Apple Announces iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro Earlier this week, Apple announced the release date of its next flagship smartphone – the iPhone 11. The phone is the thirteenth generation of the iPhone series and it is set to succeed the iPhone XR. It was unveiled alongside the iPhone 11 Pro.
Apple Announces iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro : LCD screen vs OLED screen
Several large-name smartphones have started to incorporate OLED technology. OLED is a new type of screen technology that offers superior display quality. It can produce deeper colors, better contrast, better viewing angles, and better power efficiency.
OLED screens are more transparent than LCD screens. They can be thinner and more flexible. They are also better at displaying dark colors. In contrast, LCDs cannot produce true blacks. LCDs also have a limited viewing angle.
They can lose brightness in low-temperature environments. They also require a backlight to be visible in dark places.
OLED screens also have a higher resolution. LCDs are less expensive to manufacture. They also have a longer lifespan. The difference between the two technologies is not as significant as some people think. However, LCDs are more common.
Compared to iPhone 11, the iPhone 12 has thinner bezels. They also use the same screen technology, but the display is a little smaller, so the overall size of the iPhone 12 is smaller. This also means that you’ll get a better experience out of it.
Apple has introduced several new colours in the iPhone line. The new range includes black, white, and silver, as well as yellow and green. These colours are a little more subtle than the bright colours found on the iPhone XR.
The iPhone 11 has an LCD display, while the iPhone 12 has an OLED display. The iPhone 11 has a resolution of 828 x 1792 pixels, while the iPhone 12 has a resolution of 2532 x 1170 pixels. This works out to a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch, which is not a very cutting-edge number.
Apple Announces iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro : Dual-lens camera
Among the highlights of the iPhone 11 is the dual-lens camera. This system is a little different than the one found in the iPhone XR. While the XR only had one lens, the 11 Pro has three.
The Pro’s telephoto lens is a 52mm unit that offers 10X digital zoom and 2X optical zoom.
The Pro also has an ultra wide lens. The lens has an f/2.0 aperture, which enables it to capture more light into the sensor. This is ideal for capturing landscape photos, as well as videos on iOS.
While the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro are a bit limited in the zoom department, they’re still very capable. Apple has updated the software on both models to make them more user friendly.
They also include an app called the “Discreet” that lets users decide how they want their image to be displayed, how much zoom they want, and the frame rate. The app even offers a Picture in Picture format, which displays multiple videos on one screen.
Apple Announces iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro : Dolby Vision
During the iPhone 12 announcement, Apple revealed that it supports Dolby Vision on all iPhone models in the current iPhone lineup. While this is the first time Apple has announced this type of HDR video support, Samsung and LG have been supporting Dolby Vision on smartphones for some time.
Dolby Vision is an HDR video format that promises brighter highlights, darker shadows, and better color. Dolby Vision uses dynamic metadata to tone map images scene by scene.
It also allows users to control exposure, white balance, and focus. The format is designed to be used by professionals, but it is also possible to capture and edit Dolby Vision videos on an iPhone.
Dolby Vision requires a lot of processing power. It also uses a proprietary format. There are not many displays that support the format, but some models are compatible.
Deep Fusion technology
During the launch of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, Apple’s chief vice president of hardware engineering Phil Schiller demonstrated a new camera feature called Deep Fusion. Deep Fusion, as you might have guessed, is a computational photography system that uses machine learning.
It takes nine photos before the shutter button and intelligently stitches them together to create a high-quality photo. Deep Fusion also minimizes image noise. It’s designed for scenes where light is varying from strong to moderate.
Deep Fusion is an exciting new feature on iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. It is a computational photography technology that uses the A13 Bionic chip and a little bit of machine learning.
The technology works in conjunction with the Neural Engine to merge regular and long exposure shots.