The first new iPhone announced today is the iPhone 11.
An update to the iPhone XR, the new iPhone 11 features a 6.1-inch LCD screen with haptic touch. One of the major upgrades to the iPhone 11 is its dual rear camera setup, up from a single rear cam on the XR. This includes a 12MP camera with f/1.8 aperture and OIS as well as a 12MP ultra wide angle cam with 120-degree field of view and an f/2.4 aperture.
Apple is also adding Night Mode with the iPhone 11 as well, helping you to take better low-light shots. We’ve seen a lot of Android phones come to market lately with dedicated night modes in the camera app, so it’s great to see it finally coming to iPhone as well. Apple says that the iPhone 11 can also capture 4K video at 60fps as well as extended dynamic range and slow-mo video.
Around front, Apple has upgraded the iPhone 11 to a 12MP selfie cam with support for 4K video at 60fps and slow-mo video recording.
Another upgrade made with the iPhone 11 is its Apple A13 Bionic processor. Apple says that the A13 Bionic is the fastest smartphone processor on the market as well as the fastest GPU.
The iPhone 11 will be available in six colors at launch: purple, white, yellow, green, black, and red. It’ll start at $699. You’ll be able to pre-order starting at 5:00 am PT this Friday, September 13, and it’ll begin shipping on September 20.
More to come…