There is a lot to talk about when it comes to the iPhone 11 features. Because it offers changes in a different direction from the previous iPhone.
Apple was unveiled new colors pallet of colors in the recent ceremony alongside other never seen before features.
iPhone 11 Features At A Glance
- These are some basic features you will get to see at first glance.
- A Dual-lens camera at the rear.
- Ultra-Wide and Wide lenses
- A 6.1″ Liquid Retina display
- Night Mode enabled-camera
- Dolby Atmos
- A durable glass
- Of course available in 6 Colors
iPhone 11 Features Upgrades
Because of the iPhone 11 features, people consider it as the only iPhone with real upgrades since iPhone 5 to 6. It is indeed the perfect iPhone. The iPhone 11 is the latest in the lines of iPhone succeeding the iPhone XR.
iPhone 11 Display
The iPhone 11 features have a 6.1-inch LCD (Liquid Retina HD Display), 1792 x 828 resolution at 326ppi, 1400:1 contrast ratio, 625 nits maximum brightness, adjustable white light balancing and variety of color spectrum that depict reality.
iPhone Screen, Feel And Colours
The iPhone 11 features a glossy, expensive glass body that comes in six different colors: White, Black, Yellow, (PRODUCT)RED, Purple, and Green. The latter two colors are both new in 2019.
The iPhone 11 doesn’t look much different than the iPhone XR, but Apple says it’s made from the toughest glass ever in a smartphone and offers improved water resistance (IP68), boosting overall durability. Spatial audio offers a more immersive sound experience, with Dolby Atmos
iPhone 11 Camera
The camera system sets the iPhone 11 apart from the XR, with a dual-lens camera. It is an improvement over the prior single-lens camera. The camera setup features a standard wide-angle camera and a new ultra-wide-angle camera with a 120-degree field of view. Unlike the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, there is no telephoto camera lens.
According to Apple, the ultra-wide-angle camera captures four times more scene, making it ideal for landscape photos, architecture images, tight shots, and more. Both of the cameras work together to enable Portrait mode for people, pets, objects, and more, an upgrade over the iPhone XR that only supported person shots in Portrait mode.
The camera interface on the iPhone 11 has been overhauled with a more immersive experience. The present lets you see and capture the area outside of the frame using the ultra-wide-angle camera if desired. 2x optical zoom out is supported, as is digital zoom up to 5x.
Apple has added a new Night Mode that’s designed to use the iPhone’s processing capabilities and the new wide camera sensor to capture crisp, clear, bright photos even in very low lighting conditions, similar to the Night Sight mode on Google Pixel devices.
Smart HDR and 4K Video Recording
Next-generation Smart HDR takes advantage of machine learning to capture more natural-looking images with improved highlight and shadow detail, and this fall, Apple is introducing a Deep Fusion feature that will use advanced machine learning techniques for pixel-by-pixel processing of photos, optimizing for texture, details, and noise. All in all, the iPhone 11 offers much improved photographic capabilities over the XR.
4K video recording with extended dynamic range is available at 24, 30, or 60fps, and both of the cameras in the iPhone 11 can be used for recording video, with live swapping available using a simple tap.
A QuickTake video mode lets you hold down on the shutter button in the Camera app to automatically record video with subject tracking, and an Audio Zoom feature matches the audio to the video framing for more dynamic sound.
The front-facing TrueDepth Camera system now features a new 12-megapixel camera. Thus making Face ID up to 30 percent faster and able to work from more angles. For the first time, it supports 120 fps slo-mo video, allowing users to capture slo-mo selfies, aka “slofies.” The TrueDepth camera also supports next-generation smart HDR for more natural-looking photos and it can record 4K video at 60 fps.
Increased Processing Speed
Inside the iPhone 11, there’s an A13 Bionic 7-nanometer chip along with a third-generation Neural Engine. Apple says the A13 Bionic is the fastest chip ever in a smartphone with 20 percent faster CPU and GPU than the A12. New Machine Learning Accelerators allow the CPU to deliver more than 1 trillion operations per second, and the Neural Engine is faster than ever for real-time photo and video analysis.
Better Battery Life
When it comes to battery life, the iPhone 11 lasts for one hour longer than the iPhone XR. It supports up to 17 hours of video playback, up to 10 hours of streamed video playback, and 65 hours of audio playback, though it does not match the battery life of the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max. Fast charging is available, but unlike the iPhone 11 Pro, the iPhone 11 ships with a standard 5W charger and fast charging require extra equipment.
The iPhone 11 features Gigabit-class LTE with 2×2 MIMO and LAA, Wi-Fi 6 support (802.11ax) with 2×2 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0, Dual-SIM with eSIM, and an Apple-designed U1 Ultra Wideband chip that improves spatial awareness and allows for better indoor tracking. In iOS 13.1, the chip will allow for directionally aware suggestions for AirDrop.
Apple is offering the iPhone 11 in 64, 128, and 256GB capacities with prices that start at $699. The iPhone 11 will be available for pre-order on Friday, September 13 at 5:00 a.m. Pacific Time or 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time. The device is set to launch in stores and ship to customers on Friday, September 20.