After plenty of anticipation, the iPhone 11 is finally here. On Tuesday, September 10, Apple held its September Keynote where the new iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch Series 5, and much more was officially unveiled at Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California.
As was previously teased, the new iPhone 11 will have three cameras.
The iPhone 11 will be available in its traditional colors along with six new colors: purple, green, yellow, white, red and black.
The iPhone 11 starts at $699, $50 cheaper than the iPhone XR. There will be an iPhone 11, an iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max model of the device. iPhone 11 Pro models will be available in Midnight Green, Space Grey, Silver and Gold colors.
iPhone 11 presales will begin on Friday, September 13 with the phone releasing on Friday, September 20.
The iPhone 11 Pro is "the most advanced and detailed iPhone we've made yet." pic.twitter.com/FdBcZbpUui
— CNET (@CNET) September 10, 2019
According to CNBC, “the cameras are packed with upgraded sensors, allowing for features like multiscale tone mapping for improved highlights, as well as night mode, which helps brighten photos in dark environments. Additionally, the iPhone 11 features a 12-megapixel TrueDepth camera on the front, which lets users film slow motion videos, along with wide angle selfies.”
Here's what you need to know about the new iPhone 11:
-$699 ($50 cheaper than the iPhone XR)
-6 new colors
-Slow motion selfieshttps://t.co/OF85Nqjj3k #AppleEvent pic.twitter.com/USF4z3mkxx
— CNBC (@CNBC) September 10, 2019
The new camera features will also include a Night mode that will allow users to take illuminated low-light photos. With the wider cameras, users will also be able to take wider frame selfies that will allow more people to fit into the frame. And, for the first time ever, the iPhone’s front camera will feature slow-motion capability.
With its new 6.1-inch display, faster Face ID, and an A13 Bionic chip, Apple says the iPhone 11 is now the fastest smartphone on the market.
A software update in the fall will make the feature “Deep Fusion” available for the iPhone 11 Pro. Deep Fusion is described as “computational photography mad science.”
iPhone 11 will fuse 9 images taken by all 3 sensors at once to give you the highest resolution with a feature called Deep Fusion. The feature won’t be available until a software update. pic.twitter.com/qxkhLUV7v7
— Shameika🌹 (@rifvmo) September 10, 2019
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