Apple’s latest edition of the iPhone—the first smartphone that changed the phone game so many years ago—is out and boasts several new features, including one of the biggest and most publicized changes to the phone—the three cameras.
Another new feature to the phone is the option to purchase three different versions of it with slightly different specs and features. The iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max are being sold at $699, $999, and $1099 respectively.
Below is a breakdown of the phones’ new features, specs and designs you can read while you wait in like to purchase one for yourself.
Each version, the standard 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max have different sizes and dimensions. The 11 is 5.9 by 3 by 0.33 inches with a 6.1 inch screen, the 11 Pro is 5.7 by 2.8 by 0.32 inches with a 5.8 inch screen, and the Pro Max is 6.2 by 3.1 by 0.32 inches with a 6.5 inch screen; and they weight 6.84 ounces, 6.63 ounces, and 7.97 ounces respectively.
There are also different color options to choose from that are dependent on the model. The 11 comes in black, yellow, green, purple, white, and product RED; while the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max come in gold, space gray, silver, and midnight green.
All three versions run on Apple’s new A13 Bionic processor, which is supposed to have a 20 percent faster CPU and GPU than the A12—which was already the fastest processor on the market.
All three models also come in three different storage options: 64 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB. And, as with previous models, there is no option for expandable storage.
All three cameras on all three models are 12 megapixels wide, and the rear cameras on the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max come with 12-megapixel telephoto lenses.
The battery life is advertised as an hour longer than the iPhone XR—which lasted for roughly 11-and-a-half hours of continuous use—and is advertised as being capable to offer 17 hours of video playback and 65 hours of audio playback.
While all the new models will be compatible with WiFi 6—which will mean faster internet surfing, and efficiently managed traffic from more connected devices—it won’t be able to connect to 5G networks (however, it is expected that this will be available in 2020), despite the fact that Samsung, LG, and OnePlus have all released 5G-capable devices.
It also doesn’t offer the reverse, wireless charging option that was rumored to be included and would allow users to charge their AirPods, Apple Watch, and other devices using the back of the iPhone 11—similar to the function the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10 phones provide.
Finally, Apple elected not to make the iPhone 11s compatible with the Apple Pencil, and there will be no USB-C port that was rumored to be replacing the lightening connection port.