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Changes for the iPhone 11

The iPhone 11 is essentially an S model to precede the highly popular iPhone XR. From the outside, it all looks the exact same. It still has the old sleeker design, the exact same curved 6.1-inch LCD with rounded corners, the exact same massive bezels, and even the same magnesium body. However, from the inside, things are different. There’s a whole new line of products called the iPhone Experience, which lets you use your iPhone in ways you never thought possible with the help of a few new accessories.

For example, did you know that the iphone 11iPhone 11 comes with a completely new line of headphones called the iPhone Experience? Apple has teamed up with two companies to manufacture these fantastic headphones, allowing you to listen wirelessly via Bluetooth. This means that you don’t have to string together wires to get your music played over the course of several hours, which can be tedious at best. You’ll enjoy this feature if you have several people staying over or if you need to travel with a bunch of friends, all of whom need to listen to the music you’ve been saving to play on their iPhones at home. In addition to wirelessly connecting your iPhone to the headphones themselves, you can also charge up your unit directly through the headphone jack, which means that you won’t have to waste any power from your iPhone, saving you some serious mop up.

Another great accessory for the iPhone 11, which goes great for any device that needs extra security, is the Face ID sensor. To use it, you’ll simply put your finger on the front of the iPhone, which scans your finger for a short three seconds to verify your identity. While this may not seem like much, this new biometric authentication system is surprisingly accurate, letting you get a higher level of security than ever before when using your iPhone. If you’d rather skip all of the security and keep just the convenience of touch screen buttons, you can always turn off Face ID for now and learn how to use the touch screen on your iPhone.

For those of you interested in 3D graphics, Apple has introduced two additional features for the iPhone 11. One of them is the new Maps application, which allows you to see where you are within various parts of the world and enables you to select which part of the map you’d like to travel to. The second feature is the new Spatial Audio feature, which provides you with the option to choose either still sounds or sound effects as you move throughout the scene. With these two upgrades, the iPhone 11 offers true mobility, letting you get from one place to the next with ease.

One other feature worth taking a look at with the iPhone 11 is that of the Airplane mode. This new feature enables users to use the iPhone without any networks or wireless connections. This means no more worrying about constantly missing a signal or wondering if you’ll ever be able to make a call or send a text message on a busy network. You can simply go hands free, enjoy the view, take some calming deep breaths, and you’re good to go. The iPhone 11 pro, however, supports both HSDPA and CDMA networks, so if you’re staying on a CDMA network, you may not be able to take advantage of this mode.

A few other new additions in the iPhone 11 include the ability to add a keyboard to the device, a feature which many have found very useful. Apple has also moved away from the iPhone’s default color theme, opting instead for something a bit darker. The iPhone now comes in five colors: black, silver, gold, orange, and white. The dark mode, which was only available on the iPhone 4, is now available for the iPhone 11 as well. To use it, simply go into the “general settings” and select “ios dark mode.” While this mode does not provide as much functionality as the “normal” mode, it can be a welcome change for those who prefer their phones to be less flashy.