Apple iPhone 5G Doh!!

Apple iPhone 5G Doh!! If you’re reading this line of text, the Apple iPhone doesn’t support 5G even in the newly released U1 chip (Which is mainly used to make it easier to connect with other iPhone users). Apple left out the 5G because all the features they currently add to an iPhone are working features and available. 5G is new technology and still in its beginner phase. So if you want to spend the big bucks with the new iPhone, it’s mainly because of the new camera upgrade plus other little features.

All‑new dual‑camera system

Take your photos from wide to ultra-wide. A redesigned interface uses the new Ultra Wide camera to show you what’s happening outside the frame — and lets you capture it. Shoot and edit videos as easily as you do photos. It’s the world’s most popular camera, now with a whole new perspective.

iPhone showing video editing features

Shoot and edit the highest-quality video in a smartphone. iPhone 11 shoots beautifully sharp 4K video at 60 fps across all its cameras. The Ultra Wide camera captures four times more scene, so it’s perfect for action shots like your dog catching a Frisbee. If you’re recording a performance — say, your kid’s piano recital — when you zoom in, the audio zooms too. And now you can edit videos as easily as you do photos.

New Ultra Wide camera

Go big — the new Ultra Wide camera captures four times more scene. Think breathtaking landscapes that go on forever. Capturing the entire stage and crowd at a music festival. And holiday shots that show the whole family — and the views you traveled 18,000 kilometers for.

Introducing Night mode

Shooting in low light doesn’t have to be a shot in the dark. Night mode is a new feature that turns on automatically for low‑light photos like you’ve never seen. There’s no need for a flash, colours are more natural and photos are brighter.

The power behind beautiful night shots

Getting great shots in low light is one of photography’s perpetual challenges. The shutter needs to stay open longer, which can lead to blur. Then there’s the tricky task of keeping detail in the shadows without overexposing lighter areas. And making sure colors stay natural‑looking.

With iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, a new Wide camera sensor works with intelligent software and A13 Bionic to let you do what was never possible on iPhone: get beautiful, detailed images in drastically lower light.

Night mode comes on automatically when needed — say, in a candlelit restaurant. When you tap the shutter button, the camera takes multiple images while optical image stabilization steadies the lens.

Then the camera software goes to work. It aligns images to correct for movement. It discards the sections with too much blur and fuses sharper ones. It adjusts contrast so everything stays in balance. It fine‑tunes colors so they look natural. Then it intelligently de‑noises and enhances details to produce the final image.

It all adds up to night shots that stand apart — with more detail, less noise and an authentic sense of time and place.

Take portraits to new places

With new kinds of portraits and more lighting controls, the dual cameras in iPhone 11 work together to create stunning images. And Portrait mode now works with everything you love to shoot — that includes your best friends, two‑legged or four. The High-Key Light Mono effect in iOS 13 transforms your portraits into beautiful studio‑style monochromes. And Portrait Lighting Control lets you create the look you want by changing the intensity of the light on your subjects.

Next‑generation Smart HDR

Thanks to machine learning, Smart HDR is more intelligent than ever. It recognizes people and treats them differently from the rest of the shot. So faces have beautiful highlights, shadows and natural‑looking skin tones. And that stunning sunset in the background still looks gorgeous.

Start shooting video instantly with Quick-take

Touch and hold the shutter button while in photo mode to take a video. Then swipe to the right to continue recording. If you’re shooting outdoors, A13 Bionic can use machine learning to automatically track a moving subject.

Introducing the slofie

Everything looks cooler at 120 fps, even if you’re just saying “cheese”, waving hello or tossing your hair in the breeze. And now you can add more of everything to your selfies thanks to the new 12‑megapixel True Depth camera. Just turn your iPhone to landscape and the camera automatically zooms out to fit more in.

The toughest glass in a smartphone

Front glass and back glass are strengthened through a dual ion‑exchange process.

Water-resistant to twice the depth

iPhone 11 is water-resistant up to 2 meters for 30 minutes — double the depth of iPhone XR. iPhone 11 Pro is water-resistant up to 4 meters for 30 minutes — twice the depth of iPhone 11.

Liquid Retina LCD

The true-to-life all-screen design makes everything look amazing.

True Tone

Adjusts the white balance to match the color temperature of the light around you.

Tap or raise to wake

Your iPhone is ready in an instant.

Haptic Touch

Do all kinds of essential things faster with contextual menus and shortcuts.

iPhone 11 Pro features a Super Retina XDR display, the best iPhone screen Apple makes. It’s brighter in sunlight, and the high contrast ratio makes it perfect for HDR movies and HDR photos.

All-day battery life

Hardware and software work together to get the most out of your battery. And thanks to fast‑charge capability, you can recharge in less time. iPhone 11 Pro Max has the longest battery life ever in an iPhone, delivering up to five hours more than iPhone XS Max. And iPhone 11 Pro gives you up to four hours more than iPhone XS.

Both iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro have the fastest chip ever in a smartphone

A13 Bionic is so powerful, everything you do is fast and fluid. It also works in the most power‑efficient way possible, so your battery lasts longer. In fact, A13 Bionic is so advanced, it’s years ahead of the pack.

It takes a lot of processing power to shoot 4K video at 60 fps

We built A13 Bionic to deliver unparalleled speed and advanced machine learning. It’s what allows iPhone 11 to power through processor‑intensive tasks. Shooting 4K video at 60 fps in extended dynamic range, for instance, is like a flood of information hitting the video encoder at once. Processing it would be a challenge for most chips. But A13 Bionic tears straight through it.

Think of video as a series of frames. Thanks to incredibly fast camera sensors, iPhone 11 is able to produce 120 frames per second, alternating between standard-exposure and short-exposure frames.

The image signal processor and video encoders analyze each of those frames in the moment to capture as much detail as possible. To take it even further, the Neural Engine uses real‑time machine learning to optimize the different components of the scene. For example, it might relight the person in the foreground, while reducing noise and enhancing colour in the sky. It all happens instantly and automatically.

Producing the highest-quality video in a smartphone isn’t easy. But thanks to the incredibly powerful A13 Bionic, you’d never know it.

Ultra Wideband technology comes to iPhone

The new Apple‑designed U1 chip uses Ultra Wideband technology for spatial awareness — allowing iPhone 11 to precisely locate other U1‑equipped Apple devices. Think GPS at the scale of your lounge room. So if you want to share a file with someone using AirDrop, just point your iPhone at theirs and they’ll be first on the list.

iPhone holds its value longer.

Every iPhone is engineered with premium materials and built to last. But when it’s finally time to let go — we feel you — trade it in for your next iPhone. Your old one will be recycled or go to a new owner.

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