Tim Cook celebrates the Bronco's Super Bowl victory with a blurry iPhone photo [Update]
Update: It seems that Cook has deleted the Tweet.
Original Store: Apple CEO Tim Cook was in attendance at Super Bowl 50, and celebrated the victory of the Denver Broncos with a photo shot on what we can only assume is an iPhone 6s. However, despite the iPhone's famously good camera, the image came out fairly blurry.
From Tim Cook on Twitter:
Colorado Rocky Mountain High congrats @Broncos! pic.twitter.com/3l3gpqWaKjColorado Rocky Mountain High congrats @Broncos! pic.twitter.com/3l3gpqWaKj— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) February 8, 2016
After posting the picture, Cook found himself subjected to a number of sarcastic responses. Many of these responses used Apple's own #shotoniphone tag, such as this one from Andy Koh:
New iPhone campaign starring @tim_cook pic.twitter.com/BXXxGsOV5hNew iPhone campaign starring @tim_cook pic.twitter.com/BXXxGsOV5h— Soju Boy Tell 'Em (@andykoh_) February 8, 2016
Maybe next time Cook should use an iPhone 6s Plus, which features a camera with optical image stabilization, to take a better photo. It makes quite a difference.
Source: Tim Cook (Twitter)
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