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Apple’s new and improved iPhone 11 PRO camera, cockfishing will be easier than ever

Apple released the iPhone Pro 11 September 10, 2019 and of course it came with a number of new features, including improved camera. The new phone has three wide-angle camera lenses (wide, ultra wide angle and telephoto) allowing the user to capture four times the scene. It also provides better images in low light material and is perfect for taking pictures of dreamy landscapes.

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However, not everyone uses the new high-tech device for taking pictures of sunsets. Some have discovered that he, uh, other uses such as … improving your penis size.

Cockfishing is basically the younger cousin of catfishing. A catfish is someone who uses a different identity for their online persona, but cockfish use penis shots amended to make it bigger than it actually is.

The new three-lense camera of the iPhone is a possibility, but it is not only possible using the new iPhone. If you have not had a chance to update yet (or you are an Android user), small objects can be used to make the penis look bigger by comparison. Of course, there’s always Photoshop and other image editing applications too.

Girl Fights Her Man To Unlock iPhone With His Face ID – He been training hard knowing one day this moment would come

The face recognition function of the iPhone has caused a fair amount of uncertainty when it first came out, and people were concerned about the privacy and security. Your partner in trying to unlock your phone with your face ID may or may not have been among the concerns. But if it was not there, it is definitely now.

A viral video circulating on Twitter shows a woman and a man, possibly her boyfriend sitting outside. Things take a turn when the woman gets stuffed in his human face iPhone to unlock it using face ID. As it gets close the phone, he closes his eyes and covers his face. He dodges and swerves in a movement sequence that looks almost graceful.

“The man I think she pepper spray but trying to get his face identity card,” Twitter user @EliiDaRuler the subtitled video, which received more than 460,000 likes.

There is a wide range of reactions to this video, people who wonder what the boyfriend has to hide his phone to other deeming as an invasion of privacy actions of women.

Apple iPhone 11 memes have been flowing thick and fast

The release ceremony of the Apple iPhone 11 was truly an event worthy of information, featuring an impressive and innovative new technology that confirmed, in the eyes of many, that the company was well ahead of its competitors and that justified the high price of its products.

These days? Not really. For the average citizen, Apple’s prices seem unrealistic compared to its competitors, who have caught up and sometimes even exceeded Apple in terms of product innovation. The pomp and ceremony that accompanied these outing events may have lost their brilliance for the benefit of all, except the most loyal fans, and instead of being moved, they are the target of derisory memes.

With the announcement of the iPhone 11 just recently, memes flow quickly and abundantly. The unusual design of the phone’s camera, consisting of three large lenses, has been compared to everything from the coconut stove. You can not imagine what I mean?

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When did mobile phones come out?

Prior to 1973, mobile telephony was limited to phones installed in cars and other vehicles. Motorola was the first company to produce a handheld mobile phone. On April 3, 1973, Martin Cooper, a Motorola researcher and executive, made the first mobile telephone call from handheld subscriber equipment, placing a call to Dr. Joel S. Engel of Bell Labs, his rival. The prototype handheld phone used by Dr. Cooper weighed 1.1 kilograms (2.4 lb) and measured 23 by 13 by 4.5 centimetres (9.1 by 5.1 by 1.8 in). The prototype offered a talk time of just 30 minutes and took 10 hours to re-charge.

Before devices were now referred to as cellphones or mobile phones, there were several precursors. In 1908, Professor Albert Jahnke and the Oakland Transcontinental Telephone and Airpower Company claimed to have developed a wireless telephone. They were accused of fraud and the charges were later canceled, but they did not appear to continue production.  Starting in 1918, the German railroad system tested wireless telephones on military trains between Berlin and Zossen. In 1924, the public trial began with a telephone connection on the train between Berlin and Hamburg. In 1925, the Zugtelephonie AG company was established to supply train telephony equipment and, in 1926, telephone services on the Deutsche Reichsbahn train and German postal services on routes between Hamburg and Berlin were approved and offered to first-class travelers.

John F. Mitchell, Motorola’s chief of portable communication products and Cooper’s boss in 1973, played a key role in advancing the development of handheld mobile telephone equipment. Mitchell failed to push Motorola into developing wireless communication products that would be small enough to use anywhere and participated in the design of the cellular phone.

As a result of Dr. Cooper’s public test call using the prototype phone, it would take another ten years for his first commercial sale. The first phone for the public was the Motorola DynaTAC 8000X. This first phone was very different from today’s phones. Unlike modern phones that weigh just 4 ounces, the DynaTAC 8000X weighs 2.5 pounds. This, with its size of 13 x 1.75 x 3.5 inches, earned this first cell phone the nickname “Brick”. The size and weight of the phone are not the only features that differ from modern slim phones. The talk time on the original phone usually lasted only half an hour and the cost was $ 3995. This cost did not include the cost of operation, which involved monthly fees and per-minute fees.

The first rocking phone was also launched by Motorola, several years later, in 1989. It was also the first phone small enough to fit in his pocket. Part of the reason for the reduced size was the placement of material in the open or closed phone section. In 1992, the Motorola International 3200, the first mobile phone with 2G technology. In 1997, Philips introduced one of the first attempts to use a smartphone called Synergy. It allowed users to access the Internet, faxes and e-mails. The same year, Nokia launched the Nokia 9000 Communicator, with Web access, a QWERTY keyboard and an LCD screen. The external antenna that was a basic function was no longer visible on the Nokia 8810, released in 1998. It was the first phone without external antenna, which made mobile phones easier to handle and more attractive. More and more standard features have begun to appear each year. In 1999, Nokia messaging became possible with the release of the Nokia 3210. In 1999, GPS navigation was also integrated on a phone and WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) was integrated for the first time on a mobile phone. Cameras were added to cell phone technology in 2000 with Sharp’s J-SH04; However, the first camera phone to be sold in the United States came from Sanyo. In 2002, several different PDAs started adding telephone support. The Apple iPhone was introduced in 2007. This smart phone revolutionized the mobile phone with a touch screen.