This photo wonderfully captures why Diwali is called the Festival of Lights. Have a great holiday… https://t.co/rCBGLeVepe
– Tim Cook (@tim_cook) 1666577946000
This year, Cook did not share the iPhone model he was photographed with, unlike previous years. However, it is more likely that the photo was taken on Apple’s latest generation iPhone, the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
“Wishing a happy and safe Diwali to all those celebrating around the world. May the Festival of Lights fill your home with happiness and health. Beautiful photos by #ShotOniPhone13ProMax’s @coffeekarma”, Apple CEO tweeted during Diwali 2021. The photo shared by Cook in 2021 was taken by photographer Gursimran Basra.
Wishing a happy and safe Diwali to all those celebrating around the world. May the Festival of Lights fill your home… https://t.co/xF4dbFM4bK
– Tim Cook (@tim_cook) 1635990355000
“Wish everyone Congratulations Diwali! May the light of this festival bring warmth, health and happiness to you and your family. This stunning photo is #ShotOniPhone12ProMax by Rohit Vohra (IG:rohit_apf),” Cook tweeted in 2020.
Wishing everyone a happy Diwali! May the light of this festival bring warmth, health and happiness to you and your… https://t.co/Y8dXtUw8kc
– Tim Cook (@tim_cook) 1605320465000
Apeksha Maker is the co-founder of the Mumbai-based company’s studio ‘The House of Pixels’. She is known for her iPhone clicked photos. She Instagram accounts with photos taken on different iPhone generations. She recently shared an image taken on the iPhone 14 Pro Max on her Instagram account, so it’s more likely that the photo Tim Cook shared was taken from the same phone.