Apple revealed a couple of new devices on Tuesday, but the biggest announcement for early adopters is without a doubt the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. This cutting-edge smartphone features the latest camera technology, an A-13 Bionic, improved battery life and more. Here’s everything you need to know about the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, from price and release date to specs and features.
iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max Release Date
The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max will release on September 20. You can pre-order on Friday, September 13 at 5 a.m. Pacific time.
iPhone 11 and Pro Max Pro Max Pro Price
The iPhone 11 Pro starts at $999. The iPhone 11 Pro Max starts at $1,099.
iPhone 11 and Pro Max Pro Specs
Here’s a full rundown of all the technical specifications we know so far for the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro max:
- Three 12-megapixel rear-facing cameras
- Enhanced battery life (+4 hours on the Pro, +5 hours for Pro Max)
- A-13 Bionic Process
- The iPhone 11 Pro features a 5.8-inch display with a 2436‑by‑1125-pixel resolution at 458 ppi. The 11 Pro Max comes in at 6.5 inches across with a 2688‑by‑1242-pixel resolution at 458 ppi. Both feature OLED panels and Apple’s Super Retina XDR.
. Both feature OLED panels and Apple’s Super Retina XDR with
- Face ID (now faster and works at wider angles)
- Storage space: 64, 256, or 512GB
- Water and dust resistance with an IP68 rating (maximum depth of 4 meters up to 30 minutes)
The iPhone 11 Pro features all the latest Apple technology, which means better battery life, of course. The Pro will get four extra hours per day while the Pro Max gets five more hours.
Meanwhile, the new trio of back-facing 12-megapixel cameras let you do more than ever. There’s a telephoto lens, a wide lens, and a new ultra-wide lens. So you’ll be able to take three different photos of any scene using all three cameras to get the best possible shot.
The new cameras also feature a mode called “Deep Fusion” that leverages Apple’s A-13 Bionic neural chip to shoot nine images at once, analyzes all of them to optimize every single pixel. “It is computational photography mad science,” said Apple’s marketing chief Philip Schiller.
Apple also promised better water resistance, stronger glass, and more.