The smaller jump in the battery size in the new iPhone 11 from the iPhone XR - which already lost 3D Touch past year but boasted the best battery life of any iPhone in history - would also seem to bear this theory out.
The iPhone 11, when compared to the iPhone XR, has got a more significant upgrade in the camera department. iPhone 11 now ships with dual-cameras at the back, with the second being a 12MP ultra-wide 120-degree field of view sensor.
At this year's iPhone event, Apple chose to focus on features rather than technical specifications leaving us all wondering how big the batteries are inside the three models of iPhone 11. The wide-angle camera of iPhone 11 is going to be the USP of the product. Rest of the camera features remain the same between the two.
To this point, reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently issued a research note (via MacRumors) where he claims that the mix between iPhone 11 sales is skewing more heavily towards the more pricey and margin-friendly Pro models. The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro models were expected to once again put Apple on par with its top rivals, and early reviews suggest that is indeed the case. It is powered by an A13 Bionic processor with a graphic processor faster than ever. You can shoot a video in 4K 60fps from the newly launched phones and can edit it with the Photo app. iPhone 11 Pro also has an upcoming feature named as Deep Fusion which can click 9 photos and out of these 9, 4 will be of the moments that occur just before pressing the shutter button.
iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will be available at a starting price of Rs 99,900 and Rs 1,09,900 in Midnight Green, Space Grey, Silver and Gold colour variants.
More notable improvements on the iPhone 11 include IP68 rating for water and dust resistance. iPhone XR comes with IP67 certification for the same.
It is the first model to feature the Smart Connector, a bigger Retina display, and packs support for Apple Pencil, and fill-size Smart Keyboard. The price differences are similar for the Pro and Pro Max.