The annual release of iPhones is finally here after Apple made an array of product announcements at Apple Park, California today.
The almost a two-hour keynote unveiled the new generation of iPhones, namely iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Max − which their design has not changed much at the front but the back has a square-bump on the top left corner and it fits two or three cameras, flashlight and depth sensor.
Before you express your view about the new iPhone design which has failed or met your aesthetic expectation, let’s us first take a look at the price and specs of each model in Malaysia:
64gb storage – RM3,399
128gb storage – RM3,599
256gb storage – RM4,099
The base model of the new iPhone comes in six colours − White, Black, Green, Yellow, Purple and (Product) Red.
It has a 6.1-inch liquid retina HD display and dual rear camera setup, powered by an A13 bionic chip. Both cameras are 12-megapixel, one is the default wide camera (26-mm, f1.8, 6-element) while another is an emped-up ultra-wide camera (13-mm, f2.4, 5-element) with a 120-degree view.
The front-facing camera is 12-megapixel with features like portrait mode and Depth Control. It also comes with a new way of taking selfies which Apple calls it “Slofie”, a slow-motion selfie.
iPhone 11 Pro
64gb storage – RM4,899
128gb storage – RM5,599
256gb storage – RM6,499
iPhone 11 Pro Max
64gb storage – RM5,299
128gb storage – RM5,999
256gb storage – RM6,899
What differ the Pro models from the base models are the screens, battery capacities, an extra camera, colours as well as the prices.
Both Pro models have the Super Retina XDR Display, which is a 2436×1125-pixel resolution (458 ppi) display that is capable to produce up to 1,200 nits in brightness. You would not have any problem viewing your phone directly under the bright sunlight.
The third camera is the familiar telephoto lens with f2.0 aperture. The four colours are: Gold, Space Grey, Silver, and the new Midnight Green.
All three models of the iPhone 11 will be available on September 27, a Friday, here in Malaysia.
More information is available on the Apple Malaysia website.
Would you be lining up overnight on September 26? How do you like the new iPhone 11 models?
Let us know in the comments below.