The Apple iPhone 11 trailer was released back in March 2019 and it displayed some of the latest specs including the device to device wireless powershare, which allows the user’s to share battery life for a longer-lasting phone, in-screen fingerprint sensor, new face id, and many more.
With Apple’s new power machine set to launch in September 2019 we breakdown the inside of the iPhone and explain its full capabilities to the average consumer so they can finally have the full experience of the iPhone.
According to patents filed by Apple, the iPhone 11 could have AI(Artificial Intelligence) systems to optimize pictures taken underwater. This would allow the new iPhone to recognize subjects when the camera was used underwater, and then measure factors like the amount of ambient light, fogginess of surroundings and distance in order to slightly alter the picture to give it a clearer image.
Triple Camera with ToF Sensor
Time-of-flight is the term used for the technology inside the iPhone to measure the time it takes for something (like laser, light, liquid, or gas-particle) to travel a certain distance.
The technology is used in cameras for things like drones and self-driving cars to prevent them from crashing into stuff. Apple’s focus is on smarter devices for smarter homes, enabling new augmented reality experiences. ToF sensors could enable room tracking from the device, allowing the iPhone to scan the room, create an accurate 3D model, and use that for far more immersive and accurate augmented reality ideas like virtual reality.
A13 Processor Chip
Apple introduces the A13 processor chipset with its new iPhone. The A13 chip is being marketed for the iPhone 11, with analysts claiming Taiwanese manufacturer TSMC is remaining as Apple’s official chip maker
Wireless Battery Sharing
Ming Chi-Kuo, a respected analyst in the tech world, has announced the iPhone 11 will have two-way charging built-in. This means you’ll be able to charge compatible devices, including the recently announced AirPods 2, using the battery from your iPhone.
According to MSN News Kuo stated: “We expect the new iPhone models will support two-way wireless charging. Though the iPhone is not the first high-end smartphone to be equipped with two-way wireless charging, this new function could make it more convenient for users to charge the new AirPods and create a better-integrated user experience of the iPhone and AirPods.”
More and more OLED(organic light-emitting diode) smartphones have reached consumer’s hands, the screen’s ability to produce true blacks instigated a renaissance in darker designed GUIs(Graphical User Interfaces).
With new groundbreaking technology going into Apple’s smartest handheld device, the iPhone 11 seeks to give consumers a more convenient and innovative way to enjoy it’s products.