In the year 2017 was the first year in which Apple released three new iPhone models at the same event. While the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus which marked a natural progression in the iPhone lineup and the brand new iPhone X which has Face ID – and no home button – provided users a glimpse at the future of the iPhone industry.

In Last year, Apple tripled down on that design by releasing three different types of models that all looked like the iPhone X. This meant that there were no direct successors to the iPhone 8 ₹ 46,999 and iPhone 8 Plus ₹ 62,999 – with which Apple tries to continue to sell to the date – and, thus, there is no “default” iPhone model and to serve as the starting point for most of their users.

Underlining that appeal is a lower starting price and both in the US as well as in India – than that of the iPhone XR, addressing another criticism of one of the last year’s iPhone lineup.

Can the iPhone 11 build-up on the newly-found momentum of the iPhone XR to give Apple a much-needed hit in the Indian market?

IPhone 11 design and display

Save for the dual-camera setup at the back of it and new color finishes the sleek design, the iPhone 11 looks identical to the iPhone XR. The two have the same exact dimensions (150.9×75.7×8.3mm) and weight about (194g), and could be easily mistaken for the other when seen straight on. Like before the bezels on all sides of the display are noticeable, not that large enough to be a distraction.

The iPhone 11 is made out of aluminum and glass – once again, the “one of the toughest glass in any smartphone ever, in the front and back,” according to the Apple. Not everything is the same though, as Apple has decided to mix it up when it comes to the simple colors. The iPhone 11 will be available in new purple and green color finishes and in addition to the yellow, black, white, and red colors also been seen on the iPhone 11.

Though the colors that have been carried forward and been introduced in the IPhone 11 have same names as before. The iPhone 11 finishes are a couple of shades lighter than before and less shiny than their iPhone XR counterparts. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, and whether you approve of this change – or even notice it – it will come down to your own taste and preference. Like last year, the bezels on all color variants are black, unlike the iPhone 8 the previous models where opting for the silver and gold color variants meant living with white bezels.

The telephoto camera which makes the difference

Here you can read all about the ultra-wide camera and other iPhone 11 series advantages in n this article. The same principle has been applied here.

In this the telephoto camera has been added the Night Mode and the same video quality benefits as the wide camera. Both of them can be used interchangeably. The ultra-wide camera has its own unique qualities and features, though it lacks Night Mode’s amazing low-light effects, but the three cameras offer more options to you.

The Pro phones have two types of Portrait mode in this year: There’s the original zoomed-in type and a pulled-back wide type like the IPhone XR offered in the last year.

It has shoot and edit the highest-quality video in the smartphone. IPhone 11 shoots beautifully with sharp 4K video at 60 fps across all its cameras. The Ultra-Wide camera captures four times more scene in it, and so it’s perfect for action shots like your dog catching a Frisbee. If you are recording a performance — say, your kid’s piano recital — when you zoom in, as well the audio zooms too. And now you can edit videos as easily as you do the photos in the smartphone.