Twitter Is Pretty Meh About The New iPhone

By now, millions of Apple die-hards have braved store lineups, breathlessly tracked their packages, and performed ritual sacrifices to get their hot little hands on the iPhone 6S and 6S+. The new iPhone, which hit stores today, is the same size as last year's model, but with a smaller battery, 3D Touch display, and something called a Taptic Engine.

With 12 million to 13 million units expected to sell over the weekend, there's a sense of cautious optimism in the air:

Although some have already had their illusions shattered:


But some customer services reps are in a REALLY bad mood:

And others were just freaking about about the appearance of the iPad-Segway-robot in Sydney, Australia.

As always, the hype surrounding this new release rapidly gives way to speculation about the *next* big thing. / @slipUa_Mickey, / @1crysrenee , / @mrsneakersatatt , / @seamus



If passed, a new bipartisan bill filed in the House of Representative this week would automatically seal some federal marijuana convictions. On Tuesday, Representatives Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE) and Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA) introduced a new piece of legislation titled the Clean Slate Act. Under the new bill, individuals with federal cannabis convictions will automatically have their records sealed one year after they have completed their sentence.

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