Along with the iPhone Pro and and Pro Max, Apple just officially announced a more budget-friendly 2019 device — the iPhone 11.
Unlike the name of its biggest sibling, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, its moniker is simple. Elegant, even. Here's how much it's going to cost you in Australia, and when you can get it.
The new iPhone 11 comes in six colours, ans they're all pretty hot - yellow, green, purple black, white and red.
The camera also has an upgrade, now sporting rear wide and ultra wide lenses at the back as well as a long-awaited night mode.
On the video side of things it will shoot 4K at up to 60 fps and has slo-mo capture, time-lapse, cinematic video stabilisation, and extended dynamic range on both the main and ultra-wide cameras. It can also take slow motion selfies
The iPhone 11 also has a brand new processor, the 7nm A13 Bionic, which is 20 per cent faster than its predecessor.
Here are the key specs you can expect from the iPhone 11.
- iOS 13
- A13 Bionic chip CPU
- 6.1-inch all-screen LCD Multi‑Touch display with IPS technologyy
- 1792 x 828 pixel resolution at 326 ppi
- 64GB/128GB/256GB storage (no word on the RAM as Apple doesn't disclose this)
- Dual rear camera: 12MP Wide (ƒ/1.8 aperture) 12MP Ultra Wide (ƒ/2.4 aperture) and 12MP (ƒ/2.2 aperture) front facing camera.
- 4K video recording
- Face ID
- Battery lasts 1 hour longer than iPhone XR (battery mAH also isn't disclosed by Apple)
- 150.9 mm x 75.7 mm x 8.3 mm, 194g
- IP68 water resistance
- Black, white, yellow, purple, green and red colour options
Despite being cheaper (and $30 less expensive than the XR at launch) the entry-level iPhone will still cost you.
The 64GB comes in at $1,199, the 128GB at $1,279 and the 256GB at $1,449.
The iPhone 11 will be available for pre-order from September 13 and will ship on September 20.