Published: Thu, September 19, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Apple sees more rosy prospects in China with latest iPhone release

Apple sees more rosy prospects in China with latest iPhone release

Sonny Dickson says alongside this leak that the hardware in the new iPad Pro's cameras is "extremely similar" to that of the iPhone 11 Pro, so don't expect too much deviation on that front.

Earlier this month, the tech giant unveiled the iPhone 11 at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino on Tuesday, showing off a $699 mid-range handset with a 6.1-inch display that will come in six colors: purple, white, yellow, green, black, and Product Red.

Ma Ke, a 33-year-old white-collar worker in Beijing, said the green version of iPhone 11 with 128G storage was out of stock when she wanted to book one on the official website of Apple on Friday night.

Apple at its Special Event this year didn't reveal crucial details, including battery capacity and RAM, of its new iPhones.

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Every year, Apple has to decide which devices are no longer capable of running its latest operating system and in 2019 you'll need at least an iPhone 6s if you want to get all the new features. We'll spend plenty of time discussing camera performance in the coming weeks, but there's one new feature of Apple's upgraded cameras that we want to focus on today: Night mode. Now we know for sure.

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The newly-released iPhone 11 is now the most popular iPhone 11 model being pre-ordered in China, according to CNBC. The report doesn't state the exact model of the Intel modems used by Apple. How dramatic are the improvements?

The post's author, J Glenn Künzler, writes that while the camera bump lacks the glass surface covering found on the iPhone 11 Pro phones, it could indicate something unique about the iPad Pro's new camera hardware or that it's "just a minor omission in a device meant to showcase the final physical form of the device remains to be seen".

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