The iPhone 11 is a new smartphone released, developed, and sold by Apple Inc. It’s the second-generation, thinner iPhone, following the iPhone XR. It was introduced alongside the more high-end iPhone 11 Pro, at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, Cupertino, on September 11, 2018. A few days later, it hit the shelves in the UK. A couple of weeks after that, it hit Australia, Europe, and the United States.
This review will concentrate on the features iphone 11 of the iPhone 11 versus the iPhone 12 pro max. This device is bigger and heavier than its predecessors. Its biggest advantage over the 12 pro max is its larger LCD display. Compared to the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7 Plus, it has a higher resolution ( retina display ) for greater clarity and color accuracy. It also has a bigger, higher-quality screen for better web browsing experience.
iPhone 11 has two cameras – one called the “atzocial” camera and another called the self-portrait mode. The former uses optical image stabilization to minimize movement when taking photographs in general situations. However, when you switch to the portrait mode, this equipment uses optical image stabilization to take a still photograph while the person’s face is moving.
This equipment also uses an advanced, two-dimensional scanning system to capture your FaceTime conversations. FaceTime recordings can be played directly from your iPhone using stereo headphones. This functionality of the iPhone 11 comes along with a new feature called spatial audio. With the help of a microphone, you can record your voice and then immediately produce a 3D sound with the help of your headphones.
iPhone 11’s wide-angle camera can support up to two different cameras on a single housing. In terms of shooting video, it supports both standard (wide-angle) and ultra wide-angle formats. iPhone 11’s video mode is very similar to the iPhone 8’s video mode, which was already mentioned above. However, it has two additional features compared to the iPhone 8’s video mode. The first one is stabilization, which allows the user to move his hands on the screen while still taking pictures or recording.
iPhone 11 supports two general options of photo effects: basic and creative. Basic mode is similar to the iPhone 8’s basic mode, allowing you to select from light, dark, or sepia modes. The creative mode on the other hand enables the user to alter or add effects such as flipping, blurring, zooming, or adding a specific color. There is no doubt that the iPhone 11’s biggest limitation would be the lack of a optical zoom feature, but this issue shouldn’t prevent you from taking excellent images.