Yesterday Apple officially unveiled its much-anticipated new lineup of iPhones, headlined by the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. While the all-new Pro models boast multiple updates, the standout feature is the triple-camera system.

To be expected, the new design has been met both with high praise and criticism, as the majority of the conversation surrounding the iPhone 11 Pro has revolved around the aesthetic of the three cameras on the back of the device. As with most things in popular culture these days, the 11 Pro and its triple-camera system are now being subjected to a slew of hilarious memes, the best of which we showcase below. Lmaooooo who made this ? ? #AppleEvent — #FreeBritney (@forbritbrit__) September 10, 2019

this is what u look like if u take a picture with iphone 11 pro max#AppleEvent

— K I M (@GalihoGalilei) September 10, 2019

iPhone 21 is better than iPhone 11#AppleEvent — ???????moonlight????????????? (@reputationabdus) September 10, 2019

iPhone 11 Pro cameras straight up look like my Philips Shaver!#AppleEvent #iPhone11

— Aman (@Aman2k19) September 11, 2019

My iPhone 11 Pro shipped early and I love it. — Alex ? (@alexmuench) September 11, 2019

New iPhone will have spiner function #AppleEvent

— ناصر الحربي‏ (@nsoory1020) September 10, 2019

Soo i got the iphone 11 Pro MAX.. — Ashraf (@Lifeofashraf) September 11, 2019


the new Iphone 11 pro:

— rose (@rosexnne) September 11, 2019

,,,,,,why does the iphone 11 pro’s camera look like a shocked face emoji #AppleEvent — ???? // ????? ?? ?? (@hazelnutziallxx) September 11, 2019

New iPhone 11 Pro

— Dom Caligan (@domcaligan) September 11, 2019

Ready to test the new iPhone 11 Pro — Tyler Stalman (@stalman) September 10, 2019

The three-eyed Raven #AppleEvent

— snowflex (@snowflex4) September 10, 2019

These new IPhone cameras look like dead lights from IT, I don’t trust this shit. #AppleEvent — ??? ??? (@YasmineSumman) September 10, 2019

Those new camera’s trigger my trypophobia and it’s no joke ? #AppleEvent

— 김남준 ? (@HappyBday_RM) September 10, 2019

#appleEvent The main upgrade with the iPhone 11 Pro is the camera. — BRGV (@brgvonline) September 11, 2019

The iPhone 11 Pro camera reminds me of the deadlights in Pennywise’s mouth

— Lizzie Lake ? (@LizzieBug24) September 11, 2019

Here come the IPhone 11 Pro#iPhone11Pro — Matthew Williams Photography (@MattheWilliamsP) September 11, 2019

When you're a Apple wannabe but can't afford the new iPhone 11 Pro Max ??#AppleEvent

— ℝT Պachine (@WhySooSerious) September 11, 2019

iPhone 11 pro cameras in the back looking like — Fany (@glamdollsteph) September 11, 2019

For more on Apple's iPhone 11 Pro, which is available for order beginning September 13, find out if the innovative camera design makes the device worthy of a purchase.

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