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TechnologyApple reveals the powerful new iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max

21:35  10 september  2019
21:35  10 september  2019 Source:   engadget.com

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As usual, Apple's latest batch of iPhones aren't exactly surprising, thanks to plenty of detailed leaksthroughout the year. Today, the company unveiled the iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max, its high-end smartphones that'll join the slightly cheaper iPhone 11. You might have noticed the name changes this time around: the Pro models are direct successors to last year's "XS" phones, while the 11 is the cheaper alternative following the iPhone XR. There are a few design changes, like a "surgical-grade stainless steel" case and matte finish, but the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are more focused on cramming in as much power as possible.

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Apple reveals the powerful new iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max

While the iPhone XS and XS Max featured two cameras, one for standard shots and another for telephoto and portrait pictures, the Pro models add a new 12MP wide-angle lens like the iPhone 11. Similar to how telephoto lens zooms into a shot, the wide-angle lens will let you zoom out a bit, allowing you to capture more of a scene without stepping back. The big takeaway is that you'll have a lot more flexibility when taking photos with this year's iPhones.

Aside from new midnight green and gold finishes, those cameras also make up the one major visual difference from last year's iPhones: a square camera hump. Your mileage might vary on that design choice, but it's not entirely surprising. We know the Pixel 4 will also get a square rear camera module, though from Google's renders, it looks to be less obtrusive than Apple's implementation. To my eyes, the camera hump detracts from the minimalist aesthetic Apple has been moving towards with the iPhone X and beyond. But all of those cameras have to live somewhere, right?

The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max

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