Following many rumours about its specs, features and appearance, the iPhone 11 has now been released, alongside the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. In this post, A1 Comms breaks down all the key details about the new iPhones.
Published on: 20/09/2019
At the launch on 10 September, Apple announced three new phones coming to market: the iPhone 11, the iPhone Pro and the iPhone Pro Max. The iPhone 11 is available in 6 colours – three pastel shades, a red, a black and a white – and has a dual camera system on the back which includes a wide and ultra wide camera. The iPhone 11 Pro is slightly smaller but boasts a triple camera system on the back, adding a telephoto camera. It is available in a more muted colour palette of gold, space grey, silver and midnight green. To complete the range of new phones, the iPhone 11 Pro Max also has the triple camera system of the iPhone 11 Pro and is available in the same colours, but is the largest of the three phones, with a 6.5 inch display. More detailed specs below.
The pièce de résistance of the iPhone 11 is the camera system. Each back camera is 12MP, with the ultra wide camera being perfectly suited to capturing landscapes, action shots and large interiors. It also boasts impressive night and portrait modes and next-generation smart HDR.
The iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max have an additional telephoto camera for capturing the finer details, with all three lenses working together to create one astonishing image. You can also shoot 4K video, using the impressive built-in editing software (found on all three phones) to unleash your creative side.
Like all the iPhones to come before, the iPhone 11 range make great business phones. Not only do their superior systems make them perfect for professions where quality photos are key, such as architecture, design and journalism: the operating system, improved battery life and A13 Bionic super-fast chip make them powerful tools for doing business. Apple even claims that the iPhone Pro Max has 5 more hours of battery life than the iPhone Xs Max.
If you’re interested in the new iPhone 11 handsets as business mobiles, get in touch with A1 Comms today and we will find and negotiate the best possible contract for you. Give us a call on 01773 522 300 or fill in our contact form today.