Here Are Top 4 Features We Expect To See On The iPhone 11

Here Are Top 4 Features We Expect To See On The iPhone 11

                 Features We Expect To See On The iPhone 11: It’s now official, Apple is going to host an event on September 10 (Tuesday) at 10 am, at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino. From the past two years, Apple has been launching its new iPhones during the month of September. Therefore, it was pretty expected earlier that Apple might launch its highly anticipated three iPhones this year in September.

In the year 2018, Apple also unveiled its three phones on September 13 (Thursday) and released the first two, the iPhone XS as well as XS Max, on September 21 (Friday), with the iPhone XR shipping more than a month later, on October 26.

As now it’s being official, we might have certain expectations from iPhone 11 series and we would definitely want to see these things in it. So, with the help of this article, we are going to present a list of things that we expect to see on the iPhone 11. So, without wasting any time let’s get started….

Powerful Processor

Well, we all know that the 2018 iPhones were powered by the A12 Bionic chip that and was extremely powerful and best. As per to an analyst, Ben Thompson, the processor is “so far ahead of the industry that it will still be competitive with the best Android phones in two years, and massively more powerful than lower-end phones.”

There have been some rumors that iPhone 11 may possibly be a variant of the A12X processor that’s at this time used in the newest iPad Pros or a new chip, apparently known as the A13.

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Faster User Interface   

Well, if we talk about Android on the Huawei P30 Pro and the OnePlus 7 Pro, it runs at lightning speed. Whenever you need it to be, the user interface will be tremendously responsive as well as fast at great speed.

When we talk about iPhone XS Max which uses iOS 12.4, it feels a bit slower, particularly for the duration of transitions, as does swipe through menus. It’s not so disturbing, but still, you can notice it very easily.

It’s obvious that we don’t want to see such things in the iPhone 11 series as iPhone has made a big name in the market and no one would expect anything like that. So, we definitely want to see faster User Interface in iPhone 11.

Here Are Top 4 Features We Expect To See On The iPhone 11

Great Choice for Colours

When we talk about other brands other than iPhones, they really offer great color choices that truly stand out from any other brand’s smartphone. Nowadays, it’s becoming a trend to offer such stand-out color options which are really attractive and grab our attention very easily at the first look.

While coming to iPhone, its previous model iPhone XS Max was not so satisfactory in offering the great color options but now we expect that the upcoming iPhone 11 will offer us some good range of color option to choose from. We are really hoping to see some really eye-catching version of the upcoming iPhone and it is high on our list of hopes.

Improved Wide-Angle Camera  

From the past two years, the iPhone has been struggling to keep up with other amazing camera phones running Android. When we talk about iPhone, we directly mean the top best smartphone brand all around the world and when we see this smartphone struggling in the very common specification, then it seems like to be quite a real shame.

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However, the iPhone XS Max still takes great photos, but then again it lacks the delight as well as the flexibility of phones such as the Huawei P30 Pro and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. We are really hoping that this time they must have look over this feature and have tried to improve it better.

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