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The release of Apple’s latest flagship mobile introduces a range of new features and coincides with the release of the iOS 13 software upgrade. The improved camera, screen and battery make this a great device for not only personal use, but for business too.

Apple have announced their new products with a presentation at the Steve Jobs Theatre in their Cupertino headquarters; three iterations of the iPhone; the seventh-generation iPad; an updated Apple Watch; and subscription-based game and video streaming services.

The iPhone 11 is the basic model of the new additions to the iPhone family, with the iPhone 11 Pro featuring the full range of exciting new hardware and software additions. At 6.5 inches, the iPhone 11 Pro Max also includes the new features, housed with a larger screen.

The new iPhone 11 Pro lineup; rose gold, midnight green, white and space grey. Image: Apple. SeaBro IT
The iPhone 11 Pro lineup – Rose Gold, Midnight Green, White and Space Grey. Image: Apple

The iPhone 11 Pro is the most practical of the three for the majority of people, and it also makes a great phone for business use. Available in four colours, you can even choose which fits your business and colleagues best.

Battery life is a major factor to consider when buying a new phone, and Apple are really upping their game with this new model. The iPhone 11 Pro lasts four hours than last year’s iPhone XS, giving you 18 hours of video playback, 11 hours of streaming video playback, and 65 hours of audio playback.

Apple’s A13 Bionic processor chip is responsible for streamlining tasks in the new iPhone range. The chip includes 8.5 billion transistors, giving it capability to handle one trillion processes at once. Even so, power is more efficiently distributed thanks to thousands of voltage and clock gates syphoning off power from areas which are not in use.

This improved chip also accommodates two performance cores and four efficiency cores in the CPU, four cores in the GPU and eight in the Neural Engine. These elements combined will allow your phone to last longer between charges and run faster than any other previous iPhone. This means that your phone can run hard computational operations like Deep Fusion – which we will get to shortly.

Playing a game on the new Apple iPhone 11 Pro. Image: Apple. SeaBro IT
The Processing Power and Display Means it’s Great for Work and Play. Image: Apple

The screen of the iPhone 11 Pro has a ‘Super Retina XDR’ display, which is the sharpest of any iPhone before it. Reaching 800 nits of brightness on the screen and up to 1,200 nits when viewing HDR photos and HDR10 videos, you can continue using the phone even when in the harshest of sunlight. The 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio and 458 ppi work together to create a precise display, and True Tone matches the white balance of your surroundings to reduce eye strain.

Another of the paramount aspects is the three-camera setup on the back of the device. With 2x optical zoom in and zoom out coupled with up to 10x digital zoom, the three 12-megapixel cameras work together to create a wide field image while maintaining incredible clarity.

Example of portrait mode on the new iPhone 11 Pro. Image: Apple. SeaBro IT
Apple’s Portrait Mode Means You Don’t Need Studio Equipment for Photos With Depth. Image: Apple

Apple are using this tri-camera system to improve their Portrait Mode photography, including the ability to adjust light intensity – giving you a studio quality image, no matter where your subject is. They are also introducing automatic Night Mode photography to give clarity even in low light.

As well as the three 12-megapixel cameras on the back of the new device, there is also a 12 megapixel TrueDepth camera on the front of the iPhone 11 Pro. This means that front-facing video can be recorded in 4K at 60 fps, or in slow motion at 120 fps (for what Apple calls the ‘slofie’ – slow selfie).

A myriad of advanced video editing tools are included with the iPhone 11 Pro as standard, meaning you don’t need extra apps for editing as it is all within the Photos app itself. The A13 Bionic chip gives you real time processing of cropping, adjusting and filtering videos and photos, and audio zoom adjusts the sound to match video framing.

The three camera setup of the new iPhone 11 Pro. Image: Apple. SeaBro IT
The Glass Encasement is Milled From a Single Sheet of Glass. Image: Apple

Deep Fusion takes nine photographs – four primary, four secondary, and one long exposure – and uses artificial intelligence to piece them together into an image which is sharper than any iPhone before. This feature, along with others, will be launched later this year.

The structure of this device means that it is stronger than any of its predecessors thanks to the glass being milled from a single sheet of glass to minimise weak spots. There is also a dual ion-exchange to add even more strength to the glass; front and back. The iPhone 11 Pro also has an IP68 rating, so is dust and water resistant up to 4 metres for 30 minutes.

Busy schedule? You don’t want your iPhone running out of charge without time for a top up, which is why this device has an 18W fast charge adaptor included to give you up to 50% charge in 30 minutes. A Lightning to USB-C also comes in the box to connect your phone to the charging adaptor or to your Macbook.

Working abroad? You can add a second line for international calling thanks to Apple’s inclusion of dual SIM with eSIM support. Never be left without a connection when abroad. And for an even better roaming experience, the iPhone 11 Pro can connect to up to 30 LTE bands for the most extensive 4G LTE roaming worldwide.

Key Features of an iPhone 11 Pro for Business:

  • Four hours longer battery life
  • Faster processing
  • Clearer screen
  • Improved camera and associated features
  • Stronger chassis
  • Improved water resistance
  • Fast charge with USB-C cable
  • Dual SIM with eSIM support

This iPhone is perfect for someone in any industry, and the implementation of these phones as a work phone will be simple and efficient.

Need an iPhone for your business? Speak to our team to find out how we can help you implement company mobiles into your workforce.

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