Chris Evans undoubtedly established a good career throughout his lifelong stay in Hollywood. First debuted in 1997's Biodiversity: Wild About Life!, Evans went on to become one of the critically-acclaimed actors of our generation, thanks to his notable role as MCU's Captain America. Evans played Steve Rogers for more than a decade and finally retired on Avengers: Endgame, handing over the star-spangled mantle to Anthony Mackie's Sam Wilson. Just like how he held the Captain America role for a decade, apparently, he also kept his beloved iPhone 6s for the longest time.
However, Evans bids goodbye to his old iPhone 6s after holding it for many years. In the latest post, he even commemorated and penned an emotional tribute to the phone. Of course, along with the jaw-dropper, fans have celebrated Evans' phone upgrade.
Evans posted a photo of his new phone together with his ancient iPhone 6s captioned, "RIP iPhone 6s, We had a good run. I’ll miss your home button. I won’t miss the nightly battle of trying to get you to charge. Or your grainy pictures. Or your sudden drops from 100% battery, to 15%, to completely dead all within minutes. It was a wild ride. Rest easy, pal."
See the Instagram post below:
Alongside the hilarious fan reactions, celebrities also reacted to Evans' expressive comment about his beloved phone. Yvette Nicole Brown shockingly asked, “Please tell me you didn't still have the 6?! HOW did that happen to you?!” While Kate Beckinsale said, “Not the grainy pictures.”
Well, isn't that another reason to love Chris Evans? After all, we can certainly relate to him. We all hold on to things because we already familiarized ourselves with them, and the thought of adjusting to a new item seemingly feels exhausting. Also, some of us are just broke to change into new phones, but that's obviously not the Captain America actor’s problem.
For now, Chris Evans is set to utter 'To Infinity and Beyond' in Pixar's latest film, Lightyear. The Toy Story spinoff follows the fan-favorite space ranger's undisclosed origin story, how he flees from an alien planet and goes against Emperor Zurg.
Lightyear is now showing in theaters worldwide.
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