On a lighter note: Top 10 memes on Apple's iPhone 6 launch
As with any big event, social media was at its best when it came to giving a hilarious touch to the launch of iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the Watch on Tuesday night. Here is a selection of some of the best memes.Updated: Sep 11, 2014 13:39 IST
Apple had a strong showing on Tuesday night when it announced the launch of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Watch. As with any big global event, social media was at its hilarious best.
Here is a selection of some of the best memes:
Everyone knows how dismissive Steve Jobs was about big phones, right?
Looks like... Apple forgets.
(Credit: Twitter, @9gag)
But the internet... never forgets.
Battery kahan hai?
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus come loaded with all kinds of features and everything and all that. But. What about battery, dude? At least that's what Twitter was busy asking Tuesday night. Doesn't come as a surprise that competition didn't miss the chance to take the dig at Apple too.
*I can feel your heartbeat*
You've been thinking of the Enrique Iglesias song too, haven't you? The Apple Watch feature of sending heartbeats from one person to the other almost broke the internet - it was as if the funniest and creepiest thing people had ever heard.
And all other features that the Watch comes loaded with inspired brands to offer something unique^^ too.
You're late, Apple!
Let's be honest. There are *enough* big screen phones in the market and this is bound to happen.
We all have faith in Twitter. We all saw this coming.
(Credit: Twitter, @RonAmadeo)
Meet Tommy Krul, the Co-Founder of game studio, 'Super Evil Megacorp' (yes that's what they call themselves). He's a cool guy. But that shawl, man. That shawl.
The irony of a giant 'Super Evil Megacorp' logo at Apple event was also quite delicious.
Pretentiously yours, earpods.
(Credit: Twitter, @NigelBritto)
We don't really need to say much here, do we?
(Credit: Twitter, @Fwiz)
So, what would it take to have enough money to buy one of these? One kidney? Both kidneys?
Okay. Enough with the kidney jokes, please.