The Apple iPhone 11: New Technologies

The much-awaited successor to Apple’s hugely popular iPhone XR arrives in the hands of consumers on the 20th of September. Apple’s latest iPhone 11 promises mid-tier prices with higher-tier functionality, and comes with considerable enhancement of its predecessor’s capabilities, the iPhone XR. Coming in at a cost of £729, the iPhone 11 is cheaper on release than the XR, which came in at £749 upon its release last year.

The most dramatic and noticeable improvement that Apple have delivered upon the XR with the iPhone 11 is the iconic smartphone’s upgraded rear camera. Boasting two rear 12 MP camera lenses, the iPhone 11’s doubled-up camera allows for capturing normal photos as we’re all accustomed too, but it also provides ultra-wide-angle capture. This added feature greatly enhances the extent of photo capture and editing functionality and is unrivalled by any existing technology in the market today. The iPhone 11’s upgraded camera also allows for supreme quality amid low-light performance.

Night-time photo results appear wonderfully bright. And, the wide-angle and ultra-wife-angle camera lens support ultra-high-quality 4K video up to 60 frames-per-second. Apart from the upgraded camera, Apple have promised an upgrade on the XR’s battery life, by approximately one whole hour, in the iPhone 11. Reviewers and pre-release testers have widely reported that the iPhone 11 can perform for 24 hours on one single charge. Apple’s latest handset also features the new A13 Bionic chip, which is up to 20% faster and 30% more efficient in terms of power usage when compared to its predecessor A12 chip found in the XR. This allows for longer screen time and noticeably enhanced functionality. Combined with the new Apple iOS 13 operating system, the iPhone 11 will offer a substantially enhanced performance experience.