Apple iPhone XI Pro 2019 flagship: triple-lens cameras, Apple A13 chipset and more…>
Watch out! We have one more exciting flagship handset to introduce to you today! Meet the Apple iPhone XI Pro 2019 with fantastic triple-lens cameras, OLED screen, and 5G support chipset!
Apple iPhone XI Pro 2019 specs
Previously, we have brought you the report about Apple’s plan for this year. Notably, one source caught our eyes the most. In details, our source suggested that the next device joining the new iPhone series can carry the name Apple iPhone XI. Additionally, there’s also the higher variants of this device dubbed Apple iPhone XI Max and Apple iPhone XI Pro. As we have talked about the iPhone XI Max before, let’s give the Pro version the spotlight today!
Firstly, the Apple iPhone XI Pro 2019 is going to pack a triple-lens camera system. Notably, two of these three cameras can “look” at an object from a different angle, therefore producing a 3D object. Besides, other analysts think this is going to be a better implementation of the idea rather than the ToF (time-of-flight) technology; which reads the time a laser takes to bounce off surrounding objects. We expect the setup to include 3 sensors: 14 MP, 10 MP and 7 MP, with OIS and 4K video capture.
Meanwhile, Apple iPhone XI Pro 2019 camera also includes a decent 7MP selfie lens. Now, let’s move on to the hardware! Apple iPhone XI Pro packs a large 6.5-inch AMOLED screen (1242 x 2688 pixels). Under the hood, it is going to run on the new Apple A13 chipset. On the other hand, the iPhone memory sports 4GB RAM with 64/256/512GB memory (no card slot). Moreover, it should come running on the latest iOS version. Otherwise, the device draws a 3430mAh battery box, larger than the one on iPhone XS Max
Apple iPhone XI Pro 2019 release date and price
Based on the sources, the three iPhones are going to hit the market in the fall of 2019. As for the cost, we can expect Apple iPhone XI Pro price to start at $1100 at least. What do you think about the iPhone with a triple-lens camera setup? Drop a comment to let us know!