Warren Buffett, Apple's first iPhone game in over a decade stars
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Warren Buffett, Apple’s first iPhone game in over a decade stars

Famous Brand Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has got a surprise arrival at Berkshire Hathaway’s (which is an American multinational conglomerate holding company) annual get together meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, the United States over the weekend, where he announced- he is thrilled- have a sudden feeling of excitement that billionaire Warren Buffett is an investor in the iPhone maker.

In fact,according to the news- At the beginning of the shareholder get together meeting, Tim Cook made a cameo appearance in a humorous short film in which Buffett visits a top-secret lab at Apple’s brand to try to come up with creative ideas for an app and other creations or originations, involving a time machine where Buffett tells his childhood self to buy Apple stock.

Apple CEO, Tim Cook eventually proposes a newspaper-tossing iPhone game. According to the Omaha World-Herald newspaper, Buffett was a childhood newspaper carrier who for years held newspaper-tossing rises in difficulty as players make their way from Omaha to Apple’s hometown of Cupertino, California, involving a visit to Apple Park.

However, the game’s developer is listed as Wildlife Designs Inc. on the App Store; the app is copyrighted, maintained, and operated by Apple as per to its terms and conditions, creating this the first game Apple has originated for the iPhone since Texas Holdem back when the App Store launched in 2008, stated in a news.

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