Apple’s press event was held on Tuesday when it made its debut to iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. And while there was a bunch of noise about the creepy-looking camera setups of the handsets, the polarizing Midnight-Green colour of the 11 Pro, and the disgustingly called “slofie,” there were a few other characteristics of the iPhone 11 flying under the radar.
It’s understandable why this information has been overlooked— either Apple didn’t make them explicit during its keynote or the features, though useful, aren’t precisely “sexy.” Now that the dust has settled from the hubbub on Tuesday, we can take a closer look at some of the tiny but exciting details you might have missed about the iPhone 11.
The iPhone 11 Pro, 11 and 11 Pro Max have Wi-Fi 6:
The latest iPhones have the next generation of wireless networking known as Wi-Fi 6 in the same way as the Galaxy S10 Plus. “Devices that help WiFi 6 speak the same WiFi language to communicate with one another-they talk only quicker and more efficient than before,” Ry Crist, Senior Editor of BigBuz, says.
Compared with wireless Internet access 5 Wi-Fi 6 “supports faster top transfer speeds and allows devices to send more data with each transmission. It allows more devices at once to routers and other access points; it supports sensors and other wireless devices to conserve battery energy by setting transmissions.
But now you will probably not see any advantages on your iPhone 11. Wi-Fi 6 hasn’t been certified formally and Wi-Fi 6 is costly. And even if you have one, your top speeds will only be as high as your supplier can. Consider this hotbed rather than an instant advantage as a further proofing of your phone.
They have an Ultra-Broadband chip:
During the keynote, Apple did not do much about that function, but it does care enough to make it known on its product page. The firm has intended a new chip called U1 for spatial awareness, which helps iPhones better locate other iPhones when nearby.
This improves Apple claims AirDrop allows iPhone users to share files with neighbouring iPhones rapidly. Beginning September 30. when iOS 13.1 is released, a fresh chip will allow you to “point your iPhone to someone else, and that device will be given priority by AirDrop, which enables you to share files quicker.” Apple adds, “This is just the starting.”
Ship with 18W USB-C Chargers iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max:
Although Android users have been able to quickly charge for years, the function is accessible now for iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max users. Apple would previously have a 5-watt charger in the box, but a USB-C charger 18-watt, plus USB C-to-Lightning cable bundled with the phone, will be provided for the more premium iPhones. According to Apple, the fresh loader would seem to load the iPhone 11 Pro up to 50% in 30 minutes.
They’re heavier this Year:
The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max weigh identical, but the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max have a much heavier weight than their counterparts in 2018. The 11 Pro weighs 11 grams (around 0.4 ounces), the 11 Pro Max weighs 18 grams more.
While in real life, especially if you don’t have one in each hand, Scott Stein of the BigBuz Senior Editor noted that during his short hands with them, they felt denser than last year’s designs. The weight of the camera lens and the larger battery are probable to be added.
It is 11 Days since iOS 13.1 is Coming:
The recent Apple operating system, iOS 13, is to be downloaded on Sept. 19. And since the iPhone 11 phones will be shipped out on Sept. 20, you’ve got iOS 13 out of the box now.
An update to iOS 13, called iOS 13.1 will be released on Sept. 30 11 days later. While we are aware that the above-mentioned AirDrop U1 feature can be enabled by IOS 13.1, we are not sure precisely what that tiny update will include.
Silence all unknown callers
Quickly connect to Bluetooth devices
Take extended screenshots
Automatically close open Safari tabs
Mute annoying email threads
Delete apps before you update them
iPhone 11 now goodbye to 3D Touch for good:
Last year, Apple started phasing out its 3D Touch functionality from the iPhone XR. As the iPhone 6S debut in 2015, 3D Touch has enabled you to obtain extra menu choices and instructions by pressing your finger hard against the display. But now, on all three fresh iPhone 11s, the functionality is missing.
Instead, the business substituted Haptic Touch for 3D Touch. Haptic Touch operates comparatively the same manner, except that you will only have to push the object for a long time instead of getting to push the display tighter. According to MacRumors, this verified stories that have floated around since last year about Apple discharging the technology for either its 2018 or 2019 iPhone range.