Apple Introduced iPhone 11 With Night Mode, New Colors, And A Dual-Camera Setup

Aadhya Khatri - Sep 11, 2019


Apple Introduced iPhone 11 With Night Mode, New Colors, And A Dual-Camera Setup

Apple has just introduced the iPhone 11, the successor of last year’s iPhone XR. The phone comes in six colors and new camera features

Apple has just introduced the iPhone 11, the successor of last year’s iPhone XR.

New features coming out this year include a double-camera setup, consisting of a 12MP wide, 26n.m f/1.8, and an ultra-wide 12n.m f/2.4, housed in a square module. Users have the choice to acquire the device in six new colors, with purple and green.

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iPhone 11 is the upgraded version of last year’s iPhone XR

What is new with the second camera is the machine learning support and the ability to combine the results of seven photos for one with the best quality.

The image pipeline analyzes over a trillion operations for each photo for sematic rendering that relights the images according to the subjects.

The front camera on the iPhone 11 can now recognize pets and have a whole new feature called high-key mono. 4K and slo-mo videos are possible from the selfie camera on this successor of iPhone XR, and with it, Apple invents a new way, and a new word, to shoot cool videos, slofie.

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On the rear, iPhone 11 features a double-camera setup housed in a square module

The biggest addition is arguably the Night Mode, which makes use of adaptive bracketing for better shots taken at night.

Under the hood, iPhone 11 is powered by Apple’s A13 Bionic processor, and by far, according to the company, it is the fastest GPU and CPU in a smartphone.

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Night Mode makes use of adaptive bracketing for better shots taken at night

To show the audience what the processor can do, Apple gave a demonstration with a game called Pascal’s Wager, which you will see launched on Apple Store soon. Other than that, we have not seen any other examples of the processor’s real power.

iPhone 11’s cell life will be one hour longer than that of its predecessor, the iPhone XR. Apple’s Face ID was also called out as to have a faster speed at recognizing users’ faces.  With IP68 water resistance rate, iPhone 11 is safe up to the depth of 2 meters.

The iPhone 11 is priced at $699, but no release date has been announced yet.

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