Apple iPhone 11 : release Date , Price and Specifications

Apple iPhone 11 : release Date , Price and Specifications

New Apple iPhone 11 –

Apple is expected to release the iPhone 11 (or iPhone XI) in the fall of 2019. While there has no official news from Apple, the rumor mill is already starting to give us a picture of what we should expect from the newest smartphone from Apple.

Apple iPhone XI is a great smartphone, which was loaded with a lot of quality features. It comes with a waterproof and dustproof body which is the key attraction of the device. The excellent set of cameras offer excellent images as well as capable of recording crisp videos. However, expandable storage and a fingerprint scanner would have made it a perfect option to go for around this price range.

iPhone 11 Features –


Launch Date – September 10, 2019 (Unofficial)
Brand – Apple
Model – iPhone XI
OS – iOS v13.0
SIM Slot(s) – Dual SIM, GSM+GSM
SIM Size – SIM1: Nano
Network – 4G: Available
3G: Available, 2G: Available
Fingerprint Sensor – No

Design –

Height – 143.9 mm Compare Size
Width – 71.4 mm
Thickness – 7.8 mm
Waterproof – yes Water resistant
Ruggedness – Dust proof

Display –

Screen Size – 5.8 inches (14.73 cm)
Screen Resolution – 1125 x 2436 pixels
Aspect Ratio – 19:9
Bezel-less display – yes with notch
Pixel Density – 463 ppi
Display Type – OLED
Screen Protection – yes
Touch Screen – yes Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch
Screen to Body Ratio (calculated) – 80.2 %

Performance –

Chipset – Apple A12 Bionic
Processor – Hexa Core (2.49 GHz, Dual core, Vortex + 1.52 GHz,Quad Core Tempest)
Architecture – 64 bit
Graphics – Apple GPU (four-core graphics)
RAM – 4 GB

Storage –

Internal Memory – 64 GB
Expandable Memory – No


– 14 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP Triple Primary Cameras
Sensor – Back-illuminated sensor (BSI)
Autofocus – yes Phase Detection autofocus
Flash – yes Quad LED True Tone Flash
Image Resolution – 4200 x 3350 Pixels
Settings – ISO control
Shooting Modes – Continuos Shooting, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)
Camera Features – Auto Flash, Face detection

Resolution – 10 MP Front Camera
Flash – yes Retina Flash

Battery –

Capacity – 4000 mAh
Type – Li-ion
User Replaceable – No
Wireless Charging – yes

Network & Connectivity –

SIM Size – SIM1: Nano, SIM2: eSIM
Network Support – 4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, 2G
VoLTE – yes
SIM 1 – 4G Bands:TD-LTE 2300(band 40)
FD-LTE 1800(band 3)
3G Bands: UMTS 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz
2G Bands: GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz

Wi-Fi – yes Wi-Fi 802.11, a/ac/b/g/n/n 5GHz
Wi-Fi Features – Mobile Hotspot
Bluetooth – yes v5.0
GPS – yes with A-GPS, Glonass
NFC – yes
USB Connectivity – USB 2.0, Mass storage device, USB charging

Multimedia –

FM Radio – No
Loudspeaker – yes
Audio Jack – Lightning

Special Features –

Fingerprint Sensor – No
Other Sensors – Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Barometer, Compass,Gyroscope

Pros –

  • Great configuration
  • Excellent set of camera
  • Waterproof and dustproof

Cons –

  • Non-expandable storage
  • No fingerprint scanner

Display and Battery –

The Apple iPhone XI sports a 5.8-inch OLED display, which exhibits a screen resolution 1,125 x 2,436 pixels. It carries a bezel-less display with screen protection to avoid scratches. It comes with a waterproof and dustproof body. The screen carries a pixel density of 463 PPI. It is assisted by a 4,000mAh Li-ion battery that can provide the required power backup to keep it alive for long hours.

Another way to save the cost would be to drop the 3D Touch element of the screen, according to investment bank Barclays (who claim to have spent time with the Asia supply chain). This is the feature that allows you to press harder to open up a new menu. That would be replaced by a more powerful haptic engine that would do… something.

According to 9to5Mac, this is known internally as ‘leap haptics’ and the source code of iOS 13 hints at Haptic Touch, which would replace the smart 3D Touch menus that pop up.

The same confusion over screen size doesn’t seem to reign for the iPhone 11 Max screen, with some suggesting the same-sized display as the iPhone XS Max (at 6.5 inches), but fans will have to wait until 2020 before Apple will increase it to a sizable 6.7 inches.

The best leaks also suggest that Apple will stick with an OLED display for the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max, with the same (cheaper) LCD screen for the new 11R, which would help keep the cost down and preserve battery life. Though one source adds that the LCD screen on the iPhone 11R will see some improvements, such as better anti-aliasing.

iPhone 11 Camera (The Biggest Change) –

This is the only real hardware upgrade we’re seeing from Apple this year, with 2019’s iPhone coming with enhanced picture-taking capabilities. Schematics suggest the same thing, and most chassis leaks hint at the same square cut-out portion.

Respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has weighed in to say that one of these lenses might be almost invisible, adding at the same time that the selfie camera will get a boost from 7MP to 12MP.

The same source is also stating that the image processor inside will be enhanced, but we’d expect nothing less from a brand that’s likely to push the camera prowess as the main reason to buy the new iPhone range.

Apple’s Neural Engine did bring some impressive boosts to the photo quality of the iPhone XS, so another jump forward could continue the brand’s ability to just take photos that, well, look nice – thanks to intelligent algorithms working out what they’re looking at.

Smart Frame capabilities would add a better way to improve the snaps you’re about to take, but we’re still mostly in the dark about what that would bring at the moment.

Elsewhere, we’ve heard that the iPhone 11 could use ‘new’ 12MP sensors, and will offer improved photography, with the three lenses apparently working in coordination in an RGB mode. One of the lenses is also said to offer a 120-degree field-of-view.

Configuration and Connectivity –

The device is powered by two processors – a 2.49GHz Vortex dual-core and a 1.52GHz Tempest quad-core. The processors are placed on an Apple A12 Bionic chipset and are coupled with a 4GB RAM and Apple GPU. Hence, the smartphone offers a lag-free performance while running multiple tasks simultaneously.
The Apple iPhone XI comes with a wide range of connectivity options such as 4G with VoLTE, Wi-Fi, mobile hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS and NFC.

Apple Pencil Support –

According to The Korea Herald’s sources, Apple is considering adding Apple Pencil support to its 2019 iPhone lineup. However, Apple’s technology would make it feel more like a pencil, according to the report.

The Apple Pencil 2 in the new iPad Pro delivers new functionality, such as gestures, and it magnetically attaches to the tablet for charging. Perhaps Apple will offer an Apple Pencil for an iPhone 11 Pro Max or whatever the largest-screen iPhone winds up being this fall.

5G Spport or Not –

While other smartphone makers are offering 5G phones this year — Samsung, OnePlus and LG have already released 5G phones in the U.S. — it looks like Apple is sitting out the first wave. A report in Bloomberg says that Apple likely won’t deliver a 5G iPhone until 2020. (In fact, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says all three iPhones coming out in 2020 will have 5G connectivity.) The lack of a 5G iPhone this year may not be a huge deal, as the major carriers will be rolling out their networks throughout 2019.

Apple could get its modems closer to home beyond 2020. The company has bought Intel’s modem business for $1 billion. That’s obviously not going to impact the iPhone 11, but a source told Reuters that an internally developed 5G modem could be ready as soon as 2021.

Don’t despair about the iPhone 11’s lack of 5G, though — connectivity could improve on the next iPhone if Apple adds support for Wi-Fi 6 to this year’s models. That comes from a Barclays analyst note obtained by MacRumors, and it would mean faster connectivity for the new phones.

iPhone 11 Release Date –

It is that time of the year again. Apple’s September 10 launch event (scheduled at 10:30PM IST) is well and truly confirmed, and we know that the new iPhone line-up is on the way. This is also following the company’s annual launch schedule, usually slated for the second week of September, and nothing changes there. Apart from the new iPhones,

the Apple Watch Series 5 is also expected to be launched at the event. While other hardware has also been talked about. With just a few days to go for the Apple iPhone launch event,

it seems as though all three upcoming iPhones’ specifications have been leaked enough to convince everyone that this is indeed the real deal. So far, reports suggest that the 2019 iPhones will be named iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, succeeding the iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, respectively. All three shall be powered by Apple’s A13 chip, will support Face ID, feature Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, as well as bilateral wireless charging.

Price –

iPhone 11R: $749
iPhone 11: $999
iPhone 11 Max: $1,099
The iPhone XS Max is one of the most expensive phones ever, starting at $1,149, while the iPhone XS costs $999. The iPhone XR is a more reasonable $749. There’s no reason to expect that Apple won’t stick with the same pricing tiers for the iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone 11 (or 11R, if you prefer).

However, Apple could go more mid-range with the iPhone 11R (perhaps closer to $600) to compete with the likes of Google’s Pixel 3a ($399) and Pixel 3a XL ($479), which deliver remarkably good cameras for a very aggressive price tag. But that’s a long shot — instead, expect Apple to cut the prices on its current phone lineup to attract people who balk at paying $750 and up for a smartphone.

iPhone 11 , iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro max Preorder –

Apple’s new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are on sale now. The new iPhones will arrive in stores (and to the first customers who’ve preordered) on Friday, Sept. 20. (Apple also announced that iOS 13 will be available on Sept. 19.)

Overall, the ordering process has been smooth and so far there haven’t been many delays, although 256GB iPhone 11 Pro units for various carriers have their arrival date pushed back to as far out as Oct. 11. Sprint’s page showed the iPhone 11 Pro Max shipping in October too. When we ordered our phones, most iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro Max units on Apple’s site say they’ll ship on time, although some versions of the Max have been pushed back to Oct. 1.

iPhone 11 Price –

iPhone 11 –

  • 64GB: $699, £729, AU$1,199
  • 128GB: $749, £779, AU$1,279
  • 256GB: $849, £879, AU$1,449

iPhone 11 Pro Price –

iPhone 11 Pro –

  • 64GB: $999, £1,049, AU$1,749
  • 256GB: $1,149, £1,199, AU$1,999
  • 512GB: $1,349, £1,399, AU$2,349

iPhone 11 Pro Max Price –

iPhone 11 Pro Max –

  • 64GB: $1,099, £1,149, AU$1,899
  • 256GB: $1,249, £1,299, AU$2,149
  • 512GB: $1,449, £1,499, AU$2,499

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