The iPhone 11 range is scheduled to be launched on September 10th in Cupertino. Just like last year, the American company will announce three models. However, the specifications of the three devices have just arrived on the Internet. The three models are iPhone 11, which succeeds iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, successors of iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, respectively.
This device will come with an LCD screen just like the iPhone XR. The screen size remains at 6.1 inches and the resolution does not change either. So we have 1792 x 828 pixels. The smartphone will have FaceID technology, but not 3D Touch.
It will be powered by the new chipset Apple A13
It adds up to 4 GB of RAM. For cameras, it comes with a 12MP front camera and two rear cameras whose settings are not mentioned.
It will also have support for reverse wireless charging and Wi-Fi 6.
iPhone 11 Pro
This version will have a smaller screen of 5.8 inches. However it is OLED, which is always good. It offers a resolution of 2346 x 1125 pixels. It also does not have 3D Touch, but will be provided with Face ID.
This device bets on the chipset Apple A13 and joins 6 GB of RAM.
It will also have a 12MP selfie camera. At the rear will be a triple configuration. Like the most basic model, it supports reverse wireless charging and Wi-Fi 6.
iPhone 11 Pro Max
The iPhone XS Max's successor will have the same 6.5-inch OLED display. The resolution is 2688 x 1242 pixels. That is, just like the predecessor. He won't have the 3D Touch either, but will have the Face ID.
As with the other two devices, the Apple A13 is the chipset that powers it. However it also has 6 GB of RAM.
The selfie camera also consists of a 12MP sensor.
Three sensors are also available at the rear. It will also have reverse wireless charging and Wi-Fi 6.