Dubai: Pakistan’s Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai poked fun at the new design of a smartphone by sharing a picture of her blue dress pattern.
She took to Twitter on Wednesday and posted a picture of the pattern on her dress which seemingly had a resemblance to the latest iPhone's triple-camera design. She captioned the post, "Is this just a coincidence that I wore this dress on the same day as Apple iPhone 11’s launch.”
Soon after her tweet many social media users shared some funny pictures comparing the camera feature to a fidget spinner and a coconut. Another tweet joked that maybe iPhone stole her look.
Malala is an activist for girls' education and founded Malala's Fund to invest in education programmes for young girls in Pakistan, India and Nigeria among other countries.
Apple had unveiled its iPhone 11 models on Tuesday with a price cut for the most basic models. To weather the slump in the global smartphone market it is also laying out plans for streaming and gaming services.
Apple has unveiled three versions of the iPhone 11 including “Pro” models with triple camera and other advanced features. The new iPhones have also been launched in purple and green colours. Both of the new Pro smartphones received a number of upgrades to their cameras, which will now have three lens on the back as well as one that faces forward.
The Pro’s new rear camera include a 26mm (wide angle), and 52mm (zoom) and a new 13mm (ultra wide angle) lens. Each camera can shot video at 60 frames a second in 4K.