Let’s make one thing clear: Apple’s new iPhones, the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, are not a radical re-imaging of what a smartphone should be.
In fact, put them face up next to their predecessors, last year’s iPhone XR and XS, and I’m not sure even Tim Cook could tell the difference.
But turn them over, and you’ll see where Apple has spent the last year tinkering away. The new iPhones unveiled on Tuesday, contain immediately obvious changes to their camera systems, which the company says turn what was already the world’s most popular camera into a professional-grade piece of kit.
The cheaper iPhone 11, which costs £729 and up, has a two-camera array on the back - a standard lens and a second “ultra...
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