- Jul 27, 2021
We have new models for Apple iPhone. Apple at a special event released On two high-end models are the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which arrive with a renewed ambition. The two smartphones are most advanced to date as claimed by the company to have new features.
The iPhone 11 Pro, is the first smartphone from the Cupertino company to feature triple rear-camera system. The design changes precisely for this new camera system with new color variations that will certainly attract iPhone lovers.
Specifications of the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max
|iPhone 11 PRO||iPhone 11 PRO MAX|
|Physical Dimensions||144 x 71.4 x 8.1 mm (188 g)||158 x 77.8 x 8.1 mm (226 g)|
|Screen||OLED 5.8 inch Super Retina XDR||OLED 6.5 inch Super Retina XDR|
|Resolution||Resolution 2,436 x 1,125 pixels, 458 dpi||Resolution of 2,688 x 1,242 pixels, 458 dpi|
|Processor||A13 Bionic chip with 64-bit architecture and 7 nm +, Neural Engine (3rd gen)||A13 Bionic chip with 64-bit architecture and 7 nm +, Neural Engine (3rd gen)|
|Graphics Chips||Apple 4-core GPU||Apple 4-core GPU|
|Memory||64/256/512 GB (not expandable with microSD)||64/256/512 GB (not expandable with microSD)|
|Software Versions||iOS 13||iOS 13|
|Connectivty||LTE with 4×4 MIMO, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), Bluetooth 5.0, NFC with read mode||LTE with 4×4 MIMO, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), Bluetooth 5.0, NFC with read mode|
|Rear Cameras||12 + 12 + 12 MP wide-angle (f / 1.8), ultra-wide-angle (f / 2.4) and telephoto (f / 2.0), double OIS 2x optical zoom, 4K @ 24/30 / 60fps recording||12 + 12 + 12 MP wide-angle (f / 1.8), ultra-wide-angle (f / 2.4) and telephoto (f / 2.0), double OIS, 2x optical zoom, 4K @ 24/30 / 60fps recording|
|Front Cameras||12 megapixels, f / 2.2, 4K 60 FPS recording, Retina Flash, 1080p slow-motion video at 120 FPS||12 megapixels, f / 2.2, 4K 60 FPS recording, Retina Flash, 1080p slow-motion video at 120 FPS|
|Others||Face ID, IP68 water resistance (30 min at 4 m depth), GLONASS, Galileo, fast charging (18 W adapter included)||FaceID, IP68 water resistance (30 min at 4 m depth), GLONASS, Galileo, fast charging (18 W adapter included)|
|Price||From 1,159 euros (64 GB)||From 1,259 euros (64 GB)|
Design: iPhone 11 Pro / Max will be recognized by their cameras
We will not even talk about the cameras of the new Apple iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max for their photographic potential, but for the fact that they will undoubtedly be the hallmark of these new models in front of their predecessors.
Simply turn around these new high-end Apple phones to make it clear that we are talking about the latest from this manufacturer. The new rear camera system makes use of a configuration that has been talked about for months and that has finally been confirmed: a square with a slight protrusion in which the three sensors are placed in a unique triangular arrangement.
That differential note is as we said the most important of some designs that in the physical section inherit many of the features of the physical design language of the iPhone. Of course, there are outstanding notes
For example, the use of a stronger glass in these new models, which allows the manufacturer to achieve greater resistance to impacts and impacts.
This design also gains water-resistance integers, and Apple officials say their guarantees go beyond the IP68 certification that allows these phones to be submerged for 30 minutes at a depth of up to 4 meters.
There is a striking novelty in the back, and it is the elimination of the word “iPhone” that appeared on all the phones of the manufacturer for years: Instead, the new models will have the Apple logo, the famous apple bitten, but its situation changes to be in a more focused position.
In the new iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, we also find another relevant change: the thickness increases and goes from 7.7 mm of the Xs and Xs Max last year to 8.1 mm of this year, something that among other things it gives room for a larger capacity battery.
Apple A13 Bionic arrives and, finally, fast charging
In that specification sheet of the new high-end Apple, there are outstanding developments that begin with the processor. The Apple A13 Bionic that gives a new twist to the powerful processors of Apple and that will introduce even more improvements in performance and efficiency.
The new Apple chip comes with an improved 7 nm lithographic process with which they have managed to integrate 8,500 million transistors into an SoC that gives special prominence to artificial intelligence tasks with the Neural Engine and also to efficiency.
Apple promises that this efficiency gives fantastic results with the autonomy that is 4 hours greater in the iPhone 11 Pro than in the iPhone Xs, and that it becomes 5 hours more in the iPhone 11 Pro Max than in the iPhone Xs Max.
But what many expected in the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max has arrived: it is the fast charge, which will accelerate these processes on these devices thanks to the 18 W charger that the manufacturer will include in these models.
That charger is also new for making use of the USB-C connection to Lightning instead of the traditional USB-A cable (the traditional connector) to Lightning. The power delivery grows remarkably in the new adapters, which go from the 5 W of the past to these 18 W that will allow you to charge the batteries of these new iPhone much faster.
We also win in the field of connectivity with the support of Wi-Fi 6 networks (802.11ax), a standard that is gradually being imposed in the industry and that guarantees higher transfer speeds in wireless connections, even in saturated spaces.
LTE connectivity also earns integers with transfer support of up to 1.6 Gbps. In the new devices, the Dual SIM support continues with the particularity that one of these SIM cards must be of the embedded type, eSIM.
The efficiency of the new protocol is also superior to that of previous versions such as the popular 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5), and although we will need a compatible router to take advantage of these options, the inclusion of that support is remarkable in these new iPhone.
There is also a new chip called Apple U1 with Ultra-Wideband technology that debuts on smartphones and is aimed at offering improvements in AirDrop technology. These improvements will arrive with iOS 13.1 on September 30.
There are more improvements in other sections: we have Dolby Atmos sound support and spatial audio for more surround sound, there is still wireless charging support and
Three cameras to fight again for the best photographic mobile
For years the iPhone was an absolute reference in the field of mobile photography, but for a while now Google and its unique commitment to computer photography – it imports almost both software and hardware, or perhaps more – has made the Pixels be considered in many scenarios superior to the iPhone in this area.
Other mobiles have joined that fight to get the best photographic mobile with more sensors for cameras more versatile than ever, and now Apple has wanted to return to the fight with an approach that tries to take advantage of both options.
Thus, the new iPhone makes more efforts in the processing of those images, but it also has a new rear camera system that now makes use of three sensors instead of the two of its previous high-end models.
These three sensors have an identical resolution, 12 Mpixels, and will allow access to a wide-angle f / 1.8, a super wide-angle f / 2.0 and a 120 ° field of view and an f / 2.4 telephoto that will also give greater versatility.
In these cameras we also have the Deep Fusion mode that uses machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques to capture 4 photos at low exposure and another 4 at high exposure before we take our capture: Those photos are then combined to give as result an image with an exceptional level of detail according to Apple.
It also highlights the new night mode that makes use of computational photography to capture light where there is almost none: the result seems promising and soon we can compare it with that already exists in several Android-based mobiles.
The video capture is also the protagonist in these new devices: the three sensors of that system of the rear can capture video in 4K at 60 FPS, and the result can even be edited in real-time on these iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The TrueDepth front camera that accompanies the Face Time system also wins integers with a sensor that goes from 7 to 12 Pixels (f / 2.2), which according to Apple will raise sensitive improvements in that taking of selfies and in videoconferences with this device
That front camera is also striking in its video capture: it is capable of recording in 4K resolution at 60 FPS and also recording video in slow motion: the “slofies” will also be potential protagonists here.