Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, changed his name on Twitter to resemble the place where he works in his day to day. Now, Tim Apple on Twitter, Tim Cook changed his name after a meeting with President Trump and the American Workforce Policy Advisory group. Tim Cook changed his name on Twitter after the President took to calling him Tim Apple in his appreciation of the work Apple has done recently for Americans. Tim Cook didn’t spell out the word, “apple,” though for his Twitter name. Shortly after the news went viral on social media, many Twitter users started to notice Tim Cook changed his name. He used what President Trump said to him when thanking him and Apple for their work in the tech industry. Tim Cook went to Tim Apple, but the apple is actually the Apple logo. For many iOS and MacOS users, they can see it on Tim Cook’s Twitter page but for those without Apple devices, it can’t be seen. Many Android users and Windows users went to Tim Cook’s Twitter page to find a box with an X through it or some image, not in the English language.
Trump just called Apple CEO Tim Cook “Tim Apple” pic.twitter.com/gTHHtjWvc9
— Sean O'Kane (@sokane1) March 6, 2019
Tim Cook and the rest of the tech industry have been at odds with President Trump. So, it’s no surprise the CEO of Apple slyly took to poking fun at his slip up. Some claim the wrong last name was passed to the President. The President was meant to thank both Tim Cook and Apple with a hyphen between both Tim and Apple. Unfortunately, it did not get communicated as such. It’s alright though, as Tim Cook took some time to get a good laugh at it all and cool some tensions between the President and the tech industry. If there was anything missed in this article, please post below down in the comments. As always keep keeping on!