Apple launched iPhone 11 Pro with three rear cameras

Apple on September 10 launched its advanced next-generation model iPhone 11 Pro at its annual event in California.

The latest iPhone finds similarity with the last year’s release iPhone XS but stands out with its three rear cameras, reported The Verge. The three rear cameras with 4x optical zoom including the wide, ultra-wide and telephoto lenses are amongst the big standout features of the phone.

The 12-megapixel ultra-wide lens offers a 120-degree field of view. They have also upgraded their photography features with a new dedicated Night mode to improve performance in dark lighting. The feature picks up automatically when you are in shooting in the dark.

Another ‘Deep Fusion’ photography feature is capable of shooting 9 images ñ 4 short images, 4 secondary images and 1 long exposure. The 5.8 display has an OLED panel, which goes up to an even brighter 1,200 units, a 2 million to 1 contrast ratio, and is 15 per cent more energy efficient.

iPhone 11 Pro comes with a new matte finish on the back and new colours i.e., green, space grey, silver and gold. According to Verge, iPhone 11 Pro is Apple’s latest A13 Bionic processor and naturally, it’s the ‘fastest CPU in a smartphone’ and also the ‘fastest GPU in a smartphone’. The iPhone 11 Pro’s pricing starts at USD 999 and preorders will be taken from September 13.(ANI)