New iPhone 11 design triggered trypophobia – Here’s What That Means

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Apple revealed its iPhone 11, which has a remarkable and updated design, especially the cameras. In iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, you may or may not be a fan of the new camera layout. There are three cameras on the back of the iPhone Pro and Pro Max and some individuals find the design triggers trypophobia. The three camera lenses of the phone really freak out many individuals and news have gone viral as iPhone 11 design trypophobia.

Trypophobia is not formally acknowledged in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, which lists known mental illnesses and associated symptoms. It may be more of the repugnance of holes or bumps clusters than cause fear Specialists claim. But, while it’s bad to fear small holes, d you understand what’s worse.

Trypophobia is a strange condition. Therefore, one that over the years has become very common. It is one of the most discussed terms online (a fast search by Google will leave you reeling for days) and has a strong presence in pop culture. It is common in some “American Horror Story” storylines and ads.

There’s no fresh blend of phones and phobias. Other than nomophobia, the fear of being without your devices a very true problem at a moment when we are looking at our screens.


iPhone 11 design trypophobia


Is Trypophobia Real?

Researchers do not agree that trypophobia should be classified as a true phobia or not. Therefore, the first studies on trypophobia, in 2013, found that phobia could be an expansion of fear of damaging stuff. Researchers found that in a certain graphical structure, symptoms are caused by high contrast colours.

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They claim that individuals impacted by trypophobia subconsciously associated harmless products with dangerous animals. Such as the blue-ringed octopus, such as lotus seed pods now with I phone 11. Also, the iPhone 11 design colours can be trypophobia factor because of high contrast colours.