Apple CEO Tim Cook Says He Saw an iPhone in This 346-Year-Old Painting
Historical records indicate the iPhone debuted in 2007.
But on a recent visit to the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Apple CEO Tim Cook saw what appeared to be an iPhone — in a painting from the 1600s.
The painting in question is Pieter de Hooch's "Man Hands a Letter to a Woman in a Hall." The letter in the painting is roughly the size and shape of an iPhone:
Cook does it for the LOLs, people. Of course, Apple's first-generation iPhone hit shelves in 2007 — not 1670.