Wednesday May 25, 2016

Apple CEO Saw An iPhone In A 350-Year-Old Painting

During the Start-up Fest event in Amsterdam, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he saw an iPhone in a 350 year old painting. If you see a man handing a woman a letter, you'd be right. That also happens to be the name of the painting, so it is doubtful that it is an iPhone. Now, had the name of the painting been something like "you're holding it wrong" or "it's impossible to decrypt an iPhone," it would be more believable. wink

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"Do you happen to know Tim, where and when the iPhone was invented?" Kroes asked Cook on stage. The Apple chief executive explained that in one painting at the museum he thought he saw the subject holding an iPhone. "You know, I thought I knew until last night. Last night Neelie took me over to look at some Rembrandt and in one of the paintings I was so shocked. There was an iPhone in one of the paintings," Cook jokingly explained.