Apple iPhone 11 Launch: These Bollywood Memes On The Hefty Price Tag Of The Phone Are How-Larious

As the launch of iPhone 11 has been announced, people are already losing their mind so much so that Twitter users have started making some creative/hilarious memes that will definitely beat away your mid-week blues

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Apple iPhone 11 Launch: These Bollywood Memes On The Hefty Price Tag Of The Phone Are How-Larious
Whenever Apple announces iPhone's upgraded version, fans just can't keep calm, for obvious reasons. Any launch of Apple products create waves online, be it an iPhone user or not an iPhone user, it still gets everyone talking and why not? If you're an Apple user, you will understand the craze around any Apple product launch, well, the same thing happened with iPhone 11 as well. As soon as the announcement of the phone broke in the media, Twitteratis couldn't hold back and showcased some of their creativity on the Internet. 

Not only this, by giving a bit filmy tadka in it, these Bollywood memes will definitely leave you in splits. From Hrithik Roshan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui to even Game Of Thrones, netizens have pulled these actors and shows for creating some amazing memes and trust us, it is hilarious. Have a good laugh below:

Apple on Tuesday announced Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade. With this, they are three new smartphones as a part of the line-up which are iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max have also been announced. According to The Inquirer, the Pro-branded models which are touted to be as the most powerful iPhones ever, are the first to have triple-camera arrays. It is also said that the iPhone 11 Pro also features a new Pro design which said to be crafted from matte stainless steel, all-new 5.8in and 6.5in Super Retina RDX displays and Apple's newly-debuted A13 Bionic CPU. 

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