The iPhone 11 is a revolutionary smartphone designed, developed and sold by Apple Inc. It’s the first lower-cost iPhone, following the hugely successful iPhone XR. It was launched on September 10th, ahead of the high-end iPhone 11 Pro, at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, Cupertino. Now the iPhone 11S is the latest addition to the range. The lower cost of the iPhone 11S is significant for two reasons: it allows consumers to buy a phone they wouldn’t ordinarily pay full price for; and it provides an excellent trade-in value, when upgrading from the older models.
Although Apple hasn’t released official sales iphone 11 figures, pre-orders are already exceeding the expectations of the company. The most likely reason for this is the new features and functionality offered. For example, the iPhone 11S allows users to download apps from the App Store, which gives them access to thousands of new apps. The increase in applications is particularly notable for businesses, providing users with access to payroll services, expense management systems, employee time tracking, and detailed employee information. It can also streamline employee communication, as the iPhone 11S supports Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), allowing for real-time communication between employees and management.
One of the biggest upgrades in the new smartphone is the A13 Bionic chip. Built upon the previous A Series mobile processors, the A thirteen has twice the power – twice the density – of its predecessors. The A thirteen chip is fabricated on Apple’s own Custom LCD Fabrication Mold, which provides a higher densities compared to the A series. The high density means that more on-screen real estate is available for the visual elements of the phone, such as the navigation buttons, screens, and even the camera.
Upgrading from the iPhone 6s, the new iPhone 11S also includes a new feature that some may find as impressive, namely the facial recognition technology of the A Series system. With the FaceID system, users can activate the iris of their face using their finger to instantly recognize it. This biometric authentication feature uses the front-mounted infrared camera to track the position and movement of the user’s face. With this capability, users can log into their accounts with one simple touch. However, the iris tracking means that more information may be stored about the user, including age, gender, and race.
Another noteworthy feature of the iPhone 11S is its new iained technology, which is similar to the FaceID. However, unlike the FaceID, which only operates when the camera system is used, the iained technology monitors the position and movements of the user by detecting the heat given off by his or her hand. The heat signature of the user’s hand is compared to that of the iris of a human and if matching characteristics are detected, the device is able to recognize the user. This is similar to the thermal technology present in most smartphones, but the difference is that the heat given off by a human’s hand cannot be copied by the A Series camera system. For further security, a user is required to unlock his or her phone with his or her fingerprint.
Besides its improved camera and connectivity features, the iPhone 11S also has a brand new feature that many users will find impressive; its spatial audio capabilities. Unlike before, the iPhone 11S now allows users to take advantage of its built-in spatial audio functionality. Users can now activate the feature to play a song through the phone’s speakers, which means that they no longer need external speakers or headphones. This feature is perfect for those who have busy schedules and do not have the time or money to buy external music devices. Instead of spending money on buying music devices, users can use their iPhone’s built-in speakers to play their preferred songs. This innovation might seem insignificant, but it actually solves a number of problems users have been experiencing with their smartphones.