Apple launched the new iPhone 2019 models a week ago and UBS analyst Timothy Arcuri already points out that the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are seeing a “decent” question. The analyst, whose comments were published by Seeking Alpha, says that sales of the new model were at least strong in the US. As a result, he does not expect to see the kind of sales deficit we saw last year. The analyst calmed his enthusiasm by pointing out that the expectations are low and that the supply chain is still conservatively in terms of the production of parts and components.
Apple has tried to improve some important aspects of its 2019 phones while maintaining the same screen size. First, it improved the rear cameras by adding an ultra-wide sensor to the new models. This gives the iPhone 11 two cameras on the back (12 MP primary + 12 MP Ultra-wide angle), while the Pro models now have three cameras on the back (12 MP primary + 12 MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom + 12 MP wide-angle) Apple has also added a Night mode and the new feature tests similar features present on Google and Huawei flagship. A software update will soon offer “Deep Fusion”. Using AI, the iPhone’s camera will go through 24 million pixels. of nine long and short exposures to join them. The best possible image with less noise and more details.
The new iPhone models are equipped with larger capacity batteries. If this has been done before the dispute of the bilateral wireless recharge, but the conclusion is that, compared to the iPhone XR, the iPhone 11 lasts up to an additional hour between one recharge and the other; The iPhone 11 Pro battery lasts up to four hours longer than that of the iPhone XS and you can get up to five additional hours of battery life from the iPhone 11 Pro Max compared to the iPhone XS Max.
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Apple has also made new phones more water-resistant. The iPhone 11 can dive to a depth of 6 and a half feet for 30 minutes and leave unharmed. The two “Pro” models can be submerged to a depth of just over 13 feet for half an hour without being damaged. Unfortunately, the phone’s warranty does not yet cover water damage, so you can still immerse your phones at your own risk.
Although the 2019 iPhones have just been released, there is already much talk of the 2020 models. Today we broadcast versions of the iPhone 12 Pro Max created by the well-known conceptual designer Ben Geskin based on losses. The device should contain an AMOLED display without 6.7-inch notches and the sensors inside the notch could be placed inside a thin upper frame. According to Apple’s leading analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 12 Pro may have a smaller 5.4-inch AMOLED screen with a footprint equal to the iPhone 8. The iPhone 12 may look similar to the iPhone 11 Pro of this year. In addition to the lack of a notch, there may be another major design change; Reportedly, a metal frame will surround the iPhone 2020s in a design reminiscent of the iPhone 4, launched in 2010. This has helped give the phone the appearance of “a beautiful Leica camera”, according to Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
Some or all of the 2019 iPhones could support 5G and have a USB Type-C port instead of the patented Lightning port. Will we finally see Apple Pencil support with the 2020 models? And the bilateral wireless charging disabled or not inside iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro could be something of next year? Prepared for 11 months of rumors, leaks, and renderings.
As for the phones just launched, at least in the US, they have a “strong” start.
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