Last week we posted a report titled "Apple Kick Starts new Billboard Ad Campaign Promoting 53 Photos that were shot on the new iPhone 6s." Today, I think it's safe to say that one of the photos that Apple's CEO took at yesterday's Super Bowl game will never make it into one of Apple's iPhone photo contests as the motion shot was as blurry as you could ever get. Ouch – What was Cook thinking? Hey, it's okay for anyone to take a bad shot, but posting it online knowing full well that it represents the iPhone 6s was, well, an excitable miscue. Then again, it was a just natural spur of the moment shot ..... okay, there was no excuse for it - ha!
The Mockery Begins …
The most sarcastic tweet of all is noted below. The sender took Cook's photo and photoshopped it into a billboard ad. If you have a sense of humor, then it was a good jab at Apple. Of course others won't see it that way.
The Verge writer covering the news got a little testy stating that "Tim Cook, who runs one of the world's most important companies and does not need this crap from any of you …" Well obviously some will disagree with that position. For those wanting to check more of the feedback to Cook's photo can do so here.
Update: February 9, 2016, 7:00 a.m.: Tim Cook's blurry photo was silently removed overnight. Thanks Tim - ha!