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‘iPhone’ Spotted In 17th Century Painting

People claim to have discovered evidence of time travel after noticing what appears to be an iPhone in a 17th century painting.


The painting by Dutch painter Pieter de Hooch, which depicts a household scenario against the backdrop of one of Amsterdam’s canals, has even spiked the interest of Apple CEO Tim Cook, who joked that his business may not have invented the phone after all. 
The alleged iPhone is seen in the hands of a man standing to the right of the image, preparing to pass it to a woman seated in a chair.

iPhone' spotted in 350-year-old painting as Apple CEO admits he's surprised - Mirror Online


Tim Cook was asked about the painting during a press conference, and joked that he was “not so sure” the business produced the phone. Cook stated: “There was an iPhone in one of the paintings. It’s tough to see but I swear it’s there.”

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