was time for Tim Cook.

During the interview, Tim Cook responded to several questions about Apple and how proud he is to be part of the company at this time. He states that Apple has a wide range of great products in the works, but he can not discuss them at the moment.

When asked why iOS has such a strong integration with Twitter, but not with Facebook, he stated the following:

“Facebook is a great company. I have great appreciation for them. I think the relationship is very solid, we have great respect for them. I think we can do more with them. Just stay tuned on this one.”

According to previous information, Apple discussed a partnership with Facebook back in 2010 for 18 months, but the negotiations were closed. Soon after Apple launched Ping on their own, in an attempt to create a social music service for iTunes users.

The session with Tim Cook lasted about 90 minutes and the entire interview can be read here.

(via AllThingsD)