ICYMI, Apple has finally dropped an official look at its new iPhone 11. And while tech junkies are practically losing their shit over the phone’s new specs, Twitter casuals can’t help but notice one glaring design flaw: Those triple lenses are a trigger for people with trypophobia.
— เพนนีขี้ตกใจ (@OH_Peny) September 10, 2019
This #iPhone11 got my trypophobia actin up like a muhfucka.
Y’all can keep this 3 eyed demon phone.
I’m good. pic.twitter.com/83tqZtSPOR
— juice wayne (@visecs) September 10, 2019
New iPhone 11 giving me trypophobia feeling. Don’t be flexing that ugly ass phone around me if you buy it. 🤢🤮 pic.twitter.com/UGY3GZreiL
— itsjudythenerddd (@itsjudythenerd) September 11, 2019
— donbosconovitch (@donbosconovitch) September 10, 2019
the iphone 11’s cameras makes me wanna throw up. I HAVE TRYPOPHOBIA, PLS MAKE A NEW DESIGN
— HOLLAND IS SEEING DAY6 IN NY (@sanstoast) September 10, 2019
Trypophobia is defined as ‘an aversion to the sight of irregular patterns or clusters of small holes, or bumps’. No one exactly knows what triggers our disgust, but scientists have theorized that the human body associates the images with diseases and illnesses.