Apple has shared extracts from early reviews of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, focusing on the positive feedback surrounding the upgraded camera technology and enhanced battery performance on the new devices.
Publications including TechCrunch, The Verge, Mashable, Refinery29, Engadget, Tom’s Guide, Esquire, CNBC, GQ UK, 9News, Hardware Zone Singapore, and New Straits Time were some of the first to get hands on with the models.
On a new post shared to its Newsroom, Apple has published a GIF with extracts from the reviews followed by more in-depth chunks from each piece, with a link to read the full review on each publication’s website.
Refinery29 highlights the new Night mode which uses AI to automatically brighten photos taken in the dark, without the need of using the flash.
The best new feature here is Night mode, which pretty impressively brightens dark photos … it’s automatic in low-light settings. You can even use it as a flashlight. When you shine it at something dark, the screen will display it with more light than you can see with your own eye.
Engadget, who reviewed the iPhone 11, focused on the $699 starting price of the device.
And this time, Apple made the deal even sweeter. Thanks to some under-the-hood improvements, a new camera and its $699 starting price, you’re getting more of what matters for slightly less.
Apple officially releases the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max on Friday, September 20.