It’s all started with the Apple event this week. When the apple refreshes the new lines of iPhone 2019. Apple announced its all-new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and the last one iPhone 11 Pro max. All new iPhones are less than a few days away from availability. The prices started at $699, $999 and $1099 for iPhone 11, Pro and Pro Max respectively.
iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro: Everything you need to know
iPhones pick up a fresh palette of colours, longer battery life. The Bionic Processor A13 inside it promises fast speed and performance. The Pro models consist of three cameras, and the iPhone 11 has only two.
The new design of the iPhone has different colours, but in term of style, there are all the same as, the last year iPhone XS and XS Max.
The Biggest risk of iPhone is the camera. Three cameras on the back of iPhone Pro and Pro Max safely placed in this year models. iPhone represents the gold features and the sharp edges for smartphones designs to many peoples. Other features like Face Id Unlock and thumb sensor are now faster than before.
The 5G is currently not supported in the latest models of iPhones because it is not available yet.
The rumours like reverse wireless charging, iPhones compatibility with the Apple Pencil, and a USB-C port that are whispered to replace by the lightening connection are proven wrong by the Company.
Speaking of memory, we’ve also got details for the smartphones’ RAM. iPhone 11 will comes with 4GB of RAM, while the iPhones 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max feature 6GB of RAM. A RAM upgrade on the iPhone is coming at just the right time. Primate Labs released Geek Bench 5 a few days back, and the upgraded tests increase the memory footprint of workloads to gauge their impact on CPU performance.
Display sizes for the three smartphones will remain similar to their predecessors, and so will the resolutions. This isn’t surprising, as Apple will continue to use Samsung’s LT2 display material for the OLED iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
LT2 is a particular variant of the Korean tech giant’s M9 displays which debuted on the Galaxy S10 smartphones earlier this year.
Battery and Cameras
Concluding with camera and battery details, sources converge on a front camera upgrade across all three devices. While the iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max have 7MP front cameras, it’s believed that their successors will increase the resolution count to 12MP as Apple decides to introduce a new front camera sensor. On this note, we’re curious to see if the company presents an upgrade to the iPhones’ True Depth camera setup, but so far, rumours for a potential update in this area are scarce.
Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup features 12MP cameras at the back, with their focal lengths, aperture widths and pixel sizes differing. This year’s iPhones will add a new camera sensor to the iPhone XR’s and iPhone XS/XS Max’s successors. The upgrades will once again be in the form of a 12MP sensor, but details for this upgrade’s other parameters are unknown right now. For their batteries, it’s believed that the three devices will feature bigger cells.
The colours and finishes look and feel more refined. What stood out most were the cameras on a new lineup of iPhones, and the telephoto lens, especially because that, feels like the main difference between the iPhone 11 and the far pricier 11 Pro and 11 Pro max.
Two screen sizes: 5.8- and 6.5-inch OLED displays (both 458 PPI pixel density)
“Super Retina XDR” display supports HDR 10 with Dolby Vision (and Dolby Atmos sound) 64GB, 256GB, 512GB storage capacities.
Three rear cameras with 4x optical zoom: Wide, ultrawide, telephoto lenses (OIS for wide and telephoto) Upcoming camera feature called Deep Fusion compiles nine images to reduce noise and amp up details 4 hours more battery life (Pro) and 5 hours longer battery life (Pro Max) than last year’s models
- Wi-Fi 6 support, but no 5G iOS 13 on-board
- 18W Fast charging adapter
- Colours: Midnight Green, Space Gray, Silver, Gold
- iPhone 11 Pro starts at $999 or $25 per month