Steve Jobs' daughter Eve mocks Apple for 'releasing the same thing over and over again' as it launches iPhone 14

Eve shared a meme that showed a middle-aged man buying the same shirt as the one he is wearing

Steve Jobs' daughter Eve mocks Apple for 'releasing the same thing over and over again' as it launches iPhone 14
Eve Jobs mocks Apple's new iPhone 14 for being identical to the previous model (Photo via PASCAL LE SEGRETAIN/GETTY IMAGES and Eve Jobs/Instagram)
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NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: Eve Jobs, the daughter of the late Steve Jobs, used an online meme to subtly ridicule Apple's introduction of the much-anticipated iPhone 14.

Eve, 23, responded to the news on Wednesday by criticizing the business' most recent product. The Stanford graduate, who is Job's youngest kid, shared a meme from the WallStBets account that said, "Me upgrading from iPhone 13 to iPhone 14 after Apple's announcement today," along with a picture of a middle-aged man purchasing the exact same outfit as the one he was wearing.

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"Bro they just be releasing the same thing over and over again," wrote one user. "Apple released the same phone with barely marginal improvements again?" enquired another as to the meme's meaning. "It’s not the same since it continues costing you more money," explained another.

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Steve Jobs' daughter Eve has mocked Apple's release of it's iPhone 14 by reposting a meme of a man buying the exact same shirt he was wearing (Photo via Eve Jobs/Instagram)
Steve Jobs' daughter Eve has mocked Apple's release of it's iPhone 14 by reposting a meme of a man buying the exact same shirt he was wearing (Photo via Eve Jobs/Instagram)

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More information on iPhone 14's satellite connectivity, which enables users to send satellite SOS messages in case of an emergency without service, was provided by Apple earlier on Wednesday. Two months after the new smartphone's September 16 release, in November, the service becomes live. During Apple CEO Tim Cook's annual product event, which also unveiled the Apple Watch Ultra created especially for "extreme athletes," the phone was the final item.

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New iPhone 14 (Photo via official apple website)
New iPhone 14 (Photo via official apple website)

There are five colours available for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, which has a 6.7-inch screen: midnight, starlight, blue, purple, and red. Much less expensive than anticipated, the iPhone 14 will start at $1,399 and go as high as $1,899. Preordering begins on September 9. The iPhone 14 launches on September 16 and the iPhone 14 Plus debuts on October 7.

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This month, there have been rumours regarding the IT giant working with a satellite internet provider; on Wednesday, those rumours were confirmed.

"Since satellites are moving rapidly through space, iPhone will show you where to point to maintain your connection — and avoid obstructions such as mountains and heavy foliage," Apple stated on its website. 

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According to the company's website, as soon as your iPhone is connected to a satellite, it automatically sends information to the closest 911 dispatcher, including your location, Medical ID (if configured), and how much battery life is left in the device.

The smartphone, according to the tech giant, has a "excellent new camera system" with an enhanced 12 megapixel primary camera that has a sensor bigger than the smartphone's forerunner. The smartphones include improved internal designs for greater thermal performance, a sleek aerospace-grade aluminium design with five finishes, and a Ceramic Shield on the front cover to shield the internal components from spills, water, and dust. 

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