You probably never thought that Nike would endorse a shoe brand that you never thought would end up being associated with you.

In fact, the company did not even know about the shoe until it had made its first appearance on the cover of GQ magazine back in 2010.

Since then, Nike has been promoting the iconic sneaker by offering exclusive merchandise, a social media campaign, and a new series of videos that feature its iconic logo and logo colors.

But Nike was not the only one with an interest in the company’s brand.

In a move that seemed to be designed to be ironic at the time, Apple took a page from Nike’s playbook and had its own shoe advertisement, featuring the company in a red, white and blue color scheme.

In a new video released on Sunday, Apple appears to be attempting to make an even more bizarre endorsement.

In the video, which is titled “The Truth About Nike”, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook appears to sign off on a pair of sneakers while holding up a Nike logo.

The clip features a large white banner reading “Nike, Your Partner in Design” with the word “NIKES” printed on the side.

The phrase “Your Partner in Innovation” appears underneath the logo in red, black and white letters.

The phrase was written by a prominent fashion designer, who used the word to explain his desire to make Nike products better.

The company’s first Nike shoe advertisement The video was created by designer Jeremy Stirling and features the silhouette of the Nike Air Max One, which was released in 2013.

Apple has since used Stirling’s sneaker designs in the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Watch Series 3.

The Nike shoe is not the first time Apple has used a Nike product.

Last year, Apple used a pair to make the cover cover of the fashion magazine WWD.

In 2016, Apple launched the “Nix” smartphone.