In its Fall 2019 event, Apple announced that the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max will be released on September 20. Preorders will start at 5 am PDT on 13 September.
The iPhone 11 will retail for $ 699. The iPhone 11 Pro will retail for $ 999, and the 11 Pro Max will retail for $ 1,099. Apple is promoting the trade-ins of previous models to reduce the costs
The iPhone 11 camera has wide and ultra-wide lenses, rather than the wide and telephoto many predicted. This feature allows users to adjust cropping and zooming after taking a photo. There is also a new night mode that comes automatically to illuminate photos in low-light conditions and reduces noise. It also has next-generation smart HDR.
QuickTech is a new video feature that makes it easy to take videos by long-pressing the camera button. Video quality at 60 fps is 4K quality, along with slo-mo, time-lapse, and extended dynamic range.
The front-facing camera has been updated to 12 MP with wide-angle selfie support in the landscape mode. You can also take 4K video at 60 fps, as well as slow-mo video.
The iPhone 11 is available in six phenomenal colors: Black, White, Red, Purple, Green, and Yellow. The iPhone 11 also has a new anodized aluminum finish, which is more durable. It also has Dolby Vision audio.
The iPhone 11 is powered by Apple’s new A13 Bionic chip, which Apple has seen as its faster processor. For battery life, the iPhone 11 packs an hour longer battery life than the iPhone X.
iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max Features
Apple has announced the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max which will retail for $ 999 and $ 1,099.
Color-wise, a new midnight green color, a fresh spot gray, fresh silver, and a new gold finish. Apple is also promoting a wider dynamic range display called the Super Retina XDR. As rumored, it has a new triple camera system – a triangular array of lenses in a rectangular camera bump.
Apple has added an ultra-wide lens on both the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, which is shown in the camera app as a 0.5x button. All a user needs to do is zoom out to see only 0.5x to 2x more and take wider shots. Ultra-wide has an f / 2.4 aperture with an area of 120 degrees.
There are also upgrades to telephoto and wide-angle lenses, including 100% focus pixels. Similar to the Google Pixel Night Sight feature there is a new Night mode to take illuminated low-light photos.
Apple is using computational photography to fuse photo data from all three lenses to improve image detail. A technique called “deep fusion” combines nine images using neural network analysis on every single pixel.
Like the non-pro version, Apple has upgraded the front camera with a 12-megapixel sensor. The camera is also wider so you can now rotate the landscape on the selfie cam to fit more people in the frame. For the first time, the front camera is also slow-mo.