Monday, February 8, 2016

Well, this is awkward..... [Upated]

iPhones have always been regarded as having great cameras. Microsoft's Lumia phones are almost always considered the best and the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy line are usually 2nd or 3rd depending on who's writing the review.  Apple CEO Tim Cook did iPhone camera’s and extreme disservice while attending Super Bowl 50 last night by posting this tweet.

[Update] Tim Cook's tweet has been taken down but with everything on the internet, it'll live on forever

While many of us are guilty of taking bad pictures with our cell phone the culprit usually is a fingerprint on the lens that makes the pic cloudy, rushing to snap the picture and the camera hasn’t focused, poor lighting, etc.  The only problem with this is that we are normal everyday civilians and not the CEO of the most valuable company in the world.

As the CEO of Apple Tim Cook should have thought twice about what picture he’s posting on twitter because if it’s not perfect, he’s going to hear about it.  And the fans let him have it with comments about using an iPhone 6 without Optical Image Stabilization OIS (the iPhone 6s plus has OIS but the 6s does not) to taking the picture with an iPad (horrendous party foul anytime you’re the guy taking pictures with a tablet) and many more comments.

I have to respect Tim Cook though, he hasn’t deleted the tweet when many others would have.
Check out some of the negative tweets below.

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