When it comes to the iPhone’s camera capabilities, Apple isn’t shy about showing off just how good it is. In fact, it released a new ad campaign using images shot on the iPhone 6s just over a week ago.
However, CEO Tim Cook appears to be a little less skilled in the photography department. After last night’s Super Bowl 50 wrapped up, Cook posted a photo of the celebrations on the pitch… but it’s clearly out of focus.
New York, are you ready?
We’re building Momentum: an all killer, no filler event this November.
Granted, he probably got caught up in the festivities and was more interested in looking at real-life than his screen, but the internet isn’t a forgiving place and people are having a field day berating Cook’s photographic skills today.
@tim_cook was this pic taken with a toaster?
— Konstantinos (@KKaplanis) February 8, 2016
— Soju Boy Tell ‘Em (@andykoh_) February 8, 2016
— Timos Kouremenos (@timkour) February 8, 2016
— Joe Eich (@joeeichinger) February 8, 2016
.@tim_cook also u own apple lrn2 use burst mode for photos bb
— Dan Hendricks (@Dan_H) February 8, 2016
— Saffat Bokul (@MenaceSlinger) February 8, 2016
It is unclear whether the photo was taken on an iPhone 6s, 6s Plus or an iPad but we can safely assume it was an Apple device.
To be fair, his second shot was a little better.
➤ Tim Cook [Twitter]