Apple unveiled its 2019 iPhone line-up at the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max launch in September 2019. The iPhone 11 replaces the 2018 iPhone XR, but Apple is still selling last year’s version, while the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are taking the place of the iPhone XS and XS Max, both of which were discontinued last year.
We compared the specifications with each other for the three 2019 iPhones to help you work out which one is right for you.
What’s differance between the new 2019 iPhones?
while the three 2019 iPhones share many similarities — including power, software, and a similar (although not identical) design — there are some differences to consider before making your choice.
Camera Specs :
- iPhone 11: Dual camera
- iPhone 11 Pro: Triple camera
- iPhone 11 Pro Max: Triple camera
Their camera capabilities are one of the main differences between the 2019 iPhone’s. The iPhone 11 comes with a dual camera, while the models of the iPhone 11 Pro come with a rear quad camera.
The versions of the iPhone 11 Pro have a dual 12-megapixel camera configuration with the same two lenses as the iPhone 11 and a telephoto lens with a f/2.0 aperture. The iPhone 11 has dual 12-megapixel ultra-wide cameras with an ultra-wide lens providing an f/2.4 aperture while the wide lens has an f/1.8 aperture.
Both models are fitted with Night Mode, Auto Adjustments, Advanced Bokeh and Depth Control Portrait Mode, Six effect Portrait Lighting and Intelligent HDR next generation for images. The night mode is very strong, providing significantly better low light capabilities across all three phones.
The optical zoom out is the ultra-wide angle lens which helps you to get more in the picture. Thanks to the third telephoto lens, only the Pro versions have 2x optical zoom in. The iPhone 11 has 2x optical zoom out, up to 5x digital zoom, while the iPhone 11 Pro models have 2x optical zoom in, 2x optical zoom out, and 10x digital zoom. Also the Pro models have dual optical image stabilization, whereas the iPhone 11 has standard optical image stabilization.