iPhone 11 Triggers Trypophobia

The iPhone 11 device, the latest phone released by Apple is said to have triggered Trypophobia in some of its users.


The camera which apple said will make pictures a lot more clearer has triggered a reaction on twitter over what some people call ‘scary design.’

Incase you need a quick definition, here is;

Trypophobia is an aversion or fear of clusters of small holes, circles, bumps, or patterns. When people see this type of cluster, they experience symptoms of disgust or fear. Examples of objects that might trigger a fear response include seeds pods, honeycomb, bubbles. – Healthtian

Despite the fact that bloggers and journalists loved the phone, others have complained about the price and the camera has ticked some persons off

The triple camera clustered at the back of the iPhone may remind users of maybe some characteristics of poisonous organisms.

People with trypophobia can experience feelings of revulsion, anxiety, fear, sweating, itching, vomiting, and emotional distress.

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