iPhone 11, 11 Pro & Pro Max Pre-order Starts On 13 Sept, Has Cheaper Prices

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Apple fans, if you’ve been waiting eagerly for another chance to blow all your money, the time has finally come.

Be prepared to camp outside the Apple store once again if you want to be among the first few hundred people to get their hands on the brand new iPhone 11 models.

Or, well, you just could preorder too.

New iPhones Available For Preorder on 13 September

Apple’s iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will be available for preorder in Singapore starting Friday, 13 September at 8pm. They’ll be in stores a week later, on 20 September.

This means you can beat the crowds and get your new phone from the comfort of your own house, simply by downloading the Apple Store app and making your purchase there.

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Singtel customers can also pre-register their interest in the spanking new iPhone 11 series here.

Phone Prices

Just in case you’re wondering how much cash you’re going to need to fork out for these beautiful phones, here are all their prices:

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The iPhone 11 will be priced from $1,149 and it will be available in three storage capacities: 64GB, 128GB, 256GB.

The other two models are slightly more expensive. The iPhone 11 Pro will be priced from $1,649, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max from $1,799.

The available storage capacities for these phones are 64GB, 256GB and 512GB.

What does one even need 512GB storage for?

Appearance & Display

Honestly, the new phones look pretty similar to last year’s iPhone XS, XS Max and XR, appearance-wise.

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The iPhone 11 comes in a glass and aluminium design with a 6.1” liquid retina HD display. It’s available in a total of six colours – white, black, green, yellow, red and purple.

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On the other hand, the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max have a stunning textured matte glass and stainless steel design with an all-screen super retina XDR display of two different sizes — 5.8″ on iPhone 11 Pro and 6.5″ on iPhone 11 Pro Max.

They come in four gorgeous colours – space grey, silver, midnight green and gold.

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For those who don’t like carrying around a heavy phone, The iPhone 11 Pro would probably be the one for you as it’s smaller and lighter than the iPhone 11.

The iPhone 11 Pro weighs 188g, while the iPhone 11 weighs 194g, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max is the heaviest at 224g.

Camera

I guess what everyone’s really looking forward to the most is to try out the amazing camera functions that we’ve been hearing so much about.

The iPhone 11 will have dual 12MP Ultra Wide and Wide cameras with night mode.

The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max introduce a transformative triple-camera system with all-new Ultra Wide, Wide and Telephoto cameras.

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Each of these three cameras can record brilliant 4K videos with extended dynamic range and cinematic video stabilisation.

The Wide camera has 100 percent Focus Pixels, offering up to three times quicker autofocus in low light. The Ultra-Wide camera can capture four times more scene, making it suitable for landscape or architecture shots.

The Telephoto camera is able to capture 40 percent more light as compared to iPhone XS, for better photos and videos.

Sounds fancy as heck.

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However, despite how cool the triple-camera system sounds, people couldn’t resist making a few jokes and memes about how unusual it looks like.

Since we’re already at three cameras now, this is how people think the latest iPhone will look like in a few years’ time:

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Some have also noticed how it resembles a stove.

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It really does, though. If I hadn’t known that it was the back of a phone in that picture, I would honestly have believed that it’s the latest model of a cooking stove.

But jokes aside, the new iPhone 11 models really do seem quite impressive. Now it’s just a matter of whether or not you want to splurge on this now or wait until the next big thing comes along.

It’s your call.