APPLE has unveiled three new iPhones at a glitzy launch event in California.
The iPhone 11 is the cheaper of the trio, while the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max feature bonkers triple camera systems on the back.
The new iPhones – what are they?
As is standard now for Apple, the firm has opted to release three new phones this year.
They’re direct followups to last year’s iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.
All three of the new handsets – the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max – are out later this year.
They were unveiled during an event at Apple’s headquarters in California on September 10.
iPhone 11 Pro – specs, release date and price
The iPhone 11 Pro is Apple’s flagship handset, and comes with a 5.8in display.
A bigger version, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, has similar specs but boasts a massive 6.5in screen.
The big selling point are their bizarre triple camera systems.
They’re housed in a square bump on the back of the phone that’s not exactly easy on the eye.
Each system houses a normal lens, a 4x optical zoom telefoto lens and an ultra-wide lens.
Your photos will be bolstered by a new tool called “Deep Fusion”, which uses AI to combine nine images all taken at once every time you take a snap.
Apple has also stuck a new microchip each phone, dubbed the A13.
That promises to help your phone and apps load faster, and makes it easy to play high-intensity games.
Everything Apple announced at its September 2019 event
Here’s everything we might see…
- Three new iPhones
- New 7th generation iPad
- Apple Watch Series 5
- Apple TV+ release date
- Apple Arcade release date
According to Apple, the battery lasts up to four times longer than the iPhone XS.
You’ll get a fast-charge 18W adaptor in the box, allowing you to juice up at high speed.
The Pro comes in four colours: Midnight green, space grey, silver, gold.
No word on price or availability yet, but we’ll update this piece when we know more.
The iPhone 11 – specs, release date and price
The second handset announced by Apple is the cheaper iPhone 11.
It costs a good chunk less than its bigger brothers, and boasts a dual-lens camera on the back and comes in six colours.
As well as a normal main lens, the new camera comes with a 12MP ultra-wide lens that lets you take even more in with your photos.
It also boasts a Night Mode that automatically brightens your pictures up when snapped in the dark, according to Apple.
You can even shoot video in ultra-wide at 4K resolution, if you fancy it.
The iPhone 11 also comes with the brand new A13 chip.
New colours include black, green, purple, red and white.
Apple is releasing the phone for $699 (£560), with pre-orders opening later this month.
The announcement was made at the space age Apple Park headquarters in the city of Cupertino.
Apple boss Tim Cook opened the event at the campus’ huge Steve Jobs theatre, named after the company’s late founder.
As well as iPhones, Apple launched a new Apple Watch at its September 10 event.
The tech titan also announced updates to Apple TV, the latest version of the iPhone’s iOS software, and more.
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