Each of the new handsets—the flagship iPhone 11 Pro Max, the smaller iPhone 11 Pro, and the standard iPhone 11—features a design that looks similar to previous iPhone X models. Sizes will also follow the design of last year's iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. The iPhone 11 Pro is smallest, with a 5.8-inch OLED screen that packs a few extra pixels and improved (brighter) color; Apple calls it a "Super Retina XDR" display. The standard iPhone 11 is a third of an inch larger with a regular OLED Retina display, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max clocks in with a phablet-ey "Super Retina XDR" display size of 6.5 inches.
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All of the displays will have Apple's trademark notch cutout up top, which holds a 7-megapixel selfie camera and the sensors needed for Face ID, Apple's facial recognition unlocking feature. It should ID faces a little better, with a wider field of view and some improved sensors to detect your lovely punim even if you're in an oddly lit place.The glass on the back contours around the cameras, and Apple claims it's the "toughest glass" in a smartphone. The Pro models will have a soft-touch matte glass design that won't attract fingerprints quite as much.
Seriously, it’s my favorite update in iOS 13 so far, and brings the iPhone’s camera roll much closer to the experience we’ve all come to expect with Google Photos .The same four tabs still exist at the bottom of the home screen—Photos, For You, Albums, and Search—but in iOS 13 there’s an additional layer above that with four new filtering options: Years, Months, Days, and All Photos.
All three iPhone 11 models are up for preorder this Friday, September 13 at 5 am Pacific. (They hit shelves September 20.) The standard 64 GB iPhone 11 starts at $699 and the 64 GB Pro models start at $999, with a $100 extra charge for the Max version. The 2018 iPhone XR is also still available, now at $599, and the 2017 iPhone 8 now costs $449.