Tech giant Apple launched their much speculated iPhone series at the newly inaugurated Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park Campus on Tuesday. The company launched iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X or iPhone X Edition in Cupertino at a mega event. And the Twitter like always devoted time in coming up some of the hilarious jokes. It is the new face recognition feature to unlock the phone that resulted in some funny comments from Twitterati. Another material for comedy was taken from Apple CEO, Tim Cook’s explanation of new face ID function. Cook said, “The new face ID function would still be secure because there was only a 1 in a million chance that your facial makeup would match with someone else’s unless you had an ‘evil twin’.”  

Apple iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus Launched: Price in India, Pre-order and Availability Dates

Apple iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus Launched: Price in India, Pre-order and Availability Dates

Tweeples also derived jokes out of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8Plus which has glass on the front and back. While the buzz on Twitter has begun far before the event started, Twitterati went crazy after Cook announced the latest features on the phone. Twitter had a field day coming up with some of the funniest memes and we have selected the best ones for you. Here are some of the best jokes on the newest iPhones:

So true

Who else believes in the power of a kidney?

Now, take selfie 1,999 times a day

Kidney continues to the best option

One fine day may be

Won’t that be a problem, Apple?

Apple, will it still work?

Repair shops to be my second home

All twins out there, be alert!

Apple also unveiled an updated smartwatch and an upgraded streaming video system for 4K high-definition television. The phone will be made available in India once the latest iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X within days of availability of the smartphones in the US and other markets. Priced at Rs 64,000 the phones will be available in 64GB and 256GB variants which will be available at Apple authorised resellers from September 29. Apple senior vice president Phil Schiller said that the new devices were the first smartphones “really created for augmented reality,” with improved power and graphics, PTI reported.