American actor, rapper, entrepreneur, record producer, and radio and television personality, Nick Cannon, has tweeted about his love for his new Samsung Galaxy S6’s camera.
Cannon exclaims, “The camera on this phone is insane!”
Yes, yes it is, Nick, because it’s an iPhone.
Cannon’s tweet – you guessed it – came from an Apple iPhone.
The Echofon for Twitter app, for one example, reveals the origins of tweets, in this case, “Twitter for iPhone.” Cannon is certainly not the first, nor is he likely the last, to be caught – see related articles below.
This is emblematic of Samsung’s slipshod approach to pretty much everything. Samsung’s company motto ought to be: “Details, schmetails! Hey, it looks kinda like an Apple device!”
People with money don’t use pretend iPhones, they have real iPhones.
MacDailyNews Take: What does a cannon say? Oh, yeah: BOOM!
— I (@Mr1738) April 17, 2015
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “@ideez” for the heads up.]
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