Apple on Tuesday launched 3 iPhone 11 models, two of them with triple rear camera setup, and a slow-motion selfie feature, housing stunning specifications to make you a near-perfect photographer. But who needs photography skills, when you have the knack of making fun of your inability of actually buying these phone?
Touted as the environment-friendly devices, iPhone 11 will start from $699, iPhone 11 Pro will start from $999 and iPhone 11 Pro Max will begin from $1,099 -- and for the unversed, iPhone 11 will start from a little over Rs 50,000 iPhone 11 Pro will start from a little less than Rs 72,000 and iPhone 11 Pro Max will begin from a little less than Rs 79,000.
So, they indeed are environment-friendly. Because, no gain (of the phone), no pain (of selling the kidney).
Oh no. We don't say this. The Twitterverse does.
Ever since the phones were launched, they became the butt of jokes and memes on Twitter. And what was the cherry on the butt? The triple camera. Aah! The (out)burst of creativity. No pun intended.
That's some genuine problem.
imagine someone trynna take a picture of u using their iPhone 11 pro and dont know which lense to look at pic.twitter.com/0XGRbzZl0Z— мαиαѕαנα тαн (@thebanono) September 11, 2019
And this one too.
The prices hurt way more than the thappad though.
Okay, give me the smile.
Nobody:— KING (@jackfrost8) September 11, 2019
iPhone 11 camera: pic.twitter.com/18Jhv2IO6r
The classic kidney meme.
Another one. Take that, Sitharaman.
The new iPhone 11 with its 3 cameras: pic.twitter.com/cyScTsDBRs— marisa (@virginmarix) September 11, 2019
THE WORST. THE WORST, we say.
I’m already calling “slofie” the worst word of 2019 #AppleEvent— Federico Viticci (@viticci) September 10, 2019
Okay, but this is bizarre.
Introducing the new iPhone 11: Milk Tea with Boba Edition. Also comes in less sweet less ice pic.twitter.com/5PUy1Hmt7w— WintermAllanMilkGreenTea (@BMJANTTH) September 11, 2019
But let's be reasonable. All Tim Cook wants us is to cook.
Okay. Sorry :D
By the bye, we have a winner.
Take a bow, Malala! (because we cannot gift you an iPhone 11)