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The iPhone 11 is now available in more than just three colours.
Taking a leaf out of the XR’s playbook, you can now choose between a purple, red, yellow, green, black and white variant.
A 6.1 inch LCD, sorry, Liquid Retina display remains, too, carried over from the iPhone XR.
And yes, the phone now features two cameras with a 12MP standard f/1.8 26 mm camera, with a 12MP wide-angle below it.
Apple is adding a host of AI to it though, including “multi-scale tone mapping” which allows the phone to highlight various elements within portrait mode individually. And yes, there’s also a Night Mode.
The company’s also talking up this phone’s video recording prowess, complete with image stabilisation. There’s also a 4K 60fps option, too. An Instagram-like tap-shutter-to-record-video feature also debuts.
Around the front there’s another 12MP snapper which can also record at 4K 60fps and a slow motion video mode too. “Slofies” Apple calls it.
Internally, the Apple A13 Bionic chipset is billed as the fastest CPU and GPU ever placed in a smartphone. That’s some marketing speak to buzz-up the company’s Apple Arcade announcement earlier in the day.
As for battery life, the company’s promising an additional hour of battery life when compared to the XR.
It’s also water-resistant, features a huge notch, and has no headphone jack. But you probably knew that already.
Finally, as for pricing info, you’re going to need $699. That’s $150 cheaper than the XR, mind.
Feature image: Apple