Apple has recently launched their latest batch of iPhones: the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.
Though every model of Apple is eye-catching, the company is trading everything on their brand new jewel in the Apple’s crown – the iPhone X – which is considered as a revolutionary leap in the market.
However, Indians are discussing the launch of the iPhone X in an entirely different perspective. Few are impressed with the latest feature iPhone X has promised while many went depressed with the price tag of the same.
We bet these puns and hilarious trolls will make you get hold of your breath while laughing.
1. When you can’t afford the new iPhone
When you can’t afford the new iPhone pic.twitter.com/vgKWGspN2Q
— Anurag Verma (@kitAnurag) September 12, 2017
2. The only Apple event I’ve seen
— ㅤ ㅤ (@firkiii) September 12, 2017
3. When iPhone X will see Indian faces
So the iPhone X will unlock with facial recognition instead of home button. I feel sorry for iPhone X already. pic.twitter.com/mCRn1gYLUT
— Vaibhav Vishal (@ofnosurnamefame) September 12, 2017
4. When you finally buy the iPhone
— Sagnik Misra (@Sangy_Sagnik) September 12, 2017
5. When Amitabh Bachchan was the first to use the face-id feature
Amitabh Bachchan trying to unlock his phone pic.twitter.com/dVNMBlDK3R
— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) September 12, 2017
6. When you get to know the price
Pic 1: When they announce the features of new iPhone
Pic 2: When they announce the price pic.twitter.com/x02PBQvOoC
— Ojas. (@Ojasism) September 12, 2017
7. Abhishek Bachchan behind Apple’s innovation
Hit films of Abhishek Bachchan. pic.twitter.com/j2vS6Jc9eG
— Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) September 12, 2017
8. When you want an iPhone
— Catty. (@CatWomaniya) September 12, 2017
9. When the price is too high
89,000 for iPhone X
— Akshay Jain (@AkshayKatariyaa) September 12, 2017
10. When you want to unlock your friend’s iPhone
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) September 12, 2017
11. Kamal Hassan: Man with several faces
I think FaceID will be pretty useful to 99.9999% of people. Basically everyone except Kamal Haasan.
— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) September 12, 2017