By Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com
Published: 20:13 BST, 11 September 2019 | Updated: 20:19 BST, 11 September 2019
Apple introduced a slew of products this week, taking the wraps off three new iPhones as well as a new Apple Watch, iPad, and pricing details for its upcoming subscription services.
Unlike previous years, however, it isn’t expensive hardware that’s got everybody talking this time.
During the presentation at the Steve Jobs Theater, Apple revealed the iPhone 11 will for the first time bring slow-motion video capability to the front-facing camera. And, the company has coined a new term to go with it: the ‘slofie.’
The announcement has been met with wildly mixed reviews; while some have latched onto the phrase already, most others are ripping it to shreds on social media.
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Apple introduced the term – a combination of the phrases ‘slow motion’ and ‘selfie’ – in an ad displayed during the product launch event. It's been met with mixed reactions
Among the most common criticism has come in the form of a Mean Girls reference, with many Twitter users dredging up Regina George’s curt dismissal of the word ‘fetch’ in their reactions (i.e. ‘it’s not going to happen.’).
Apple introduced the term – a combination of the phrases ‘slow motion’ and