Apple releases iPhone 11 models

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Apple unveiled the iPhone 11 and it’s variants on Tuesday, packing upgraded ultrawide cameras as it updated its popular smartphone lineup and cuts its entry price to $699.

Along with iPhone 11, the company also released the Pro Max which has an average battery life of 4 hours longer than the previous iPhones. With a wider camera angle, the finishing on the 11 Pro is of a higher premium quality than the iPhone 11.


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The iPhone 11 has an array of three cameras setup and better displays. The iPhone 11 has 4 hours longer than the iPhone 10R while the 11 Pro Max has 5 hours longer battery life. The Front face camera can do the slow-motion shot. The front-facing camera on both is 12MP.

Despite being one of the most popular phones in the world, the iPhone 11 faces stiff competition from likes of Samsung Note 10, 10 Plus, and 10 5G.


The iPhone 11 Pro Max packs a 6.5-inch OLED Super Retina while the 11 has a 5.8-inch OLED Super Retina display.

Both are powered by the Apple A13 Bionic processor.

The iPhone 11 starts at $699 which is a surprising move from Apple seeing as they are known for increasing entry prices rather than lower them. The Pro Max can be purchased with an additional $200.


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