The new iPhone 11 Pro, announced by Apple on Tuesday, has three cameras.
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  • Apple announced the new iPhone 11 on Tuesday - it's the first iPhone released since Apple design chief Jony Ive left in July.
  • The iPhone 11 has two cameras, and the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max have three cameras.
  • People on Twitter can't stop chuckling about the camera-heavy phone's resemblance to other things - like bowling balls, coconuts, stoves, spiders, and Pikachu.
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Apple announced the new iPhone 11 on Tuesday, and Twitter is having a field day making fun of the phone's camera-heavy design.

The iPhone 11 has two cameras stacked atop one another, and the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max both sport three cameras, arranged in a triangle. Given Apple's history of making sleek, elegant gadgets, the new phones struck many people as looking decidedly clunky. Some joked that the design was reminiscent of unglamorous objects, from stoves and spiders to bowling balls and... Pikachu.

The iPhone 11 is the first iPhone to be announced since since the departure of longtime Apple design chief Jony Ive in July.

Check out 13 comparisons Twitter has for the iPhone 11 camera design:


The new iPhone 11 has two cameras, and the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max have three cameras.

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Twitter just can't help seeing the Pro cameras as other things ...


Like a bowling ball.


Or Superman's enemy Brainiac.


Some see a fidget spinner.


And an electric shaver.


One person even compared the phone to the monsters in hazmat suits in the film "Monsters, Inc."


There's a certain resemblance to a Furby.


And Pikachu.


All those shiny cameras might also bring to mind a spider.


Or the Little Green Men from Toy Story.


It's a phone, no, it's a stovetop.


The phone's camera layout reminded a lot of people of a stove.


But you can't really cook a stir fry with an iPhone...yet.

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