Apple CEO spots "iPhone" in 350 year old Dutch painting

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Apple boss Tim Cook is pretty sure he spotted an iPhone in a 350 year old painting while visiting the Rijksmuseum with former current Dutch Startup Ambassador Neelie Kroes on Monday, the two said at the on Tuesday, CNBC reports.

"I always thought I knew when the iPhone was invented, but now I'm not so sure anymore", Cook said at the event.

The painting in question is titled Man Hands a Letter to a Woman in a Hall. It was painted by Dutch painter Pieter de Hooch in 1670, though Cook seemed to think it was a Rembrandt painting. The letter in the painting kind of look like an iPhone with some imagination.