Tim Cook reportedly has blocked accounts of those who mocked the blurry photo that he posted on his Twitter account. That photo shows the winning of his favorite football team after the Super Bowl match between Carolina Panthers vs Denver Broncos at Levi stadium, California.
For example, one of his followers, @alixrezax wrote “@tim_cook @tim_cook shot on iPhone 2g,” while @andykoh edited the advertisement poster of ‘Shot on iPhone 6′ campaign’, by displaying the Cook’s blurry photo.
“New iPhone campaign starring @tim_cook pic.twitter.com/BXXxGsOV5h”
It’s not sure whether the blocking was done by Tim Cook personally or by a special team. After so many unpleasant retweets toward Cook’s photo post, a team which is likely in charge of the Twitter account has deleted that photo and replaced it with a better one.
There is no clear information about the device that was used by Tim Cook to shoot that photo. But, as the Apple CEO, and considering he posted the photo directly after he took it, he probably used iPhone 6S. Tim Cook’s blurry photo has become viral on the Internet and many people mock the photo quality of the iPhone.
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