Every year, Apple launches new iPhones sometime in September since 2012. This year, the launch event is scheduled on September 10 at the Steve Jobs Theatre located in Cupertino, California. As with every year, Apple hasn’t yet confirmed any updates and specifications or features about the upcoming phones but thanks to the hundreds of leaks and rumors that go live every day, we do have a rough estimate of specification sheet of what to expect.
This year started with a band with news concerning 2019 iPhones started floating almost a year before its estimated release this month. Based on these rumors, a recent report presents overall specifications of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max but take it with a pinch of salt.
Apple iPhone 11 Specifications
The successor to iPhone XR (2018), also known as iPhone XR2, the iPhone 11 might show considerable upgrades. It will feature 6.1” LCD display with 1792×828 pixels resolution at 326 PPI which is identical to last year’s affordable model.
The phone will feature A13 chip paired along with 4GB RAM and will have an upgraded dual 12MP rear sensors along with a single 12MP front cam which is an upgrade over the predecessor. The iPhone 11 will also have a larger 3,110 mAh battery as opposed to last year’s 2,658 mAh and will support bilateral wireless charging as well.
The phone will have glass design and will no longer support 3D Touch as well as Apple Pencil. It will have 4/256/512GB of internal storage variants and it is expected to commence at $749.
Apple iPhone 11 Pro Specifications
iPhone 11 Pro will act as the successor to last year’s iPhone XS Max which had dual rear sensors and OLED display. This year, iPhone 11 Pro will maintain the 5.8” OLED display and will possess screen resolution of 2,436×1,125 and with a pixel density of 458PPI. The Cupertino-basedApple has surely given this upcoming some major upgrades such as it will feature a triple 12MP sensors that’ll include a standard plus telephoto and a wide-angle lens and will have a 12MP front camera housed in iPhone X-like notch as Apple hasn’t found a way to get rid of it yet.
Speaking about the performance, the device will boost an Apple A13 SoC bundled with 6GB RAM and will have 128GB, 256GB, 512GB on internal storage variants. The specs sheet suggests that it will poise a slightly larger 3,190 mAh while iPhone XS had a smaller 2,658 mAh battery which is a massive upgrade.
Furthermore, all three iPhones models will have upgrade FaceID with elevated facial recognition at wide-angle thereby allowing users to unlock their phones simply when the phone is on the table. Apart from that, iPhone 11 Pro will not have 3D touch as said earlier while it will have Wi-Fi 6, Apple Pencil support and reverse wireless charging on-board. Finally, the rear will be a frost glass design something we have seen with a plethora of smartphones now. The device is expected to fetch a price tag of $999 the same as its predecessor for the base model.
Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max Specifications
Okay, I know the name is too long but iPhone 11 Pro Max might make it so here’s what the specs sheet reveals about it. Similar to iPhone 11 Pro, it will run on the same A13 SoC paired along with 6GB RAM and will have the same internal storage. The phone will have a larger 6.5” OLED display with 458PPI. The front will have a 12MP shooter inside a notch along with the upgrade FaceID technology that I discussed above.
Apart from that, iPhone 11 Pro Max will run on a larger 3,500 mAh battery as opposed to the 3,110 mAh used in its predecessor. The phone will have all the tech as iPhone 11 Pro while the major upgrade being a triple 12MP cameras compared to last year’s iPhone XS Max. Finally, the device is expected to have a price tag of around $1,099 for its base model. Apple has confirmed an upcoming launch event on September 10 and interestingly enough, Apple will start shipping as early as September 20.
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