Apple launched iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11, Pro Max, last week leading to a lot of talks on the internet. Among various features of the phones, iPhone 11 Pro's camera is what caught the fancy of social media users. The phone's camera with three lenses was compared with anything and everything under the sun. From coconut, induction cooktop to bubble tea, the camera's lenses resulted in some funny memes and hilarious jokes on Twitter. However as the hype has died down, it now seems that the durability of the phone is to be questioned. Twitter user Ben Geskin took has shared a picture of broken Apple iPhone 11 Pro. The photo shows the broken lenses of the camera and the shattered back cover. As the picture went viral, Twitter users couldn't stop wondering what went wrong. Malala Yousafzai Trolls Apple iPhone 11 Pro Design, Compares the Camera With Her Dress Pattern (Check Funny Tweet)
Ben tweeted the picture with the caption, "Okay, if you wondered, this is how cracked iPhone 11 Pro looks like." The tweet has over 10,500 retweets, 13,500 likes and comments with varying reactions continue to pour in. While some hilariously send him condolences messages, others genuinely expressed how bad they felt about the broken phone. Comments like 'That’s just painful to look at', 'That's gonna be expensive to repair' has filled the comments section. Meanwhile, some questioned if it was not made of the strongest glass according to their claims. Apple iPhone 11 Funny Memes and Jokes: From Trypophobia to Fidget Spinners Check Best Tweets on The New iPhone Series.
Here is The Picture of Broken Apple iPhone 11 Pro:
Okay, if you wondered, this is how cracked iPhone 11 Pro looks like pic.twitter.com/tHAv5OoPan
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) September 20, 2019
How it Feels!
....And this is how it feels like pic.twitter.com/Wpd5KvM4LT
— Jitendra Soni (@jdsoni7) September 20, 2019
Is That What Happened?
Well, Not Sure If That Will Work For This One! (It's a Joke)
Put it in rice.
— Sheeta Verma (@sheetaverma) September 20, 2019
Glass is glass and glass breaks. And Apple said “toughest glass” not “unbreakable glass” (which wouldn’t be glass in that case)
— Apple Software Updates (@AppleSWUpdates) September 20, 2019
We Are Sure This Did Not Happen:
An Apt Representation!
When I Realise My 1-Week Old Phone Just Broke:
This is how a toughest glass ever used on an iphone breaks 😶🙄
— Abhishek Chandra (@Abhishe41647589) September 20, 2019
After launching the latest iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max last Thursday, Apple has now started taking pre-orders on its official online store. The iPhone 11 starts at USD 699 and the iPhone 11 Pro costs USD 999 onwards, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max costs USD 1,099 for the base model. Meanwhile, shipping for the pre-orders will begin from September 20. The newest iPhone 11 lineup will be available from September 27 in India.