US News Apple's Tim Cook tweeted a congratulatory message to Australia on its same-sex marriage vote -- using a New Zealand flag emoji

08:35  15 november  2017
08:35  15 november  2017 Source:   businessinsider.com.au

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Apple ' s Tim Cook tweeted a congratulatory message to Australia on its same - sex - marriage vote — using a New Zealand flag emoji . Cook , however, used the New Zealand flag in the tweet and had to replace it.

a congratulatory message to Australia on its same - sex marriage vote -- using a New Zealand flag emoji . Another important step toward equality for all,” he said. Unfortunately Cook managed to use the New — Tim Cook (@ tim _ cook ) November 15, 2017. To be fair, the flags are very similar.

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Social media is in a frenzy after Australia voted Yes in favour of marriage equality.

Celebrities, sportspeople and business people have come out in support of the vote on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Apple CEO Tim Cook also jumped on to welcome the result with a tweet.

a man talking on a cell phone © Provided by Business Insider Inc "Congratulations Australia! Another important step toward equality for all," he said.

Unfortunately Cook managed to use the New Zealand flag in the tweet, and had to replace it.

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Apple ' s Tim Cook tweeted a congratulatory message to Australia on its same - sex - marriage vote — using a New Zealand flag emoji . Social media is in a frenzy after Australians voted in favor of legalizing same - sex marriage .

To be fair, the Australian and New Zealand flags look very similar.

We got a screenshot of his initial post.

a screenshot of a cell phone © Provided by Business Insider Inc Here's his replacement tweet.

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