Apple iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max announcement coverage wrap-up

Peter, 10 September 2019

This year Apple reshuffled its phone lineup slightly - all three models are called "iPhone 11". But if you want the premium versions, you'll have to look for the Pro moniker, adopted from the iPad tablets. If you're on desktop, you can check out the three-way comparison between the new models.

Below you'll find links to everything you may want to know about the new models. This includes 1-on-1 comparisons between the new iPhone 11 devices as well as the 2018 phones that they replace.

Apple also unveiled a new entry-level tablet, the iPad 10.2. It has a larger screen than the iPad 9.7 it replaces (obviously) and while it keeps the same price tag, it gains support for the Apple Pencil and has a Smart Connector so you can use it with Smart Keyboard cover.

The new Apple Watch Series 5 has an always on display. Thanks to more efficient components, the watch offers "all day" battery life (18 hours). A compass and accompanying app have been added to the ever-growing spec sheet, as well as new materials, including titanium.

Note that the iPhone XR and iPhone 8 remain available at a lower price. The same goes for the Apple Watch Series 3.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Specifications
Announcement
Pricing
vs. iPhone XS
vs. iPhone 11 Pro Max
vs. iPhone 11
vs. Galaxy S10
vs. Huawei P30 Pro

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max Specifications
Announcement
Pricing
vs. iPhone XS Max
vs. iPhone 11 Pro Max
vs. iPhone 11
vs. Galaxy Note10+
vs. OnePlus 7 Pro

Apple iPhone 11

Apple iPhone 11 Specifications
Announcement
Pricing
vs. iPhone XR
vs. iPhone 11 Pro
vs. iPhone 11 Pro Max
vs. Galaxy S10e
vs. Pixel 3 XL

Apple iPad 10.2

Apple iPad 10.2 Specifications
Announcement
vs. iPad 9.7 (2018)
vs. iPad Air (2019)

Apple Watch Series 5

Apple Watch Series 5 Watch Series 5
Watch Aluminum Series 5
Watch Edition Series 5
Announcement
vs. Watch Series 4
vs. Watch Series 3
vs. Galaxy Watch Active2

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Reader comments

True, though I just don't think it'll happen unless there's more 21:9 content on YouTube, Netflix, other apps, etc

  • Anonymous

Totally outdated design, Apple will slowly die

  • User

not that - iphone giving Hexa core chipset. other brand chipset octa core chipset only.