Apple Park, CA - According to a leaked internal memo, iPhone developers will stop developing phone features and dedicate all their time to the camera bump. The goal is to make the camera bump so big that it will soon take over the iPhone completely.
"As you've seen and will continue to see in the iPhone's evolution," the memo read. "It's all about the camera bump. The bigger the bump, the better, is our position."
As is Apple's M.O. of removing common-sense features long before the general public is ready for it, Apple also believes it's the right time to deprecate the phone in the iPhone.
"Steve Jobs called it the iPhone when phones were still cool?" the memo continued. "Obviously things have changed."
Many believe this shift is due to generational pressure, causing some to speculate that trends of the upcoming generation are forcing the iPhone to go through a rebrand.
"Eww. Talking on the phone is like so Millennial," texted Sarah, a Gen-Z-er who only agreed to do this interview via iMessage.
"Lol. You can make calls on an iPhone?" Sarah's friend added to the group chat.
The question of whether the phoneless phone will still be called the iPhone is undecided.
Noticeably, the camera bump has increased little by little with every recent version of the iPhone, and it is projected that the camera bump will soon consume the entire device.
"It's kinda like a frog in boiling water," the memo concluded.