The first iPhone to be called Pro. New iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro max. Shoot with all-new Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto cameras. Take photos in drastically lower light with Night mode. Capture the highest-quality video of any smartphone. All powered by A13 Bionic, the fastest chip in a smartphone, and with an unprecedented leap in battery life. Oh, and it’s water-resistant up to 4 meters for 30 minutes.
iPhone 11 and 11 Pro: Should you upgrade?
We take a look at the specs for the brand new iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, comparing them to last year’s iPhone XS and XS Max. Or maybe the iPhone 11, the newer version of the iPhone XR, is the one to get?
The camera’s is the big upgrade, most exciting part of the new iPhone 11, with the capacities extending far beyond packing another sensor into the mix, where there’s now two 12MP sensors, a wide-angle normal sensor and an ultra-wide one that takes a step back to extend the field of view of the shot.
The Neural Engine of the high-power A13 Bionic chipset is then able to think through what it’s looking at and choose the best pixel from each shot – meaning you’ve got a camera that’s the equivalent of ‘mad science’, according to Apple.
There’s also an improvement to video quality too, where the phone can now shoot in 4K and with the smooth 60fps – it lacks the finesse of the iPhone 11 Pro, in terms of raw power, but the quality we saw seemed to be slick and more colorful than before.