Apple's next generation iPhone models are due out in just two days -- on Friday -- but early reviews suggest that users will fall in love with one particular feature of the company's flagship offerings: the new camera system.
As The Inquisitr previously reported, Apple announced its 2019 iPhones at its annual fall event last week. The cameras were a focal point for the company, which revealed not many other notable changes to the devices, maintaining a similar design and Apple's proprietary lightning port rather than adopting the industry standard of USB-C.
The new iPhone 11 model features two camera lenses -- a standard camera and an ultra-wide lens. The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max features a three-camera array capable of taking ultra-wide photos, regular photos, and zoomed-in photos using a telephoto lens.
Editor-in-Chief of The Verge, Nilay Patel, praised the devices' cameras in an early review of the product and said that the phones blow the competition -- particularly offerings from Samsung, Google, and other Chinese manufactures -- out of the water. The editor particularly praised the more expensive Pro model in his review.
Yes, they're expensive. And yes, I think most people should probably buy an iPhone 11, which has most of the same features, including the same basic camera system, for $300 less. But if you want to pay more to have the best display and the best camera, the iPhone 11 Pro is worth the premium over the iPhone 11.
Both the lower-priced iPhone 11 model and the iPhone Pro and Pro Max offer what the Company dubbed as a "slofie," a feature that will allow users to take slow-motion videos with the front-facing camera. All 2019 iPhone models are capable of recording video at 4K resolutions, and all three will feature "night mode," the company's answer to other phones on the market which have already had a similar feature. The phone will use software technology to artificially illuminate photos in dark environments -- without the need for flash.