This guy deserves every ounce of scrutiny that he is getting. Forget the fact that this picture looks like it's wearing 4 inch thick glasses. How does one get on the field at the Super Bowl and the best vantage point they have is one that is forty yards away from any of the action? Even if this picture was crystal clear it would have been nothing more than a humble brag by Tim Cook. He could have used every single megapixel in that phone to the best of it's abilities, and this shot still wouldn't have been worthy of a retweet.
Instead he frivolously snapped a picture that was worthy of hundreds of retweets, because you can't promote your product at the Super Bowl, either knowingly or unknowingly, and do a terrible job of it. Everything is overly analyzed at the biggest sporting event of the year, and that includes the still shots taken from the smart phone of an executive for the most popular technological company in the world.
I'm just about the worst picture taker in iPhone history and even I haven't bungled an opportunity for a Kodak moment that badly. Jesus Christ Cooksy, at least have a little bit of a filter as to what is fit for public consumption. Maybe look at your screen before you publicize a flaw in your product to the entirety of your cunsomers. Either that or become chum for the people whose lives you've made exponentially easier...