Steve Jobs daughter, Eve mocks Apple iPhone 14 suggesting it’s the same as the previous model

The daughter of the late Steve Jobs, Eve, has gently mocked Apple’s launch of its long-awaited new iPhone 14 using an internet meme.

Eve, 23, reacted to Wednesday’s announcement by casting some shade over the company’s latest release.

Along with a photo of a middle-aged man buying the exact same shirt he was wearing, the Stanford graduate, who is Job’s youngest son, reposted a meme from the WallStBets account: “Me upgrading from iPhone 13 to iPhone 14 after Apple’s”. today’s announcement.

Steve Jobs’ daughter Eve mocked Apple’s launch of her iPhone 14 by reposting a meme of a man buying the exact same shirt he was wearing.

Eve Jobs is photographed taking a selfie in a bathroom mirror using her iPhone 13

Eve Jobs is photographed taking a selfie in a bathroom mirror using her iPhone 13

A person holds up new iPhone 14 models at an Apple event on the campus of Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California, on Wednesday.

A person holds up new iPhone 14 models at an Apple event on the campus of Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, on Wednesday.

“Brother they are just throwing the same thing over and over again,” one commenter wrote.

‘Did Apple release the same phone with only marginal improvements again?’ asked another about the meaning of the meme.

‘It’s not the same as it still costs you more money,’ another explained.

Eve is the youngest of the late Apple founder's three children with Laurene Powell Jobs (Steve and Laurene pictured in March 2010)

Eve is the youngest of the late Apple founder’s three children with Laurene Powell Jobs (Steve and Laurene pictured in March 2010)

Eve has embarked on a modeling career.  Earlier this year, the blonde beauty was spotted attending the Louis Vuitton Womenswear Fall/Winter 2022/2023 at Paris Fashion Week.

Eve has embarked on a modeling career. Earlier this year, the blonde beauty was spotted attending the Louis Vuitton Womenswear Fall/Winter 2022/2023 at Paris Fashion Week.

Earlier on Wednesday, Apple gave more details about the iPhone 14 which has satellite connectivity that will allow users to send satellite SOS messages if they find themselves in an emergency without service.

The service launches in November, two months after the new smartphone hits the market on September 16.

The phone was the closing item at Apple CEO Tim Cook’s annual product event, which also revealed the Apple Watch Ultra designed specifically for “extreme athletes.”

iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus come in five eye-catching colors: Midnight, Starlight, Blue, Purple, and Product Red.

iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus come in five eye-catching colors: Midnight, Starlight, Blue, Purple, and Product Red.

iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, which features a 6.7-inch display, come in five colors: Midnight, Starlight, Blue, Purple, and Red.

The iPhone 14 starts at $1,399 and will go up to $1,899, which is much lower than rumors predicted.

Pre-orders start on September 9. The iPhone 14 will be available on September 16 and the iPhone 14 Plus will launch on October 7.

Rumors about the tech giant’s partnership with a satellite internet company surfaced earlier this month, but on Wednesday those speculations came true.

“Since satellites move quickly through space, iPhone will show you where to point to maintain your connection and avoid obstructions like mountains and dense foliage,” Apple stated on its website.

The company states on its website that once the iPhone is connected to a satellite, it automatically sends a message, your location, Medical ID (if configured), and the amount of battery remaining in your device to the nearest 911 dispatcher. .

The iPhone 14 family connects directly to a satellite by showing you where to point your smartphone, allowing you to send a

The iPhone 14 family connects directly to a satellite by showing you where to point your smartphone, allowing you to send a “custom short text” created by an algorithm that shares the emergency message in just 15 seconds.

Apple introduced its new iPhone 14 at its annual product event held at its Apple Park Cupertino, California campus.  Hundreds of people attended the event and got a closer look at the new smartphone

Apple introduced its new iPhone 14 at its annual product event held at its Apple Park Cupertino, California campus. Hundreds of people attended the event and got a closer look at the new smartphone

The tech giant said the smartphone has an “incredible new camera system” with an improved 12-megapixel primary camera that features a larger sensor than the smartphone’s predecessor.

The smartphones feature a sleek aerospace-grade aluminum design in five finishes, along with updated internal designs for better thermal performance, and the pair have a ceramic shield on the front cover that protects internal workers from spills, water and dust.

Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, said in a statement: “Both phones have a powerful new main camera with a huge leap in low-light performance, advanced connectivity capabilities with 5G and eSIM, and the incredible performance from A15 Bionic., helping to further improve battery life. All of this, tightly integrated with iOS 16, makes iPhone more essential than ever.”

The camera also has a 49 percent improvement in low-light capture and a new TrueDepth for the front camera that automatically focuses on objects and people within the frame, along with the Ultra Wide camera that captures more of the scene.

The tech giant said the smartphone has a

The tech giant said the smartphone has an “incredible new camera system” with an improved 12-megapixel primary camera that features a larger sensor than the smartphone’s predecessor. In the photo, Caron Thor, senior manager of image quality for Apple’s camera.

It also has a 49 percent improvement in low-light capture and a new TrueDepth for the front camera that automatically focuses on objects and people within the frame.

It also has a 49 percent improvement in low-light capture and a new TrueDepth for the front camera that automatically focuses on objects and people within the frame.

The new iPhone 14 family includes a software feature called ‘Photonic Engine’ that captures better details and colors in low light conditions.

“Through deep hardware and software integration, the Photonic Engine improves low- to medium-light photography performance on all cameras—up to 2x on the Ultra Wide camera, 2x on the TrueDepth camera, and an impressive 2.5x on the TrueDepth camera. the new Main camera,” Apple shared.

“The Photonic Engine enables this dramatic increase in quality by applying the computational benefits of Deep Fusion earlier in the imaging process to deliver extraordinary detail and preserve subtle textures, provide better color and retain more information in a photo” .

The video system also received an update with ‘action’ mode, which keeps video footage steady even when you’re shaky.

Apple enthusiasts also saw the new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Max which uses the front screen even more by displaying information in the notch and the TrueDepth camera is much smaller.

Apple enthusiasts also saw the new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Max which uses the front screen even more by displaying information in the notch and the TrueDepth camera is much smaller.

Apple enthusiasts also saw the new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Max which uses the front screen even more by displaying information in the notch and the TrueDepth camera is much smaller.

The iPhone 14 Pro camera is 65 percent larger than the iPhone 13 Pro camera and features sensors that allow it to take twice as good photos in low light than its predecessor.

The iPhone 14 Pro camera is 65 percent larger than the iPhone 13 Pro camera and features sensors that allow it to take twice as good photos in low light than its predecessor.

These smartphones feature the company’s new A16 chip, which is faster than the A15 chip but uses less battery.

The iPhone 14 Pro camera is 65 percent larger than the iPhone 13 Pro camera and features sensors that allow it to take twice as good photos in low light as its predecessor.

CEO Tim Cook said that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Max are the best smartphones Apple has ever made.

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