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The newest iPhone 11 features a new dual‑camera system captures more of what you see and love, the fastest chip ever in a smartphone and all‑day battery life let you do more and charge less and the highest‑quality video in a smartphone, so your memories look better than ever.

Take your photos from wide to ultra wide. A redesigned interface uses the new Ultra Wide camera to show you what’s happening outside the frame — and lets you capture it. Shoot and edit videos as easily as you do photos. It’s the world’s most popular camera, now with a whole new perspective.

The iPhone 11 shoots beautifully sharp 4K video at 60fps across all its cameras. The Ultra Wide camera captures four times more scene, so it’s perfect for action shots like your dog catching a frisbee. If you’re recording a performance — say, your kid’s piano recital — when you zoom in, the audio zooms too. And now you can edit videos as easily as you do photos.

Go big — the new Ultra Wide camera captures four times more scene. Think breathtaking landscapes that go on forever. Capturing the entire stage and crowd at a music festival. And vacation shots that show the whole family — including the views you traveled 11,000 miles for.

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Brand: Apple

Model: iPhone 11

Release Date: September 20, 2019

Display Size: 6.1-inch

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News & Discussions

Are you going to pre-order the new iPhone 11?

I will not be pre-ordering but I do plan on going to the store when they are out to have a look at what they look like in real life. I've never been a fan of the red, because to me it looks cheap, but I want to see what it looks like.
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Hazard
Well,I would pre-order this if I was in urgent need of a phone because of the convenience that comes with it. Apple has gotten a thumbs up in as far as the ordering process is concerned and who knows, maybe this may translate to more sales this... See more
Boilerplate
No, I'm not going to preorder unless they offer a fantastic incentive. Apple TV Plus comes free for a year with refurbished products too, so I see no reason to buy the latest model.

iPhone 11: Final generation of current iPhone design?

If this is true, would it be worth it to upgrade to the 11? I don't know if foldable phones will happen in the near future, but could it be that the 11 is the last of the current generation of iPhone designs and Apple is going to steer in a whole new direction?

Is Apple overwhelming the consumer?

More things are leaking about the next event from Apple. But as I am reading through what is set to be presented, I can't help but wonder if Apple is overwhelming the consumer with all the options? I think releasing a new phone model every year is already quite a big deal, and it is great (IF the new model comes with something innovative), but at this point they keep releasing 3 new models with different specs, and then they're presenting the Watch and some other things. I feel like this makes things harder on the consumer, not easier.
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Gamerglitter
I'm happy with what they've shown. Last year's event was a disappointment, but this year Apple pulled out innovative tech. It isn't just the same old stuff we've seen before. I welcome the change.
Fancyyfrog
For me personally, it really is overwhelming. It already has been. There used to be just a handful of smartphones to choose from but now every brand has just endless choices. I am sure this is great for some, but for me, I am starting to get... See more

Apple’s 2019 iPhone Line-Up Looks to Finish the Job That Last Year’s Phones Left Off

Let’s be honest, last year’s iPhones XS and XS Max didn’t perform quite as well as the Cupertino giant expected. This is evident in how they slashed orders for OLED screens that were primarily for the XS and XS Max. It was such an unexpected occurrence that Apple seemed to get caught with their pants down. But more than just an embarrassment, they might even have to pay hefty fines because over the sudden decrease in orders. In short, it wasn’t a decision that they made without much debate amongst themselves. The change of tune in earnings calls also point in this direction. Suddenly, there were no longer unit sales for each model. They opt, instead, for just one big chunk of the Apple earnings pie for all iPhones that they’re still currently selling. The rest of the pieces was for the other products that they were selling such as their laptops.
The XR, on the other hand, was a resounding success. From third-party reports, it accounts for 38% of total iPhone sales in 2018. It has been the bestselling iPhone since it debuted. It’s significantly larger compared to the measly 21% for both iPhone XS and XS Max flagships. The rest is made up of the older models specifically the iPhones 8 and 7.
It can be posited that the XR may have cannibalized some of the demand for the pricier iPhones XS and XS Max. It’s too difficult to justify the more than $250 difference between the XS series and the $750 iPhone XR. Especially because the cheaper phone can do almost everything that the more expensive iPhones can do.
But almost an entire year has passed, and this means another set of iPhones can be released. For Apple, this could spell a chance for retribution.
Apple seems to have a chip on their shoulders from last year’s batch of phones. Naturally, the hype around this year’s release seems to be a lot more than usual. Will the success of the iPhone 11 be able to do what the XS and XS Max weren't able to do? All we can do is wait… In the meantime, we can speculate.

Same as Last Year, Three Different Offerings

Consistent with last year’s line-up, the new iPhones are rumoured to be arriving in three different screen sizes. According to pundits, there’s still going to be a 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.5-inch iPhones. The 6.1-inch variant should, like last year, be the cheapest of all the options.
What they’ll be called is still a mystery. Apple has dropped the numbering scheme that they used since they skipped the iPhone 9 for the iPhone X in 2017. In the spirit of cleaning up their nomenclature, we’re guessing that Apple will call their phones the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The iPhone 11, we speculate, would be the iPhone XR successor. iPhone 11 Pro should be the new XS and the iPhone 11 Pro Max could be the upgraded iPhone XS Max.


Pricing is expected to be the same as that is one of the more contentious issues that plagued last year’s model. It wouldn’t really make sense to bump up the pricing by too much. The iPhone 11R should, again, be the cheapest option this year.

Triple-Camera Setup for the iPhone 11 Pros, Dual for the Entry-Level iPhone 11

Let's start with the most obvious. According to case makers, there will be a huge rectangular cut-out at the back of the new devices. This should be accurate because Apple must send them the schematics of the new iPhones for cases to be available upon release.
It’s perhaps safe to assume that the increase in real estate at the back would house additional lenses and sensors. This would potentially make the phones a more versatile camera. Whether the iPhone 11 would have the same number of lenses as its more expensive brothers is still an unknown. Leaks suggest that it’s going to have 2 which is one less than the iPhone 11 Pros. This is consistent with last year’s models. The lower lens count is one of the ways that Apple tried to cut costs for the XR last year and this strategy should remain the same this year.
The lens combination for the iPhones 11 Pros should be versatile. This could mean that they’ll come with zoom, ultrawide, and wide-angle lenses. In typical Apple fashion, they should be on par with the best in the market when it comes to photos.
A.I. should also play a huge part in the camera system. This should translate to better low-light photos and use of the depth sensors for bokeh effects.
When it comes to video, there’s little to be said about the iPhone XS and XS Max. They were quite literally the best in the segment. The incoming iPhones shouldn’t deviate from that tradition.

Screen Technologies

There’s been a rumour going around that Apple intends to phase out LCD phones from their line-up. That’s why there’s some traction to the whispers that the iPhone 11 would be equipped with OLED. However, there’s no indication of this Apple’s cancellation of LCD-equipped phones will happen this year.
So far, it’s still really up in the air whether the 11 would have an LCD or an OLED panel. If in case, they do stick with LCD, there really shouldn't be an issue. They've confirmed with the success of the XR. that people didn't mind the older screen tech. But if they do introduce OLED to the entry-level iPhone this year, it would be an awesome deal.
There are also whispers that the new phones would be equipped with something like the iPad Pro’s Pro-Motion display. The iPhone Pros, therefore, might come with the smooth buttery 120Hz refresh rates that people are drooling over. However, Apple isn’t known for being the first through the door for game-changing tech like this. So, in the meantime, this rumour doesn’t seem to hold much weight.

Spec Bumps

Of course, the internals should also be upgraded this year. The A12 Bionic chips are already more powerful and efficient than a lot of Intel PC processors already out there. The iPhone 11 line-ups' performance might just be an exercise in futility to discuss. The A13 processor should crush whatever application you throw at it.
As for storage, there should be much of the same options from last year such as the 64GB, 256GB, and the whopping 512GB variants.
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Justbefrank
I am not into this new look. I was really hoping that the 11 would be worth the upgrade. I have only bought the X because I was due for an upgrade, not because I necessarily think it was worth it. Let's see what happens on Tuesday!
Octane
No! I hate the three lens look! I wonder how those phones work with cases? Won't it cover up the lenses? Well, I guess I won't be upgrading my iPhone this year.

Expecting Nothing Is Better

I've learned not to expect too much with the experiences from the past. Besides, I'm not that excited to buy a new phone. Does anyone know of any rental phone services so that I will just have to rent the new phone that is released every year?
Garham
I like your style and I guess it makes sense not to get your hopes up. Sometimes I think tech fans (including me) expect the impossible. I haven't heard of a rental phone company that allowsyou to upgrade every year. That's kind of how the old... See more
Systemwars
I'm looking forward to Apple's upcoming event! Rent-A-Center offers smartphone rentals, but you'd probably be better off buying a refurbished model outright or purchasing a brand new phone of the previous generation instead.
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Invisibility effect?

Is iPhone 11 gonna be so ugly that Apple has to come up with invisibility effect? At least that's what I thought when I read the title.
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Jeremiah
It would be nice if Apple will actually come up with an invisible phone. If my memory serves me right, I think I've seen such phones by Tony Stark. I'm sure people will be hooked by the design that they will buy it even when they already have a... See more
Fancyyfrog
Not a fan of these (to me) over the top futuristic ideas. What is the point of making something on the screen invisible? Especially when taking a video.
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The newest iPhone 11 features a new dual‑camera system captures more of what you see and love, the fastest chip ever in a smartphone and all‑day battery life let you do more and charge less and the highest‑quality video in a smartphone, so your memories look better than ever.

Take your photos from wide to ultra wide. A redesigned interface uses the new Ultra Wide camera to show you what’s happening outside the frame — and lets you capture it. Shoot and edit videos as easily as you do photos. It’s the world’s most popular camera, now with a whole new perspective.

The iPhone 11 shoots beautifully sharp 4K video at 60fps across all its cameras. The Ultra Wide camera captures four times more scene, so it’s perfect for action shots like your dog catching a frisbee. If you’re recording a performance — say, your kid’s piano recital — when you zoom in, the audio zooms too. And now you can edit videos as easily as you do photos.

Go big — the new Ultra Wide camera captures four times more scene. Think breathtaking landscapes that go on forever. Capturing the entire stage and crowd at a music festival. And vacation shots that show the whole family — including the views you traveled 11,000 miles for.

Learn More from Apple / US$699

Brand: Apple

Model: iPhone 11

Release Date: September 20, 2019

Display Size: 6.1-inch

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