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Apple unveils iPhone 11

Apple unveils iPhone 11

Apple launched its latest iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max featuring new cameras, improved screens, faster processors and longer battery life, at an event in Cupertino, California on Tuesday. The company promises a one hour more in battery life for the iPhone 11 compared to the iPhone XR. The $699 price tag makes the phone $50 cheaper than the XR.

Mr. Melons
Mr. Melons 1 year

you know what's better than an iphone with 2 lens? one with 3 lens of course

Cameron tolley
Cameron tolley 1 year


Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 year

Of the first 21 " tech news stories" 18 are about apple products. This section is total bullshit.

Joe Joyce
Joe Joyce 1 year

Why is it so ugly

Zak Thompson
Zak Thompson 1 year

When the hell? It's camera lens looks like a spider's eye. It's quite an eyesore. *bu dum tss*

Individual > collective
Individual > collective 1 year

The only thing powerful about this year's Iphone is the boldness Tim crook had to present such an incremental, uninspired, and anti-consumer model for their unaware or manipulated group of buyers. Seriously, Apple really rivals prisons for having the most "captive audience"

Dave 1 year

Taking a picture of a phone with a phone. Phoneception.

Rodger 1 year

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro lack in visual, and offers little hardware upgrade for the price. Innovation, Design, Purpose, in addition to form and function have been lacking from the greatest minds at Apple. During the Steve Job era, Apple lead the way to the pocket sized universe we hold dear to our hearts in smartphones. Rather than lead the pack, Apple has taken a side step with its latest release of phones. When you compare what the competition has designed and put forward with the Samsung Galaxy/Note models, Google Pixel, LG ThinQ, Huawei P30, among other smartphones, we see that the iPhone has become stagnant in its approach at leading the pack. I will admit the iPhone does boast a great hardware platform, but the limited creativity to lead by example has died with Steve Jobs. Why has Apple not created an iPhone with integrated pencil, why have they not adopted a uniform charging port, simplified the iOS allowing the consumer to be able to manipulate the app location or nest folders within folders? Many consumers will jailbreak the iPhone iOS allowing the functions they crave, allowing individualism and expression of self through the one item all of us carry with us... Apple has developed an ecosystem that once consumed, is nearly impossible to break free from, yet no one challenges the status quo of the product and its designs. Rather we tend to make excuses to justify spending $1000-1500 for a new phone. Amit Ranadive was quoted from on September 28, 2017; “Deja vu occurs when we encounter something new, but it feels as if we've seen it before. Vuja de is the reverse — we face something familiar, but we see it with a fresh perspective that enables us to gain insights into old problems.” Many of us encounter a familiar situation, and we don't stop to question to default.” Maybe before you shell out the money for a new phone, you begin to question, why.

Mariah 1 year

inovative doesn't always mean better, this is a clean example

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 1 year

The bump looks ugly as fuck.

That's Kinda Mean
That's Kinda Mean 1 year

I like how the biggest change now is price

EightBall 1 year

...and I have no f**ks to give.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 year

The flash is so powerful it can reheat your soy vente triple decaf latte.

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