The New iPhone Is Triggering People's Trypophobia
The new iPhone has been unveiled, and it's triggering people's trypophobia.
Trypophobia is an aversion to the sight of irregular patterns or clusters of small holes or bumps. People with trypophobia have expressed a combination of disgust and fear when looking at images like the lotus seedheads, the honeycomb, or the new iPhone.
Since Apple has revealed its new product, people have been speaking out. The way they've packed the three cameras together is triggering people's trypophobia causing them discomfort. Check out some of the reactions:
the 3 lens iPhone is giving me trypophobia pic.twitter.com/pgv0HvSPV9— Tanya Chen (@Tanya_Chen) September 10, 2019
New iPhone 11 giving me trypophobia feeling. Donât be flexing that ugly ass phone around me if you buy it. ?? pic.twitter.com/UGY3GZreiL— itsjudythenerddd (@itsjudythenerd) September 11, 2019