Apple has officially entered the concept of ‘Pro’ models with their iPhone 11 line-up. They already launched the Apple iPad Pros in the past and this time, the iPhones have been upgraded and are now available in three different variants to choose from.
The first and the cheapest of the lot is the iPhone 11 available in as many as six different colors. It is also priced much lesser at $699 compared to other models – iPhone 11 Pro (priced at $999) and the 11 Pro Max (priced at $1099).
In terms of specifications, the iPhone 11 Pro has a compact 5.8-inch display while the Pro Max is much larger. The 6.5-inch display goes on par with the Galaxy Note 10 phone in terms of offering increased screen real estate. The Retina display supports both HDR10 and Dolby vision in order to deliver impeccable visual clarity.
Both iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have upgraded displays that Apple calls ‘Super Retina XDR’ display. As found in the leaks, the iPhone has a triple camera setup which is the first of its kind and includes an ultra-wide-angle lens to cover a wide area. The new cameras offer 4X zoom level. The AI helps the cameras to work cohesively so as to automatically choose the best camera for the shot and also change the settings based on whether you are shooting it in daylight or in the night.
The cameras are also capable of shooting 4K content and there is a specific feature that allows you to include your selfie in it while taking a panoramic photograph. A surprising upgrade is that the iPhone 11 Pro phones now support fast charging and Apple provides users with an 18W charger out of the box.
The addition of the adapter allows you to start using the feature immediately without having to spend extra to buy one. The newest A13 chipset is obviously more powerful than the previous iterations and the iPhone 11 Pro delivers 4 hours more battery life than the previous XS edition.
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