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Published 11:24 am PDT, Wednesday, September 11, 2019
- Apple announced the new iPhone 11 on Tuesday — it’s the first iPhone released since Apple design chief Jony Ive left in July.
- The iPhone 11 has two cameras, and the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max have three cameras.
- Some people on Twitter are saying the clustered camera pattern triggers their trypophobia — a fear of clustered holes.
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The iPhone 11 has two cameras stacked atop one another, and the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max both sport three cameras, arranged in a triangle. As soon as the new iPhones were revealed on Tuesday, a flood of tweets poured forth remarking on the design’s potential to unnerve trypophobes, as people affected by trypophobia are known.
It’s not clear if these tweets indicate that the iPhone 11 is genuinely triggering people with trypophobia, or are simply a reflection of all the hyperbole and jokes in the Twitter echo chamber. Whatever the case, the iPhone 11 trypohobia connection is now a meme that’s gaining currency.
Check out the reactions of trypophobes to the iPhone 11, and learn more about trypophobia, below.
The internet has declared the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro to be trypophobia triggers.
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