A filtered information of the ESR case manufacturer has allowed us to know the names that Apple’s new generation smartphones will have, and there is surprise, since we have found a total of three different models that move away from the schemes we had seen previously: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
What catches our attention is that there is no sign of the rumored iPhone 11R and that we have two “Pro” versions. I know what you are thinking, how does this fit if we make a comparison with the current generation? Well, you can rest assured, because although we have a very marked name change there will be no relevant changes in regards to the size or screen format of that new generation.
This means that the three new smartphones that Apple will present at the beginning of September will maintain the size and screen format of the current ones, although with an important nuance, as we will see below:
- iPhone 11: is the successor of the iPhone XR, will have an IPS screen with a size of 6.1 inches and dual rear camera.
- iPhone 11 Pro: will be the successor of the iPhone Xs, will feature a 5.8-inch OLED screen and triple rear camera.
- iPhone 11 Pro Max: this will be the successor of the iPhone Xs Max, and will have a 6.5-inch OLED screen and triple rear camera.
It is also commented that the «Pro» models will come with Apple Pencil support. It would be a curious move, but at the same time very interesting, since it would allow Apple to compete more directly with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10, a terminal that thanks to the S-Pen clearly differs from the Galaxy S10.
As we told you at the time, it is expected that the price of the iPhone 11 in its base configuration was 899 euros, while the «Pro» and «Pro Max» models should not exceed 1,199 euros and 1,299 euros, respectively, and always in its basic storage configurations.
At the specifications level the three will have in common a powerful Apple A13 SoC, a chip that will be manufactured in a 7 nm process and that will, in theory, have an eight-core CPU, a next-generation Apple GPU and a processing unit enhanced neural
In the video that we leave at the end, you can see a comparison with models of each of the three smartphones that Apple will launch at the end of the year.