Steve Jobs’ daughter mocks the iPhone 14 series

A few hours ago, officially released its latest iPhone series, the iPhone 14 series. Since the launch of this series, there have been a lot of comments on the series. This series has four models including the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. However, it turns out that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus does not have real upgrades that users were looking forward to. The iPhone 14 standard version still uses last year’s A15 Bionic chip. In addition, it comes with a notch as well as a 12MP main camera. We can say that the new iPhone 14 basic models are almost the same as the iPhone 13. 

Eve, Steve Job's daughter

Eve throws a jab at the iPhone 14 for not improving

Even Eve, the daughter of founder Steve Jobs, shared similar sentiments, mocking the latest iPhone 14 phone on Instagram. Eve shared a meme on Instagram showing how easy it was to upgrade to a new phone. She said on Instagram. 

“Me upgrading from iPhone 13 to iPhone 14 after ’s announcement today.” The caption comes with an image of a man holding a new shirt (which he just bought) that looks the same as the one he’s wearing.

iPhone 14 series

She is not the only person making fun of for not significantly upgrading from the previous model. The iPhone 14 standard model does not come with significant upgrades. The design is technically the same as the previous generation. Thus, it will be very difficult to tell the difference between the two at first glance. Also, it comes with the same old processor and uses the same 60Hz refresh rate screen as the iPhone 13.

Thus, it may not make any sense for an iPhone 13 user to “upgrade” to iPhone 14. However, upgrading to the iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max makes sense. This is also one of the reasons why did not increase the starting price of the iPhone 14 series in its major markets (U.S. and China).

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