Apple has officially announced not one, but three new iPhone models during their September 2019 event: The iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The standard iPhone 11 is Apple’s new entry model, which kicks off at 6.1-inches with 1792×828 resolution. There are three storage configurations: 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. It ships out with a 12MP front camera and two rear cameras, a 12MP ultra-wide and a 12MP regular wide.
The iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max have almost the same specs sheet with a slight difference between display resolutions and size. The former has a 5.8-inch display with 2436×1125 resolution. The latter has 2436×1242 set in a 6.5-inch display. Both iPhones starts with a 64GB storage, followed by 256GB and 512GB configurations. They both have three rear cameras: 12MP ultra-wide, 12MP wide, and 12MP telephoto. The 12MP front cameras feature 4K recording at 60 frames per second and includes slow-mo.
Apple says the cameras for the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max have been optimized for low-light settings with Night Mode and improved processing for more detail and highlights.
All three models use Apple’s newest A13 Bionic processor, 12MP front camera, IP68, and have wireless charging. Also, all iPhone models can record videos from multiple cameras for creative leeway, which should excite content creators, and there is an audio zoom, which prioritizes the audio source where the cameras are pointing at.
We’ll know more about these iPhones in the future. Expect our reviews soon!