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    iPhone 11 Overview

    iPhone 11





    iPhone 11 release date

    At its fall 2019 event, Apple announced that the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max was released on September 20th. Preorders began on September 13th at 5 a.m. PDT.

    iPhone 11 price

    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 trade-ins of previous models to lower the cost.

    iPhone 11 features

    The camera has a wide, ultra-wide lens, rather than wide and telephoto lens as many have predicted. This feature allows users to adjust the crop and zoom after shooting. There is also a new night mode that activates automatically to illuminate photos in low light and reduce noise. It also includes the new generation of Smart HDR.

    QuickTake is a new video feature that makes it easy to record videos by long pressing the camera button. Video quality is 4K at 60 frames per second, as well as slow motion, time lag and extended dynamic range.

    The front camera has been upgraded to 12 MP with wide angle selfie support when the phone is in the horizontal position. You can also record 4K videos at 60 frames per second, as well as slow motion videos.

    The iPhone 11 is available in six colors: black, white, red, purple, green and yellow. The iPhone 11 also has a new anodized aluminum coating, which Apple says is more durable. There is also Dolby Vision sound.

    It is powered by Apple's new Bionic A13 chip, which Apple considers to be its fastest processor. In terms of autonomy, the iPhone 11 has an autonomy of one hour more than the iPhone XS.

    iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max features

    Apple has announced an iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max that will retail for $999 and $1,099.
    Color-wise, there’s a new midnight green color, a refreshed space gray, refreshed silver, and a new gold finish. Apple is also promoting a wider dynamic range display called Super Retina XDR. As was rumored, it has a new triple camera system — a triangular array of lenses in a rectangular camera bump.

    Apple has added the 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 has to do is just zoom out to see more and take wider shots, from 0.5x to 2x. The ultra-wide has an f/2.4 aperture with a 120-degree field of view.
    There are also upgrades to the telephoto and wide-angle lenses, including 100% Focus Pixels. There is a new Night mode to take illuminated low-light photos similar to the Google Pixel Night Sight feature.

    Apple is using computational photography to fuse photo data from all three lenses in order to improve image detail. A technology called “Deep Fusion” combines nine images using a neural network analysis on every single pixel. Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller described it as “computational photography mad science.”

    Like with 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 to landscape on the selfie cam to fit more people into the frame. There is also slow-mo on the front camera for the first time.

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