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A13 Bionic
Super Retina XDR
Pro: 5.8 Inches Pro Max: 6.5 Inches
Wide, Telephoto, Ultra-Wide
Glass, Stainless Steel, PVD Coating
Midnight Green, Space Gray, Silver, Gold

Apple iPhone 11 Pro & iPhone 11 Pro Max have three new cameras

When Apple named the iPhone 11 Pro & iPhone 11 Pro Max, they took “pro” into full consideration for design, ability, and practicality. Beginning with the camera, these smartphones have a new wide camera, a new telephoto camera, and a new ultra-wide camera. All of these reside on the back for full access while working together for all-new levels of professional-level images including 4K video. Featuring a stainless steel and glass exterior, the stunning display takes on a whole new name to match its splendor: the Super Retina XDR. The iPhone 11 Pro measures 5.8 inches while the iPhone 11 Pro Max is 6.5 inches. Both versions feature True Tone, haptic touch, and a whopping 1200 nits. Underneath is the powerful A13 Bionic chip which features machine learning for automatic and seamless scheduling. This chip helps to balance efficiency and power to keep up with your every touch. In fact, this new iPhone is 15% more energy efficient. Impressively, the iPhone 11 Pro runs for four hours longer while the iPhone 11 Pro Max runs an extra five hours. If you’re in a rush, you can use the fast charge adapter to quickly charge.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro & iPhone 11 Pro Max have three new cameras
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Discovered on Sep 10, 2019, 9:42 pm EDT
Discovered by Mark Myerson
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