ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NEW IPHONE 11 LATEST RELEASE BY APPLE


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It has been a long wait and I think everyone is glad and happy now for the new latest release iphone 11.
 Alot of expectation has been hanging on Apples neck since it announces that the released date will be on the 10 September 2019

 Today’s the day we expect to see Apple unveil the iPhone 11 (likely alongside the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max) at a special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino.


As well as killer features, we’re set to learn the price and release date of the new handsets. We should also see the launch of the Apple Watch 5 and the release of iOS 13.

It will be the first iPhone to run iOS 13 out of the box







It’ll likely be the first iPhone to boast a triple-camera setup on the rear, however this feature may be exclusive to the iPhone 11 Pro

Apple’s new A13 chipset will power it, possibly with a new R1 co-processor
It could potentially host the largest battery of any iPhone to date
5G connectivity is unlikely to feature on any of this year’s iPhones

Apple often places its handsets on sale on the Friday of the following week, which could mean that the iPhone 11 could be available to buy as soon as September 20. We’d expect pre-orders to go live this Friday (September 13).

iPhone 11 price − How much will the new iPhone cost?

Apple is famously tight-lipped about its upcoming releases, to the extent that even network partners and agencies rarely have the full pricing picture before the general public.

The only thing we can be almost certain of at this stage is that the iPhone 11 won’t be any cheaper than its predecessors.
As a reminder, both the iPhone X and the iPhone XS launched with a base price of £999/$999.

Certain pricing rumour broke out during the week

iPhone 11: 64GB − $749; 128GB − $799; 256GB − $899

iPhone 11 Pro: 128GB − $999; 256GB − $1099; 512GB − $1199

iPhone 11 Pro Max: 128GB − $1099; 256GB − $1199; 512GB − $1299

As is always the case with leaks of this nature, there’s no telling whether these figures are genuine or not but we will still keep out fingers across for a bargain price.

Battery Life
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggested in April that the iPhone 11 will pack a huge battery. We’re talking about a 25% capacity boost. That got our hopes up, but more recent leaks have suggested that the capacity boost will be closer to just 5%.

 A bigger battery is always good news, but this is hardly the game-changer we had hoped for unless the phone itself also improves its power management.

Even so, the enlarged power pack will apparently drive two-way Qi wireless charging so that you can recharge your new AirPods 2 by placing them on the back of the phone, not unlike Samsung’s S10 series and the Galaxy Buds.

That’s not a given though. Immediately ahead of today’s launch event, respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that the iPhone 11 will not support reverse wireless charging after all.

Apple shifted from Lightning to a complete USB-C solution for the iPad Pro last year and has also chosen the standard for all of its modern MacBooks, a change that opened up far greater compatibility for those devices. Unfortunately, Kuo doesn’t think that this is the year for Apple to switch to the USB-C charging on its phones — but we do hope a Lightning to USB-C adaptor will be bundled in the box at least.


The  iPhone is  pack of 4GB of RAM − just like the iPhone XS − but iOS optimisation makes the most of what seems to be a relatively stingy amount of memory in comparison to competitors which increasingly pack in up to 12GB of memory.

Cameras of iPhone 11

 It looks like the iPhone 11 will get a dual-lens array, with the Pro and Pro Max upping that to three lenses.

it is the first iPhone to feature three rear camera sensors makes us excited about its possibilities.

One of these three lenses will be a wide-angle lens, a first for any Apple smartphone. Intriguingly, the report claims that this sensor will allow users to ‘repair’ shots after the fact, by adding subjects that were just out of frame in the first snap — a really useful new trick based on a mind-blowing concept.

It certainly would make sense for the new iPhone to adopt a triple camera setup this year. Multi-sensor cameras have been a staple on Android flagships for the last couple of years, and the systems on the Galaxy S10 and Huawei P30 Pro we reviewed earlier this year are among the best we’ve seen – a significant step up on the iPhone XS and XS Max’s cameras.

The iPhone 11’s front camera might be in line for some new features too. Apparently, the next iPhone could pack a 12-megapixel TrueDepth selfie camera capable of recording in slow motion.

Apple has also previewed a couple of updates to its much-loved Portrait mode, including ‘Adjust Portrait Lighting intensity’ and ‘High-Key Mono’

The Adjust Portrait Lighting intensity feature will allow users to take control of the lighting and intensity in an image by virtually adjusting where that light sits on the image.


High-Key Mono, on the other hand, sounds closer to a filter in that it completely switches up the colours in a photo to a more vintage looking black and white. Apple says the feature should create “a beautiful, classic look with a monochromatic subject on a white background”.


iPhone 11 − Performance and software


The iPhone 11 will almost certainly pack an A13 CPU. Nobody outside Apple’s Cupertino HQ knows the exact specifications of this new chip yet, but we expect a healthy boost over the Apple A12 Bionic, which powers the iPhone XS.

When combined with the iOS 13’s software efficiencies, the iPhone 11 should be smooth as butter.We are expect a better Deal as we are all waiting for the market released date









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