Those waiting on line raved about the triple camera system on the iPhone 11 Pro models.
Apple made changes to upgrade the cameras on the 2019 models, extended battery life by one to five hours (depending on the model) and improved the handset’s protection from water. The triple-camera setup on the back of the iPhone Pro models seemed to be the feature mentioned the most by those waiting on line. The 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch variants (both sporting OLED panels) feature a 12MP Wide primary camera, a 12MP Telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom, and the new 12MP Ultra-wide camera. The iPhone 11, with its 6.1-inch LCD screen, now carries on its back the 12MP Wide and 12MP Ultra-wide cameras. All three models will take viewable photos snapped under low-light environments thanks to the new Night Mode feature. And Deep Fusion uses the AI capabilities of the A13 Bionic chip to go through multiple exposures in order to stitch together the best photo possible.
The iPhone 11 is offered with 64GB ($699), 128GB ($749) or 256GB ($849) of storage in White, Black, Green, Yellow, Purple and PRODUCT(RED). The iPhone 11 Pro can be purchased with 64GB ($999), 256GB ($1,149) or 512GB ($1,349) of storage in Space Gray, Silver, Midnight Green, and Gold. The iPhone 11 Pro Max also is available with 64GB ($1.099), 256GB ($1,249) or 512GB ($1,449) of storage in Space Gray, Silver, Midnight Green, and Gold.