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Apple haters gang up to bully new iPhone 6

Apple haters gang up to bully new iPhone 6
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There are plenty of Apple fanboys and girls, but there are also quite a few people that are already sick of seeing Apple news at every turn. These Apple haters have found a way to poke fun at Apple's "innovative" new features for the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, and I've got to admit - they have a point.

The company has finally responded to customer demands for a larger screen, and many people are happy with the changes. But some Apple haters with a sharp wit have taken to the Internet to express just how they feel about Apple's latest leap in "innovation."

Take a look at the image below. Ron Amadeo from Ars Technica created a satirical graphic to show just how he felt about the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus released from Apple.

2014 iPhone 6 Plus vs. 2012 Samsung

"Dear iPhone 6 users," it reads, "Welcome to 2012!

 "iPhone 6 (released 9/2014) 4.7-inch screen, 750p resolution, NFC payments, Notification actions, Widgets, 3rd-party keyboards, Typing suggestions, Cross-app communication, Cloud photo backup, battery stats.

"Nexus 4 (released 11/2012) 4.7-inch screen, 760p resolution, NFC payments, Notification actions, Widgets, 3rd-party keyboards, Typing suggestions, Cross-app communication, Cloud photo backup, battery stats.

"Enjoy your 'new' device!

"In 2016, you guys will love: wireless charging, water resistance, IR blasters, multi-user support, selectable default apps, split-screen apps, app installs from a browser, and virtual buttons!

"If you need help with your iPhone's new features, just ask an Android user. We've had this stuff for years.

"<3 Ron"

I like Apple products, but this guy has a point.

Another problem with Apple's "innovation" is that it seems to be copying whatever the public likes. That's not always a bad thing, but when it comes to copyright infringement, it's a problem.

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