Apple revealed the iPhone 11 on September 10, 2019, as one of three devices in the newest family of iPhone devices. The iPhone 11 was the least powerful (and least expensive) of three models, the other two sporting the names iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The iPhone 11 (non-pro) had a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina HD display (LCD) with multi-touch and IPS technology.
The iPhone 11 had 1792‑by‑828‑pixel resolution at 326 pixels per inch across its 6.1-inch panel. This device’s display had True Tone technology, wide color display (P3) tech, and Haptic Touch enabled. Much like its slightly more expensive (Pro) brethren, the iPhone 11 had an A13 Bionic chipset.
The backside of the iPhone 11 had a rounded-corner square camera array, like the iPhone 11 Pro devices, but sported 2x lenses while the Pro models had 3. The iPhone 11 had 2x 12MP cameras, one with an Ultra Wide lens and one just Wide. The Wide had an ƒ/1.8 aperture while the Ultra Wide had an ƒ/2.4 aperture and 120° field of view.
This device will appear in our full hands-on, first impressions, and full review in SlashGear’s main news feed soon. For now, have a peek at the photos captured at Apple’s main event and note the differences between this and the Pro models in our feature iPhone 11 vs Pro: What’s the difference?