Anonymous, 23 Mar 2020We are still waiting to see whether Apple can deliver the quality mmWave support for their 5G ... moreFools rush in, its still early for 5G and the phones are too expensive.... Tell me how can you "future proof" an android phone with 5G while the whole lot of them are terrible with updates? Come correct dude
Nothing new here, Samsung already did this.
Apple merely playing catchup in 2020.
Even iPhone giving 120hz in 2020. Sony, LG, Xiaomi need to provide nothing less than 120hz for their flagship smartphones.
1/1.9" sensor looks weak.
120hz display finally Lol!
6gb RAM, they don't want app reolads anymore.
Good to see some improvements.
Apple must straight up put a mammoth 50MP 2.4 micron 1 inch beast sensor in its top end model and finish the competition once and for all.
So is that good or bad
This sounds good and promising on paper but I am 100% sure that Apple will find a way to ruin the conception of next gen iPhones too... :-(
Anonymous, 23 Mar 2020We are still waiting to see whether Apple can deliver the quality mmWave support for their 5G ... moreApple is not a pioneer for sure, they always wait and polish the technology to deliver the best they can.
PartTimePhoner, 23 Mar 2020I dunno man, 11 doesnt have the telephoto 11 pro max has. He’s talking about the Pro series. The Pro and Pro Max are identical in specs except for the battery...
We are still waiting to see whether Apple can deliver the quality mmWave support for their 5G phones. Apply is still working on their 1st generation 5G phones, relying on other's 5G technology. Other phone-makers are working on their 2nd generation 5G phones. Please note that the support for mmWave has been universally weak for all 1st generation 5 phones.
That would suck, if they would bring that to the Max-variant only.
They've always kept the standard and Max-variant at the same level, which is very welcome for people who doesn't want such a big and heavy phone. They were the only ones besides Google wannabe-flagship-phones.