iPhone 11

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro debuted on September 10, 2019, touting better cameras, display, and performance. Apple unveiled three new devices, all touting the next smartphone’s name — the dual-camera iPhone 11, and the triple-camera iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The new devices use an A13 Bionic chip, dubbed by the company as the fastest CPU and GPU ever to ship in a smartphone, 20 percent faster than the A12. All three devices offer a new ultra-wide-angle lens, enabling users to fit subjects in the frame even in tight spaces and offering new creative effects. 5G is a no-show, but all three support Wi-Fi 6 and faster gigabit-class LTE. A new U1 chip provides spatial awareness, using ultra-wideband technology for what Apple claims is the first time in a smartphone. Face ID is also 30 percent faster, with support for more angles and varying distances. Spatial audio also provides more immersive sound. The devices were unveiled in full at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. The conference room forms part of the new Apple Park campus, one of the last projects Steve Jobs worked on at the company.