Apple’s Flagship iPhone 11 Pro is Beautiful BUT Lacks Innovation
Apple’s Flagship iPhone 11 Pro is Beautiful BUT Lacks Innovation. Tech giant Apple announced the brand new iPhone 11 on Tuesday.
It was a grand and uniquely American celebration of the tech on its own Apple Park campus, but does Apple know how to innovate with the new versions of the flagship, the iPhone?
It seems to be a bit disappointing. And that was the expectation. Despite Apple’s strict policy regarding new launches, things had already leaked out.
We already knew that the new smartphones would probably not receive 5G support, would still use the outdated Lightning connection and would also skip other gadgets that were used in the Asian competition in particular.
At the Apple Park event (after shaking off hordes of Apple employees who warmly welcome every journalist) it became clear that the leaked information is mostly correct. The new device has mainly been upgraded in the form of the camera. It now has three lenses and a wide-angle lens.
There is also the option to make slow motion selfies, labelled by Apple as “selfies.” The housing is mostly the same. Only the so-called camera island and the apple on the back received a facelift.
About the show: it was put together well as always. Boss Tim Cook stood relaxed in sneakers and linen trousers about his company. There were no real surprises. Poultry was there. No “one more thing” this time – and that has a reason