Sunday, June 27, 2010
"The much-vaunted new iPhone 4 may be recalled, Apple boss Steve Jobs revealed last night.
Posting a message on the social networking site Twitter, the tycoon said: ‘We may have to recall the new iPhone. This I did not expect.’"
So turns out the same "Steve Jobs" also tweeted, " Just FaceTimed my wife. If you know what I mean" and "I heard the CEO of AT&T got married recently. The service was great but the reception was terrible" and "The unshaven unemployed population is starting to line up at Apple stores. Ugh, go stand outside a FedEx sort facility."
Umm.. the account (@ceoSteveJobs) is NOT really Steve Jobs, and had someone from Daily Mail spent a few minutes checking the same or even reading some of his other tweets, would have figured that out. Hell Twitter even bothers to "Verify" the accounts of celebrities just so people can figure out who the fakes are and who are the real deal! And if that isn't enough, the Bio of the of the account states, "I don't care what you think of me. You care what I think of you. Of course this is a parody account."
Maybe the reporter from Daily Mail didn't know what "Parody" meant?