All the details on Apple’s new iPhone range for 2019

All the details on Apple’s new iPhone range for 2019

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The new 2019 iPhones were introduced by Apple’s senior VP of marketing, Phil Schiller

After months of anticipation, Apple’s 2019 has finally been announced for all the world to see.

At the company’s Steve Jobs Theatre in Apple Park, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook was joined on stage by senior VP of marketing Phil Schiller and senior director of product marketing Kaiann Drance to reveal the new iPhone range, featuring the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

From design specs to prices, as well as how to pre-order the new devices, here’s everything you need to know about the new 2019 iPhone range.

iPhone 11: This year’s affordable iPhone

The iPhone 11 comes in six colors: black, green, gold, purple, red and white

The follow-up to last year’s iPhone XR, the most popular device in the 2018 range. Apple has added a second camera to the back of the device but kept the LCD screen and colorful glass back range to make this the fun and more affordable iPhone.

Specs: The new iPhone 11 will sport a 6.1-inch LCD screen with True Tone display. There are a few new colors to the range, so it comes in black, green, gold, purple, red, and silver.

Inside the phone features Apple’s new A13 Bionic chip like the iPhone 11. It should be more power-efficient than last year’s XS, promising four-hours’ more battery life.

On the back, there are three cameras, a 12MP telephoto lens, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, and a 12MP wide lens, in an interesting formation. Apple says it has also improved the software in its camera, including a new Deep Fusion feature which aims to take on the Google Pixel’s portrait mode.

Price and release date: Prices for the new iPhone 11 Pro will start at £999 with pre-orders opening this Friday, and shipping beginning next week on Friday, September 20.

Verdict: Not much change really here. Apple has kept the big notch and updated the lenses so the device falls more in line with flagships from Samsung and Huawei. It’ll be interesting to see how the new camera tech stands up to the Google Pixel, and if that shatter-resistant tech proves itself in practice as well. A worthy upgrade from the iPhone X but maybe not so different from the XS.

iPhone 11 Pro Max: The big one

iPhone to the max, literally. The biggest and flashiest device in the range, with a 6.5-inch screen and supercharged specs.

The iPhone 11 Pro Max is similar to the 11 Pro, just in a bigger body. It has a 6.5-inch OLED screen, sporting the True Tone display on the 11 Pro and haptic touch. There’s the new A13 Bionic chip too, and a bigger battery size than last year’s Max which promises five-hours extra battery life per day.

The camera specs are the same so photos should be greatly improved on this device compared to last year’s. As well, the 11 Pro and Max smartphones can shoot 4K resolution video, as well as the ability to shoot videos in time-lapse, slo-mo and takes advantage of a new cinematic stabilization video to remove any shakiness.

The new iPhone 11 Pro Max will start from £1,099. Like the other two devices, pre-orders will start on Friday, and the new phone will ship on Friday, September 20.

Like the iPhone 11 Pro, there are a few details that have changed from last year. If you like a bigger device and a higher-resolution screen and are happy to pay more, then it’s a solid choice.