Apple has announced three new iPhone models; iPhone 11 with 6.1in display and dual rear camera setup, iPhone 11 Pro with 5.8in display and iPhone 11 Pro Max with 6.5in display, both featuring a triple rear camera setup.
The iPhone 11 which runs on iOS 13 has a liquid retina HD display with features like an A13 bionic chip, 4K video recording, IP68 water resistance and Face ID, with Apple claiming that it can "last up to one hour longer than iPhone XR" in terms of battery performance.
It has two 12-megapixel camera sensors for ultra-wide shots with 120° field of view and wide shots. There is also a 12-megapixel front camera with features like portrait mode and Depth Control.
The iPhone 11 is priced at RM3,399 for the model with 64GB internal storage, RM3,599 for the 128GB model and RM4,099 for the 256GB model. The device will be available in six colour options namely White, Black, Green, Yellow, Purple and (Product) Red.
Both the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max models have Super Retina XDR Display, A13 bionic chip, IP68 water resistance and are compatible with Qi-wireless chargers. The models also feature the iPhone's first rear triple-camera setup with 12-megapixel sensors for ultra-wide with 120° field of view, wide and telephoto shots. Other camera features include Night Mode and Portrait Mode. For selfies, there is a 12-megapixel camera.
Apple claims that the iPhone 11 Pro can "last up to four hours longer than iPhone XS" while the Max Pro model can "last up to five hours longer than iPhone Xs Max" in terms of battery performances.
The iPhone 11 Pro costs RM4,899 for the model with 64GB internal storage, RM5,599 for the 256GB model and RM6,499 for the 512GB model.
For the iPhone 11 Pro Max model, expect to pay RM5,299 for the 64GB model, RM5,999 for the 256Gb model and RM6,899 for 512GB. Both models have four colour options namely Space Gray, Silver, Midnight Green and Gold.
The new iPhones will be available in Malaysia on Sept 27. More information is available on the Apple Malaysia website.
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