There is a lot of hardware change as far as the cameras are concerned. This is now a triple camera setup, with a ultra-wide, a wide and a telephoto lens making their presence felt. There is a significant bump up in the amount of artificial intelligence (AI) being deployed to make the photos that you click natural and well detailed, but then again, none of that would really be possible without the data from these sensors. That said, the camera app opens incredibly fast and the quick focus and tap to click is something that most phones will struggle to keep up with. I couldn’t test the Night Mode on these new iPhones just yet, considering how well lit the Apple demo zone was, but that is surely something on the top of my list once the review device rolls into town.
The iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max run the latest Apple A13 Bionic chip, which is the fastest processor in smartphones right now. In fact, this is 20 percent faster in terms of graphics and performance than the predecessor. Safe to say then, that the A13 Bionic is by far the fastest smartphone processor right now. With the new machine learning accelerators, this processor can do as many as 1 trillion operations per second.