The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max go on sale Sept. 20, bringing faster processors and a wider range of color options to Apple’s iPhone range. What really sets the 2019 iPhones apart from their predecessors, however, is a bevy of new camera improvements, including a three-lens design on the Pro models that some say resembles a fidget spinner. Twitter memes aside, this year’s upgrades to the camera hardware and software are no joke. The two lenses on the back of the iPhone 11 and the three on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone Pro Max combine with a whole slew of software tweaks to bring you what is, at least on paper, the most impressive camera performance in an iPhone to date. So while you’re waiting for preorders to begin Friday, September 13, here are the five new iPhone 11 camera features you can anticipate the most. Now playing: Watch this: iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are packed with camera features 2:42 A new ultrawide-angle lens to uplevel your landscape shots As an addition to the standard wide-angle lens, Apple’s new ultrawide lens provides a 120-degree field of view, capturing four times more area than previous models. That means those sweeping, dramatic landscape photos should no longer require the many third-party clip-on gadgets that achieve the same thing. High-end smartphones from Samsung, Huawei and LG have used an ultrawide-angle lens for years. Still, this marks the first generation of iPhone to pair such hardware… [Read full story]
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