It has been a while since Apple Inc. announced the new and improved (we hope!) iPhone 11, but the multinational technology company is yet to announce the release date or any information about the new smartphone. If we are to follow the similar pattern of Apple releases, then we should expect the new iPhone models to be released around September 10th.
Luckily, there are people that are generous and more than happy to share with the rest of the world information about updates and device improvements before being announced by the developers.
The new features of iPhone 11
Recently, there has been a leak regarding the latest iPhone model, iPhone 11. The leak reveals several features of the smartphone.
The first feature is that the three models of iPhone 11 will come in different color palettes than the previous models. The blue and coral colours, that have been the traditional colors of iPhone devices, will be replaced with dark green, lavender and lilac.
Another feature of the new version is that the iPhone will have a ‘matte glass’ black. A third feature is a fact that iPhone 11 will no longer display the branding tag on the back of the device, but the apple tag will still be present.
Of note is the fact that there will be three models for the iPhone 11: the regular one, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Another important thing is that Apple will improve the storage capacity of these three iPhone 11 models. They will come with a variation of 64GB, 256GB and 512GB. What’s more, the battery capacity of the models will be 3969 mAH. It is also rumored that iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max will display triple rear cameras, while the regular model dual rear cameras.
There is one feature of iPhone devices that Apple Inc. decided to ditch and that is the 3D touch.
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