Apple unveiled the 2019 iPhones yesterday – iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. As they do every year, Apple also came out with the iPhone 11 wallpapers along with the new iPhones. Thanks to a few users, you can now download iPhone 11 Pro Wallpapers.
Download iPhone 11 Pro Wallpapers
As always, the new wallpapers are colorful and attractive, and thus will look good on older iPhones as well. The dark versions of the iPhone 11 wallpapers have also been made available. These wallpapers (dark version) are automatically applied to the new iPhones when a user enables the Dark Mode.
The dark mode version of the wallpapers come courtesy of Dylan McDonald, while Ispazio shared a couple of colorful iPhone 11 wallpapers. Twitter user AR72014 also shared a few high-quality iPhone 11 Pro stock wallpapers. Apart from these, other variants of the iPhone 11 wallpapers are also available for download.
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You can download iPhone 11 Pro Wallpapers directly from the images below, or by clicking on the download link. To download iPhone 11 Pro Wallpapers and iPhone 11 Wallpapers from the images below, just right click or long-press on the image and select “Save” or “Save image as.” To set the downloaded image as wallpaper, open the image in the Photos app and click on the share icon in the lower-left corner. Next, click on “Use as Wallpaper.”
For downloading stock iPhone 11 wallpapers, visit this link.
For downloading iPhone 11 wallpapers for the iPhones with a notch, visit this link.
For downloading stock iPhone 11 Pro wallpapers, visit this link.
2019 iPhones – what’s new?
With the 2019 iPhones, Apple brings fresh colors, more battery life and faster performance. Among all the features, the camera hardware and software is the most impressive. The pro version comes with three cameras on the back, while the standard model features two rear cameras. All three iPhones now include an ultra-wide angle lens.
Apple has also added a night mode to assist users when they shoot photos in low light conditions. The feature is enabled by default, meaning that when a user shoots a photo in the dark, the tech will automatically make the photos better.
In terms of design, the new iPhones are very similar to last year’s iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. The new iPhones are powered by an A13 Bionic 7-nanometer chip and a 3rd generation Neural Engine. According to Apple, the A13 Bionic is the fastest chip ever in a smartphone, and that its GPU and CPU is 20 percent faster than the A12.
In terms of battery life, the iPhone 11 Pro offers up to 65 hours of audio playback (four hours more than the iPhone XS), 18 hours of video playback and 11 hours of streamed video playback. The Max version offers up to 80 hours of audio playback (five hours more than the XS Max), 20 hours of video playback and 12 hours of streamed video playback.
To allow for fast charging, the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max come with an 18W USB-C adapter and a USB-C to Lightning cable. The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max will be available in 64, 256, and 512GB capacities. Except for the LCD display and a dual-lens camera, the iPhone 11 is similar in specs to the iPhone 11 Pro.
Drop in prices
The 2019 iPhones start at $699, $999 and $1,099, respectively. The price of the entry-level model last year was $750, but this year, it has dropped to $700. Apple’s new pricing is an attempt to woo price-conscious buyers.
This drop in price from Apple does not come as a surprise. Apple has been raising prices of iPhones each year to compensate for the drop in sales. Now, it appears that the company might have hit the ceiling. Last year, the U.S. firm had to cut the revenue estimates and also drop the prices of the iPhone in China to push up the demand.
Experts believe that Apple kept raising prices of the iPhones each year, but didn’t provide the features to keep up with the price increase. Due to this, owners were holding onto their phones longer. Thus, by dropping the price, Apple aims to encourage buyers to upgrade.
As was expected, there is no 5G support, and there is no reverse wireless charging feature as well. It was rumored that the 2019 iPhones would come with reverse wireless charging to charge AirPods, the Apple Watch and other phones. Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and Note 10 phones come with such a feature. Other rumored features that are not present in the 2019 iPhones are no support for the Apple Pencil and a USB-C port in place of the Lightning connection.
Apple will start accepting preorders for the new iPhones starting Friday (September 13) at 5 a.m. PT. The iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max will hit the stores next week on Sept. 20.