I spent a few minutes with Apple’s 3 brand-new iPhones — here are the biggest things I noticed (AAPL)


iPhone 11 Pro and Max

Apple just unveiled its new iPhones: the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Here’s a brief look at what it’s like to use them.
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CUPERTINO, California — Apple just unveiled its new trio of iPhones: the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. All three phones are available to order starting September 13 ahead of their official launch on September 20.

The cameras on Apple’s newly launched iPhones are undoubtedly the main attraction. The $700 iPhone 11 features a two-lens camera setup, while the pricier $1,000 iPhone 11 Pro and $1,100 Pro Max include triple-lens cameras.

I spent a few minutes with Apple’s new iPhones following the company’s press event. Here’s a brief look at the features and characteristics that stood out to me the most.

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The camera is going to be the main reason people buy these phones.

The iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max bring improvements when it comes to general performance, battery life, and durability.

But it’s the camera that really stands out.

Both phones come with a slew of new photography-oriented features, like a new 120-degree ultra-wide camera that can capture wider scenes, Night Mode for taking better photos in the dark, slow motion video capture for selfies, and Deep Fusion which processes photos pixel by pixel. That feature is coming later this fall.

The camera is a noticeable part of the design, too.

If you’re ever having trouble spotting the difference between an iPhone XS and an iPhone 11, the camera sensors will be a dead giveaway. All of Apple’s iPhones have a larger new cutout for the camera sensor that resembles a square with …read more

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