This story is part of Apple Event, our full coverage of the latest news from Apple headquarters. The iPhone 11 is here, with a 6.1-inch Retina Display and 6 colors that show off its aluminum and glass body. There’s a new camera detail on the back, a square shape that signals it as 2019’s iPhone. The phone’s face remains the same, with that now-familiar notch at the top. Apple announced its flagship phones for 2019 on Tuesday during its annual launch event. You can watch the ongoing Apple event live, taking place in the Steve Jobs Theater on Apple’s Cupertino, Calif. campus. What’s new in iPhone 11 Six colors, including yellow, purple, and Product RED A13 Bionic chip Hour more battery life than iPhone XR Faster Face ID unlocking Wi-Fi 6 support Dual camera system with a 12-megapixel lenses: wide and ultra-wide (switch by tapping on the screen) Camera night mode 2x optical zoom New portrait lighting in monochrome 12-megapixel front-facing camera (up from 7-megapixels) 4K video for both front and rear cameras, with slow-motion video for the selfie camera As always, we’re watching Apple’s moves carefully. For many people, the iPhone represents the gold standard for smartphone design and cutting-edge features like Face ID unlocking. But Apple’s iPhone challenge this year is mighty. Phone sales are down. Competitors are pulling ahead on camera tools and features. Analysts project that the iPhone 11 and its cohort will be similar to last year’s iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. The iPhone could… [Read full story]
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