iPhone 11 – Specs and Features

iPhone 11
iPhone 11

iPhone 11

It has everything you need. Certainly the Pro models, an additional zoom lens, a slightly longer battery life and for some nicer screens. But most people don’t need all of that, save $ 300 and grab the iPhone 11.

There are still thick bezels

If you were hoping Apple would downsize its successor for the iPhone XR, think again, which is unfortunately not the case. Yes, the design is still a huge improvement over the iPhone 8, but the front of the iPhone 11 is unchanged. A thick bezel surrounds the 6.1-inch screen and there’s the same wide notch at the top that carries the TrueDepth camera and sensors for Face ID.

iPhone 11’s display

It’s not the perfect size, but that’s the 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro. The iPhone 11 is a good middle ground for users who want to have a large screen and still want to manage the phone in one hand. It can be difficult, someone with large hands says, to reach the back button, which is often in the upper left corner. This iPhone feels solid and the glossy glass back is not as smooth as the matte surface of the Pro models. Unfortunately, it is not as durable as the Pro models, because it is made of aluminum and not stainless steel. The best part of the new iPhone make up the colors. There are six options and they all look wonderful.

Although the screen resolution is a bit low. You can hardly call that a problem.
However, the iPhone 11 does not have a display that matches its price. This leaves it behind the competition. Of course it’s not bad. But you can find better at the same price.
When it comes to audio, there are stereo speakers for surround sound and they sound alive. While they’re not as loud as the speakers on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus and don’t sound as good, they’re more than enough for games and movies.

Cameras: Double Whammy iPhone 11

The iPhone XR of last year had only one lens and was therefore not very versatile. This continues to evolve with the iPhone 11. It now has a 120-degree ultra-wide-angle lens that lets you shoot more of a scene. You won’t find this function in Google’s Pixel 4.
The 12 megapixel main sensor, which has an aperture of 1: 1.8, is identical to the main lens of the iPhone 11 Pro models. There are various improvements across the board. The autofocus, which is three times faster in low light conditions, to better Smart HDR for more balanced shots with high-contrast lighting and a new function called semantic rendering. The IPhone 11 camera tries to recognize its own elements of the photo, such as faces, and Smart HDR then processes them separately using the pictures it captures.

The iPhone 11 now has the best smartphone camera you can buy. It captures all the details and the most natural colors that you can see on a smartphone. Unfortunately, it has a fixed focus lens. Which means you have to be 1 meter away from the subject to be in focus. You can’t take close-up pictures with it, although most of the competitors have this flaw too, but it could help make Apple’s ultra-wide lens stand out from the crowd. Creature of the Night The star of the iPhone 11’s camera is the newly developed night mode. This is not a dedicated night mode like that of Google’s Night Sight for pixel phones. However, it is activated automatically when poor lighting conditions are detected. You could turn it off or keep the automatic setting, or set the maximum long exposure that the camera deems necessary.

This can change depending on the situation, but the camera can achieve an exposure of up to 28 seconds. But only when it is dark enough and the smartphone is on a tripod. Most pictures require an exposure time of two to three seconds. Google’s night vision usually decides for itself how long exposure is carried out by various factors. Night Sight, however, delivers stronger details, but if you choose maximum exposure on iPhone 11, the results are pretty much comparable.

What is different is the colors. The iPhone 11 tends to maintain natural colors while the pixel may miss the mark. The iPhone’s night mode also ensures that the ambience of a scene is preserved and certain areas are illuminated. The pixel’s aggressive white balances the photo and brightens everything.

iPhone 11 the night mode

Apple has long been a favorite in low-light photography. It is gratifying to see how it is carried up. It’s disappointing that night mode doesn’t work with the selfie camera and ultra wide-angle lens, which should definitely be fixed. This can be restrictive when taking night shots because the ultra wide-angle lens has a narrower aperture than the main lens. As a result, it does not absorb enough light. It creates screwed up shots.

There are various improvements in portrait mode. IPhone11 users can now portray almost anything including pets, people, objects, whatever they like. On the iPhone XR, which had only one lens, the camera could only take portraits of people. For those who want to use an iPhone 11, that’s all here, enough comparison to make it visible that it’s actually worth it.