While the iPhone 11 uses LCD technology, the pro versions (iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max) have OLED technology which produces deeper blacks and more brilliant colors.
Although the iPhone 11 lineup have some differences in size, they share the same look with the notched display and all-glass back with the new square camera array. The Pro models feature a stainless steel band around the sides while the iPhone 11 has aluminum. The less expensive iPhone 11 has a slightly thicker bezel, but like the Pro models, has the same camera bump, even though it has two of the three camera lenses.
The iPhone 11 Pros have a third telephoto camera lense which means the iPhone 11 goes from 0.5x (ultra-wide) to 1x (wide), while the Pros go from 0.5x to 2x (telephoto). Apple says each camera is calibrated individually for the purposes of better white balance and exposure and they then push the three cameras further by calibrating them again module to module alignment.
Features shared by the iPhone 11 and Pros are Night Mode for extreme low light settings; portrait mode and portrait lighting; next-generation Smart HDR for photos; advanced red-eye correction; and, auto stabilization. All models show simultaneous wide and ultra wide pictures each time you shoot; you can decide later which one you want to keep.
All iPhone 11 models record 4k video recording at 24 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps, feature audio zoom (this focuses the audio on the subject as you zoom in closer), brighter True Tone flash with Slow Sync and a new QuickTake video with subject tracking.
Pre-order starts on Friday, September 13th at 5:00AM PDT and will ship on September 20th.
The new 7th-Gen iPad has a larger 10.2 inch Retina display, Touch ID, A10 Fusion chip, storage capacity of 32GB and 128GB, is compatible with the Apple Pencil (1st generation) and supports the full-size Smart Keyboard, Bluetooth keyboards and comes with new iPadOS capable of multitasking. The iPad starts at $329 for Wi-Fi only and $429 for Wi-Fi + Cellular.
The new 11-inch and 12.9 inch all-screen design iPad Pros have Liquid Retina display, sports the A12X Bionic chip, 64-bit architecture and comes in silver or space gray. Both can be ordered with storage capacities of 64GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB and are boxed with a USB-C Charge Cable (1 meter) and an 18W USB-C Power Adapter. USB-C allows connection to accessories like a display or camera. The iPad Pro now supports Face ID and has two cameras equipped with Smart HDR; a 12MP camera and a TrueDepth Camera. The new Apple Pencil responds to touch and it attaches magnetically to pair and to charge, and like the iPad, supports a full-size Smart Keyboard which also serves as protection for the iPad when closed.
The 11 inch iPad Pro starts at $799 for Wi-Fi and $949 for Wi-Fi + Cellular. The 12.9 inch iPad Pro starts at $999 for Wi-Fi and $1149 for Wi-Fi + Cellular.
Apple also announced the Series 5 Apple Watch with new Always-On Retina display (it never sleeps) and Apple stores and online stores will have an "Apple Watch Studio" where you can pair any case and any band. The Series 5 Watch pricing starts at $399 and will be available on September 20th.
Apple will release iOS 13 on September 19th for the iPhone 6s and later, the iPhone SE or a 7th-generation iPod Touch. iOS 13.1 will be available on September 30th.
After the iPhone 11 event, Apple announced their AppleCare+ (which covers incidents of accidental damage for a 24-month period) would no longer be limited to 24 months for iOS devices and the Apple Watch and will now offer a monthly subscription, allowing customers to purchase and continue their coverage beyond the previous 24 month contract for as long as Apple supports the device.
If you already have AppleCare+, you cannot switch to the monthly plan. This monthly subscription will only apply to new purchases and customers have 60 days from the date of purchase to purchase the plan.
Apple announced that its' streaming subscription service, Apple TV Plus, will premiere on November 1st. The service will cost $4.99 per month after a 7-day trial.
Apple TV Plus will offer the ability to download originals and watch episodes offline. The streaming service will debut with nine titles at launch. Most of the Apple TV Plus series will premier with three episodes available immediately, followed by one episode weekly thereafter. Some series will have the entire season available at once like Netflix.
Apple will provide a free one year subscription to Apple TV Plus for free with the purchase of one of their new iPhones, iPads, laptops or desktops.
Apple Arcade is coming September 19th. A $4.99 monthly subscription will offer unlimited access to 100+ new games coming this fall, will be ad-free, no additional purchases will be necessary, and can be shared with up to five family members. Arcade will support handoff from one Apple device to another (iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV), can be downloaded to play games offline, and works with Screen Time and parental controls.
The $4.99 monthy subscription fee will be charged after a one-month trial.