New iPhones Unveiled!

Dev Patel

     The countdown to the next iPhone is actually viewed positively and negatively. But first,
let’s take a look at the amazing specs of the phone. Apple has said to make three models of this
phone: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. These phones, along with Apple
iWatch 5, will launch on September 10 at the Steve Jobs Theater. Here are some rumors on
these iPhones:
     The models of the iPhone 11 will have 3 rear cameras in a huge box with a flashlight,
obviously. Pricing is still unknown but preordering will be available after September 13.
According to CNET, “The 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are said to have 5.8- and 6.5-inch OLED
screens, while the 11 will have a 6.1-inch LCD screen with the same size notch at the top on all
three models.” What we know for sure is that the phones will have similar features to the iPhone
X, XR, XS, and XS Max. Face ID will be a certainty for all future models. But can Apple
     Other companies like Google, Samsung, Moto, and Huawei have improved there phone
models to gain in sales. But the real question is will Apple keep up with the line of these other
phones and companies. The evolution of Apple products, including the iPhones, leaves people
speechless, so we can say that Apple is doing a great job.
     So, what’s positively viewed about the next smartphones? Apple now allows many
features to play at the same time; this makes iPhones special and different. Over the past years,
Apple has improved with new features. It was one of the first companies to begin the “art” of
Face ID. Another great feature the iPhone 11 provides is the A13 Bionic Processor chip which
will power this ideal smartphone.
      Although these spectacular features are present, Apple users aren’t satisfied with the
designs of the new smartphones b Apple. That is to say, most users prefer a clean smartphone
with a decent look. The 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max have 3 rear cameras which actually destroy the
great look of the phone; in fact, this concerns many customers. Apple also moved from the
home button to full-screen display which also concerns some. Most iPhones have moved from
OLED displays to LCD displays.
     There will be many perspectives of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max. But we will find it
all out at the Steve Jobs Theater on September 10. Stay tuned with Just Saying Tech to learn
more about Apple news and relative content.