Apple iPhone 11 To Feature New Taptic Engine, Retina Display – Here’s All We Know

Apple is expected to bring impressive features with its iPhone devices every year. The upcoming iPhone 11 is tipped to sport new Retina display, a new Taptic Engine, and triple rear camera setup. Now, reports claim that the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will feature 5G support. Read more to find about Apple iPhone 11 Price in India, Specifications, and Features

Apple iPhone 11

Price and Availability

As of now, there is no information about the price or launch date of Apple iPhone 11. The iPhone XR was launched in Inda at Rs 76,900 for the 64GB storage variant. While the iPhone Xs came with a starting price of Rs 99,900, the iPhone Xs Max price started at Rs 1,09,900, Rs 1,24,900, and Rs 1,44,900.

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Specifications and Features

  • Triple rear cameras
  • Samsung Y-Octa OLED display
  • Reverse wireless charging
  • Lightning to USB-C cable
  • 18W adapter
  • 5G support

According to recent leaks and rumors, the Apple iPhone 11 will sport reverse wireless charging. Users will be able to charge their Apple Watch and AirPods cases with the new smartphone back panel (without a cable). The new tech is similar to the Wireless PowerShare technology in the Samsung Galaxy S10. The Cupertino-based tech giant is also expected to launch is likely to launch the AirPower charging mat today.

While the upcoming iPhone will use the Lightning connector, the charging cable will be changed to the USB Type-C to Lightning cable. It will be shipped with a Lightning to USB-C cable and an 18W adapter. The triple rear camera setup will come with a bigger sensor.

Apple iPhone 11

The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max successors are tipped to sport a 3x Retina display. Whereas the iPhone XR successor will feature the old 2x Liquid Retina display. Previous reports claimed that the 2019 iPhone models sport a touch-integrated flexible OLED display panels with a notch. Apparently, Apple has tied up with Samsung for its Y-Octa (Youm On-Cell Touch) displays.

The models will be powered by Apple’s new A13 chip and sport a new Taptic Engine (codenamed ‘leap haptics’). Additionally, the two high-end models are said to come with 5G support. Both models will reportedly support both sub-6GHz and mmWave technology. 

Apple iPhone 11

In terms of optics, the next-gen iPhone models will sport a triple rear camera setup (including a 12-megapixel wide-angle sensor and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens) at the back. Camera features will include slow-motion recording at 120fps and Smart Frame (captures the area around the frame which allows you to adjust the perspective and make crop corrections).

More details are likely to emerge in the coming weeks. Bookmark this page for more updates.

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Apple claims that the iPhone XR can last 90 minutes more than the iPhone 8 Plus. While the iPhone Xs gets an extra 30 minutes of battery life (compared to iPhone X), the iPhone Xs Max gets an extra 1 hour 30 minutes.

All three handsets come with Type-A to Lightning 5W charger for the power adaptor. The 3.5mm-to-Lightning dongle is not be included in the box. All devices support wireless charging.

Additionally, the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max are powered by Apple’s latest A12 Bionic processor (touted as the first processor with a 7nm process). The Hexa-core processor includes 2 performance cores (up to 15 percent faster and 40 percent lower power), and 4 efficiency cores (up to 50 percent lower power).

The Apple iPhone XR is powered by Apple’s latest A12 Bionic processor (touted as the first processor with a 7nm process). The chip contains a six-core CPU and a four-core GPU alongside a new dedicated Neural Engine. Apple claims that the new processor is up to 50 percent faster than the A11 chip.

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