The late Steve Jobs’ daughter Eve has gently mocked Apple’s release of their new highly-anticipated iPhone 14 using an internet meme.
Eve, 23, reacted to Wednesday’s announcement by throwing some shade at the company’s latest release.
Together with a photo of a middle-aged man buying exactly the same shirt as the one he was wearing, the Stanford graduate, who is Job’s youngest child reposted a meme from the WallStBets account: ‘Me upgrading from iPhone 13 to iPhone 14 after Apple’s announcement today.’
Eve Jobs is pictured taking a selfie in a bathroom mirror using her iPhone 13
‘Bro they just be releasing the same thing over and over again,’ wrote one commenter.
‘Apple released the same phone with barely marginal improvements again?’ enquired another as to the meme’s meaning.
‘It’s not the same since it continues costing you more money,’ explained another.
Earlier on Wednesday, Apple gave more details regarding the iPhone 14 which has satellite connectivity that will let users send satellite SOS messages if they’re caught in an emergency without service.
The service launches in November, two months after the new smartphone hits the market on September 16.
The phone was the closing item in Apple CEO Tim Cook’s annual product event that also revealed the Apple Watch Ultra designed specifically for ‘extreme athletes.’
iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus come in five eye-catching colors: midnight, starlight, blue, purple and product red
iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, which boasts a 6.7-inch screen, come in five colors: midnight, starlight, blue, purple and red.
iPhone 14 starts at $1399 and will go up to $1,899 which is much lower than rumors had predicted.
Preorders start September 9. iPhone 14 will be available on September 16 and iPhone 14 Plus releases October 7.
Rumors about the tech giant partnering with a satellite internet company surfaced earlier this month, but on Wednesday those speculations became a reality.
‘Since satellites are moving rapidly through space, iPhone will show you where to point to maintain your connection — and avoid obstructions such as mountains and heavy foliage,’ Apple stated on its website.
The company states on its website that once the iPhone is connected to a satellite, it automatically sends a message, your location, Medical ID (if set up) and the amount battery left on your device to the nearest 911 dispatcher.