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() The new iPhone 11 has been ridiculed by fans on social media, who have described it as looking like a coconut because of its new camera feature. 

Apple unveiled three versions of the device at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino on Tuesday, showing off a handset with a 6.1-inch display that will come in six colours: purple, white, yellow, green, black, and Product Red.

However, the feature that caught the eye of most fans were the three cameras clustered at the back of the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max versions of the product. 

Apple boasts that the cameras will allow fans better photo capabilities than ever before but the design has left fans distinctly unimpressed. 

One claimed that the three cameras made the phone resemble a coconut while another compared the design to a bowling ball. 

Fans ridiculed the design of the iPhone Pro and Pro Max online, with several comparing the three cameras to coconuts

Fans ridiculed the design of the iPhone Pro and Pro Max online, with several comparing the three cameras to coconuts

This fan was one of several who took to social media and re-imagined the cameras as cooking hobs

This fan was one of several who took to social media and re-imagined the cameras as cooking hobs

The stainless iPhone Pro boasts three cameras and will be available in four colors, including the new Midnight Green, all with a matte textured finish

The stainless iPhone Pro boasts three cameras and will be available in four colors, including the new Midnight Green, all with a matte textured finish

The Pro will come in several colors, including a midnight green, space gray, silver and gold, pictured above

The Pro will come in several colors, including a midnight green, space gray, silver and gold, pictured above

This fan compared the three cameras to a bowling ball, jokingly asking how many strikes she'd get with it

This fan compared the three cameras to a bowling ball, jokingly asking how many strikes she'd get with it

Several compared the device to aliens with a few even posting photos of the camera re-imagined as kitchen hobs. 

For people with trypophobia, the new design is a potential nightmare and several Apple fans shared their horror on Twitter. 

Trypophobia is a fear or aversion to the sight of clusters of small holes.

One fan wrote: 'The new iPhone is creeping me TF out with the 3 little cameras #Trypophobia.' 

For most fans, however, the design was simply an opportunity to poke fun at Apple. 

To many, the holes look like the aliens, including several who compared them to the creatures from movie Chicken Little

To many, the holes look like the aliens, including several who compared them to the creatures from movie Chicken Little

This fan took to Twitter to compare the new iPhone 11 Pro models to a razor with three round heads

This fan took to Twitter to compare the new iPhone 11 Pro models to a razor with three round heads

Severl compared the cameras to cooking hobs, with one sying: 'I'm confused, did Apple just launched a new gas cooker or is this the iPhone 11?'

Severl compared the cameras to cooking hobs, with one sying: 'I'm confused, did Apple just launched a new gas cooker or is this the iPhone 11?'

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Apple boasts that the cameras will allow fans better photo capabilities than ever before but the design has left fans distinctly unimpressed

Apple boasts that the cameras will allow fans better photo capabilities than ever before but the design has left fans distinctly unimpressed

One said: 'Honestly the new #iPhone11 is so ugly, seems like Apple’s out of ideas so they’re just

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