iPhone 11 is Apple’s next-generation smartphone series that comes in a variety of colours – these include yellow, green and purple.
iPhone 11 comes with two sensors on its rear – these deliver primary and ultra wide-angle perspectives for Apple fans.
The latter of which makes the phone’s photography offering much more diverse than before.
Plus, the device also totes a night mode that allows owners to take snaps in dimly lit environments.
Such functionality is incredibly similar to that already seen on rival Android devices such as the Google Pixel 3 and Huawei P30 Pro.
In addition to its rear sensor, Apple also declared the iPhone’s 11 front module has also been upgraded.
The mobile now boasts a 12-megapixel selfie camera that has a deluge of new features such as a wider field of view and the ability to record in slow motion.
The new Apple hardware looks very similar to last year’s iPhone XR – the device similarly comes with a notch at the top and has noticeable bezels around the edges of its screen.
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