Steve Jobs’ daughter aims a not-too-subtle dig at Apple’s new iPhone 14.

The daughter of the late Steve Jobs threw some not-so-subtle shade at Apple’s new iPhone 14 at a product launch event on Wednesday, aptly named Far Out, which marked the launch of the device along with other new and improved products from the company.

After the launch, Eve Jobs shared a meme on her Instagram story that shows a photo of a man wearing a shirt that resembles the shirt he wore when Apple upgraded from the iPhone 13 to the iPhone 14 today declare. Caption was given with it.

The mocking meme shared by the youngest child of the former Apple CEO aligns with the widely shared opinion on social media that the company is offering an upgrade that is similar to the previous model, yet consumers are looking for it. are doing. are doing. Want to drop hundreds of dollars.

What’s special about the iPhone 14?
Users buying the Pro version of the new model will get the most benefits, which include a 48-megapixel camera with a faster A16 processor and a redesign of the notch at the top of the screen, turning it into an interface called Dynamic Island for short. It also has an always-on display which means notifications can be seen even when the phone is locked.

A car-crash feature similar to the latest Apple Watch and satellite connectivity that allows users to send SOS messages in case of an emergency. Consumers can also buy the Plus version of the phone with a larger 6.7-inch display but there is no Mini version available.

Among other improvements to the iPhone 13, the new model also gets longer battery life and a larger light sensor for low-light photography. Eve Jobs’ dig at critics elaborates that the standard iPhone 14 still has the same screen size refresh rate storage CPU and cameras as the iPhone 13, while the larger variant of the model is as yet unchanged size as the iPhone 13 Master Max.

Those who are not ready to spend on the Pro will also have to switch to the A15 processor of the previous model for some time. The iPhone 14 will be available for purchase from September 16 and the iPhone 14 Pro from October 7.

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