With less than three weeks of presentation of the iPhone 11, Bloomberg reveals a slew of information about him. The site confirms names such as other leaks have revealed in recent days. This year, Apple will offer a standard iPhone 11 accompanied by two iPhone Pro with a greatly improved photo part.
Apple's next keynote is fast approaching. And as usual, leaks accelerate a few days of the event. It's Bloomberg that this time reveals a myriad of information on the iPhone from 2019, starting with their names. This year, we will talk about iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, the first being in fact the entry-level model. In other words, the successor of the iPhone XR. IPhone XS and XS Max would become respectively iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.
iPhone 11 Pro: new camera details
The iPhone 11 Pro will be equipped with three photo sensors, as we have already known for several weeks. Bloomberg gives more information on the improvements expected on this part. We're talking about a wide-angle sensor, a telephoto lens and a third ultra wide-angle module. Bloomberg announces much better quality shots thanks to the combination of three images. This peret creates higher resolution photos " comparable to some traditional devices ", even in low light conditions.
Apple would also offer new real-time editing options for the new iPhone, including a feature that 9to5Mac was talking about a few days ago. baptized Smart Frame, it allows the user to change the angle of view of a photo even after it is taken. Thanks to the widened field of the wide-angle sensors, it will be possible a posteriori of change the perspective of photos. Same story for the videos. They are expected of better quality, with new real-time editing features.
All new models are also announced with an update of Face ID. Thanks to a new multi-angle sensor, his field of vision is also expanded to allow the user to unlock his iPhone in different positions relative to his face. Finally, Apple will propose a better A13 processor on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, enough to improve their capabilities on different aspects, including computer vision and augmented reality.