Apple users upset with new iPhone 15's 'Innovation'VIRAL TRENDS
Smartphone fans have been griping about Apple’s new devices since the arguably anti-climactic announcement of the forthcoming iPhone 15 on Tuesday.
On X (formerly Twitter), users have gone so far as to claim “innovation died with Steve Jobs,” the co-founder and former Apple CEO who died in 2011 from cancer at the age of 56
The new iPhones, slated to drop on Sept. 22, feature never-before-seen color-infused glass — an “industry first” — and new charging ports.
While the display size is comparable to the 14, the 15’s titanium design makes it their “lightest weight Pro models yet,” Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote on X.
But the improved dual camera system, overall enhanced performance, and expanded safety features aren’t enough to amateur online critics who claim the iPhone 15 models lack enough
@setharp27 on X“Apple’s innovation died with Steve Jobs.”
@RyanRozbiani on X“Meet the new Apple iPhone 13, I mean 14, no sorry 15!”
Kaiann Drance, Apple’s VP of Worldwide iPhone Product Marketing, insists the updated smartphone models are “a huge leap forward” in innovation, according to the company’s p
But some Apple zealots are rejoicing over a reportedly customizable action button where the mute switch once was.
If true, the new feature, according to MacRumors, would greatly differentiate the iPhone 15 from past models, allowing users the capability to “access various functions and setti
Although, it doesn’t seem to be enough for unsatisfied customers on X.
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