If you hadn't heard already, 2019 is the Year of the Phone Butt and Apple's latest release is no exception.
Along with the iPhone Pro and and Pro Max, Apple just officially announced a more budget-friendly 2019 device — the iPhone 11. Unlike the name of its biggest sibling, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, its moniker is simple. Elegant, even. Here's how much it's going to cost you in Australia, and when you can get it.
There were a lot of takeaways from Apple's huge event but one of the biggest was how memeable the iPhone 11's camera bump was. Fixed to the top left-hand side of the iPhone 11's rear is a camera bump so damn thicc, it was impossible for the internet not to notice.
The new triple lens camera, found on the upcoming iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, looks strange because while 2018's camera also stuck out, it didn't have three googly eyes bunched together.
Apple alone is to blame for this reaction.
— Aybike (@kedigezegenii) September 10, 2019
New iPhone 11 Pro's cameras be like pic.twitter.com/CT0iqyj2ly
— Aero (@ActualAero) September 10, 2019
honestly the new iphone camera isn’t that bad guys pic.twitter.com/2Ti7Wz1xpA
— ???????????????? ???? - kny spoilers (@deidaranojutsu) September 10, 2019
why do the new iPhone cameras look like that alien from Chicken Little pic.twitter.com/Prg1N2arof
— Jack Hardy (@jackhardyy_) September 11, 2019
— Husnain Ali (@husnain498) September 10, 2019
— Kidambi Srikanth (@SriKidambi_FC) September 11, 2019
Someone with an iPhone 11: “Smile! Look at the camera!”
— Sarah Samynathan (@sarahsamynathan) September 10, 2019
— Karan Sheth (@karantlytweetin) September 10, 2019
— Rahul singh (@Rahulsingh_fact) September 10, 2019
Never change internet, never change.
Image: Jonas Daehnert on Twitter It's phone leak season, and this year Google has even been getting in on the fun by leaking its own stuff because why not? While the latest image to hit the web isn't from Google itself, it sure is striking fear into the hearts of Pixel fans.