Apple has disclosed its iPhone 11 during an event held at its headquarters in Cupertino, California.
Apple has turned out three models, A low price iPhone 11, The iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone Pro Max.
All three smartphones will be available after preorder on Friday, and shipping starts September 20.
The iPhone 11 price will be at $699, The iPhone 11 Pro will starts at $999, and Pro Max will be around $1,099.
Preorders open at 5 a.m on Friday and shipping will start on September 20, The iPhone 8 price will remain the same at $499, and XR will now be available at $599.
iPhone Pro 11
Schiller Said All iPhone Pro’s Cameras will shoot 4K video, The app for videos will also boast enhanced editing features.
A new feature that is available in iPhone 11 Pro is the Deep Fusion image processing system, it uses machine learning to create the best quality photo Schiller said.
Cameras: The camera system features, where three parts have been added, wide camera, an ultra-wide camera, and a telephoto camera, That’s a lot of cameras on one phone.
Battery: the iPhone 11 Pro’s battery lasts four hours longer than the XS., The Pro Max battery lasts five hours longer than XS Max, Both phones will also have a fast charger.
It’s available with a 5.8-inch or a 6.5-inch super retina XDR display, It will boast the A13 Bionic chip.
Apple’s Phil Schiller has also said this is the first iPhone to carry the Pro name, It’s made of surgical-grade stainless steel.
It features finishes such as midnight green, space gray, silver, and gold.
A New iPad
A new iPad, the seventh-generation model, will be available at the end of the month, with a higher-resolution 10.2-inch screen.
The new phones come at a time when Apple’s iPhone sales have fallen because of consumer pushback at the rising prices of the phone and issues in China, CFRA Research says iPhone sales will be down 15% in 2019.
Apple has historically sold over 200 million iPhones for the past several years, but analyst Daniel Ives from Wedbush Securities says Apple will ship 180 million of the new phones.
The Watch division brought in more revenue in the recent quarter than iPads, $5.5 billion to $5.0 billion, and is close behind Macintosh computers at $5.8 billion.
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The iPhone still rules at $26 billion, and No. 2 in the Services division with $11.4 billion.
To make up the shortfall from declining iPhone sales, Apple has been pushing hard on Services, which includes iCloud storage and Music subscriptions.