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Did Sean Connery (James Bond) Write To Steve Jobs That Doing Ad For Apple Would Be 'Quicker Way To Destroy Career? Heres The Truth Behind The Fake Letter

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Did James Bond aka Sean Connery send a typewritten letter to Steve Jobs in 1998 refusing to be in an Apple ad? A picture of a letter allegedly typewritten by Sean Connery to Steve Jobs, dipped in arrogance and hate has been doing rounds on social media. The letter calls Steve Jobs a mere "computer salesmen" compared with Sean Connery. It also contains a little 007 at the low-right corner. The letter also stresses on how doing an ad for Apple or as it is referred to in the letter "selling the soul for Apple" is a "quicker way to destroy" career. A little bit of research shows that this letter was published in a 2011 article titled "EXPOSED: The iMac disaster that almost was”. It was published by a satirical news website that writes fake stories about Apple. The supposed humour site caters to a specific type of humour loving population. Scoopertino describes itself as "an imaginary news organization devoted to ferreting out the most relevant stories in the world of Apple, whether or not they actually occurred”. Therefore this letter was merely created to take a dig and was all imagination at the end of the day. However, the screenshots of this easily-believable letter are still floating around social media and are being used out of context. The letter is absolutely fake and was created to generate humour.
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