iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max on video side-by-side

Apple's flagship updates are no longer as interesting to the public as they were a couple of years ago. Many

in general have already gone from this brand in favorChinese manufacturers who are rich in innovation and do not ask for a lot of money for them. Nevertheless, already this fall we are waiting for the next generation of iPhone - iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max. In the last video, which hit the network, this couple was lit side-by-side in the active state.

Video from iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max

A rough picture of what will be the new iPhones2019, we are already clear. The design will not undergo strong changes, the smartphone will look about as well. The rear camera, as already reported more than once, will be represented by three lenses with innovative technologies at once. By the way, the iPhone XIr will get a dual camera. Plus there will also be some innovations in iOS 13. In a word, the new products will be slightly brighter than the previous generation, but do not expect a radical revolution.

Even if you do not plan to buy new iPhones, anyway, with the release of iOS 13 in June at WWDC 2019, you will receive a number of new chips in the system that will be relevant to your model.

As mentioned above, the mainThe advantages of the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max are the updated fresh design, increased performance and a powerful camera upgrade. The latter is the most popular among users, since Apple is still behind Google and Huawei in this parameter.

A new leak demonstrates two new items side-by-side. Using the schemes that previously came from the factory to the Network, 3D models were created, which can be bought on Alibaba. Models up to millimeter reproduce new items. They give us a great idea of ​​what we will see in the fall at the presentation.

From afar smartphones look about the same asiPhone X, released two years ago. However, we are waiting for another finish - frosted glass on the back of the case and a great update of the camera. Video for viewing is available below.