Refusal from 3D Touch, old charging and two SIM-cards: what Apple said nothing about at the presentation of iPhone 11

At yesterday's presentation in Cupertino, Apple introduced the new smartphones iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max

(and not only). But the event did not mention several important points, which we will tell you about.

Apple moved

The first thing that catches your eye is the new location of the corporate logo in the form of an apple. If earlier it was centered on top, now it has moved to the middle. Why they did it is not clear.


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No 3D touch

As rumors said, Apple refused allnew models from the 3D Touch function, which appeared in iPhones in 2015. Now, the module that is responsible for recognizing enhanced taps on the display has disappeared on all three models.


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Instead, smartphones, like last year's iPhone XR, received Haptic Touch technology, which allows users to imitate familiar gestures using hold-downs.

Most likely, in the next generations, Apple will finally switch to sub-screen fingerprint scanners, which is why it is time to “bury" 3D Touch, which requires an additional layer in the display.

Charging

Finally, Apple began to pack its flagships.Charger with support for fast charging with a USB-C connector and an output of 18 watts. True, this applies only to the older iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. In the box, the iPhone 11 still has the old 5W charge, although the smartphone supports fast charging.


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Dual SIM

The new models have two slots for SIM cards,however, such versions will only be sold in Hong Kong and China. Smartphones will come to other countries either with one card or with a second eSIM (which is not available everywhere).

Airdrop

iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max received inaddition to the A13 Bionic processor, the U1 chip, which provides support for AirDrop technology. It is a short-range wireless technology that is more energy efficient than GPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

AirDrop works simply: the smartphone itself finds iPhones with the feature turned on. After that, just point your gadget at it - and the transfer of the necessary files will begin.

Here's how the manufacturer describes this function: “Apple’s new U1 chip uses ultra-wideband spatial sensing technology to enable the iPhone 11 to pinpoint the location of other Apple devices equipped with U1. Think GPS on the scale of your living room. ”

Four headphones at once

Two pairs of headphones can be connected to the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max at once. After upgrading to iOS 13, several other models will receive support.