IPhone 11 Users Are Using Its Camera To Make Certain Things Look Much Bigger
The camera for the new iPhone 11 is getting rave reviews, but people have noticed that the wide angle and telephoto lenses can be put to good use when taking pictures of all sorts of things.
Obviously, the unsolicited d*** pic is rarely welcome, but for those times you want to share your privates with someone who wants to see them, the iPhone 11 Pro in particular is coming in extremely handy.
For example, should you want to make a banana look longer, you can utilise various angles and those extra lenses to your advantage. Do you see where I'm going with this?
The ultra wide iPhone camera gonna make my Tinder DMs littttt pic.twitter.com/y0Pd3G3uvK
- Jeremy Judkins (@jeremyjudkins) September 23, 2019
But of course, it's not just men who might want to make use of the new tricks to enlarge different parts of their body.
But that's not the only reason that the new iPhone's camera has been making headlines. With a wide camera, an ultra-wide camera and a telephoto camera all tucked up alongside each other on the back of the new devices, many people think there's a bit too much going on.
So much so for some people, if fact, that they're claiming it's triggered their trypophobia, a fear of irregular patterns or clusters of holes.
The cameras on Apple's new models also boast night mode so that you can see in the dark without using that pesky flash, along with a slo-mo setting for the front-facing camera, so that you can take slo-mo selfies (or 'slofies', as Apple is dubbing them).
Along with the improved cameras, the releases also promise a longer battery life, faster face recognition and Apple's new A13 chip, which the company says is the 'fastest GPU ever in a smartphone'.
In a post on the Apple website, the tech giant explained that genuine iPhone displays are 'designed, tested and manufactured for Apple quality and performance standards', and because of this it's important for 'certified technicians' to repair it, as they'll use genuine Apple display parts and will have completed official service training.
Featured Image Credit: Credit: Apple/JeremyJudkins