It’s not new for other phone companies ( Google Pixel Team) to make fun of Apple by making jokes about iPhones, but it’s still funny. A recent tweet did show that this is also exactly what Google has really.
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, did post a tweet with the hashtag #TakeNote that looks at changes coming to the iPad. Google Pixel Team is using this as a chance to promote the Pixel 7 by retweeting the message and making fun of Apple (iPhones). They said that if you can use #TeamPixel, you could feel even closer to your favorite NBA team. But here’s the twist: it was actually the iPhone that sent the tweet.
After several people saw the “Twitter for iPhone” branding at the bottom of the tweet. Even the well-known tech YouTuber Marques Brownlee retweeted it. A YouTuber pointed out that Gal Gadot, who is a brand ambassador for Huawei, made a similar point a few years ago when she did tweet a Huawei ad from her iPhone. Soon after that, the well-known person did stop him.
Google did take down the tweet it did send from an iPhone. Post a new one from the Twitter website. The new tweet is the first place in response to Tim Cook’s advertising.
It’s important to keep in mind that an employee’s choice of a smartphone shouldn’t affect the company they work for. Workers have the same freedom as everyone else to use their own devices. But if you’re going to make a post to promote something, make it look good.