A new dual‑camera system captures more of what you see and love. The fastest chip ever in a smartphone and all‑day battery life let you do more and charge less. And the highest‑quality video in a smartphone, so your memories look better than ever.
All‑new dual‑camera system. Take your photos from wide to ultra wide. A redesigned interface uses the new Ultra Wide camera to show you what’s happening outside the frame — and lets you capture it. Shoot and edit videos as easily as you do photos. It’s the world’s most popular camera, now with a whole new perspective.
iPhone 11 shoots beautifully sharp 4K video at 60 fps across all its cameras. The Ultra Wide camera captures four times more scene, so it’s perfect for action shots like your dog catching a frisbee. If you’re recording a performance — say, your kid’s piano recital — when you zoom in, the audio zooms too. And now you can edit videos as easily as you do photos.
Both iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro have the fastest chip ever in a smartphone. A13 Bionic is so powerful, everything you do is fast and fluid. It also works in the most power‑efficient way possible, so your battery lasts longer. In fact, A13 Bionic is so advanced, it’s years ahead of the pack.
Rated IP68 (maximum depth of 2 meters up to 30 minutes) under IEC standard 60529
A13 Bionic chip Third‑generation Neural Engine
Dual 12MP Ultra Wide and Wide cameras Ultra Wide: ƒ/2.4 aperture and 120° field of view Wide: ƒ/1.8 aperture 2x optical zoom out; digital zoom up to 5x Portrait mode with advanced bokeh and Depth Control Portrait Lighting with six effects (Natural, Studio, Contour, Stage, Stage Mono, High-Key Mono) Optical image stabilization (Wide) Five‑element lens (Ultra Wide); six‑element lens (Wide) Brighter True Tone flash with Slow Sync Panorama (up to 63MP) 100% Focus Pixels (Wide) Night mode Auto Adjustments Next-generation Smart HDR for photos Wide color capture for photos and Live Photos Advanced red‑eye correction Auto image stabilization Burst mode Photo geotagging Image formats captured: HEIF and JPEG