Apple in September, 2019, unveiled its latest flagship iPhones, the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which are being sold alongside the more affordable and less feature rich iPhone 11.
The iPhone 11 Pro features Super Retina XDR OLED display, offering a 2426 x 1125.
The phone includes HDR support, a 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio, and 800 nits max brightness (1200 for HDR). True Tone is included for matching the white balance of the display to the ambient lighting in the room to make it easier on the eyes, as is wide color for more vivid, true-to-life colors.
Design wise, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max look similar to the iPhone XS and XS Max, but come in textured matte finishes available in Gold, Space Gray, Silver, and a never-before-used Apple color: Midnight Green.
Though the 2019 iPhones don’t look much different, Apple says they’re made from the toughest glass ever in a smartphone and offer improved water resistance (IP68), boosting overall durability. Spatial audio support offers a more immersive sound experience, and Dolby Atmos is supported.
The biggest difference between the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max and the previous-generation iPhones is the triple-lens camera setup. Apple’s new iPhones feature triple 12-megapixel ultra wide angle, wide angle, and telephoto cameras.
The new ultra wide camera features a 120 degree field of view, allowing for better landscape shots and tight shots that are able to capture more without having to adjust the position of the iPhone. The telephoto lens has a larger f/2.0 aperture that allows it to capture 40 percent more light compared to the iPhone XS.
With the addition of an ultra wide angle camera, the iPhones support 2x optical zoom in, 2x optical zoom out, and digital zoom up to 10x. Dual optical image stabilization is available for the wide angle and telephoto lenses, the True Tone flash is brighter, and the cameras offer next-generation smart HDR to intelligently recognize subjects in frame and relight them for more natural-looking photos that have more detail.