Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro has a 5.8” screen, the Pro Max gets a 6.5” panel. Both are Super Retina XDR display. It’s an OLED that peaks at an impressive 1,200 nits brightness and yet is 15% more energy efficient. It supports a full complement of image quality features from HDR10 to Dolby Vision.
The Pro duo will have a triple camera with 12MP sensors. The main shooter has a 26mm f/1.8 lens, optical image stabilization and Dual Pixel AF. The telephoto lens remains 52mm (2x optical zoom) is brighter than before at f/2.0 and offers OIS and Dual Pixel AF like the main cam. The third one will have a 13mm (120°) ultra wide-angle camera. All three cameras shoot 4K at 60fps with extended color range.
It is powered by the new Apple A13 Bionic chipset, 8.5 billion transistors built on a 7nm process. The chipset is both faster and more power efficient than the A12. The base storage remains at 64GB, you need 256GB or 512GB upgrade if you’re going to use the Filmic app.
It comes in a Midnight Green, Space Gray, Silver and Gold colour variants. The back is machined from a single piece of glass and Apple used PVD coating to give it a matte finish. The rest is built out of stainless steel. The new iPhones come with an 18W power brick but it still uses the Lighting port.
The Apple iPhone 11 Pro will start at $999, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is $1,099 for the base 64GB versions. They will be available for pre-order on September 13 and will start shipping on September 20.