The iPhone 11,11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max are equipped with Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax).
Wi-Fi 6 supports faster top speeds than Wi-Fi 5; allows devices to send and transmit more information; allow one router to access a large number of devices and support large-flow data transfers; help sensors and other wireless small tools to save battery power scheduling transmissions; Better, faster performance, and more in crowded, crowded, multi-person environments such as airports and stadiums.
But although you support Wi-Fi 6, you can't enjoy any privileges in iPhone 11 right now. Wi-Fi 6 is not officially certified, Wi-Fi 6 routers are expensive, and even if you buy one, the maximum network speed you can use will only reach the maximum service the operator can give you. So we remind you to see this detail as the direction of the future, not as a direct benefit.
Ultra wide band chip U1
Apple didn't have much discussion about this feature at the launch, but you can see it in the product introduction on the official website. U1 chips give the iPhone 11 the ability to "sense space" and help it find other specific iPhones more accurately at very close distances.
Apple said it had improved its AirDrop, to allow iPhone users to quickly share files with nearby iPhone, thanks to U1 chip technology. With the release of iOS 13.1, starting on September 30, the new chip will help implement "when iPhone points to someone, AirDrop can give priority to the device so that you can share files more quickly."
Apple also has a deep-meaning slogan: many of the "It's just a start." believe that the U1 chip is actually the foundation for the long-established Apple Bluetooth tracker, and it provides the AR with a more powerful sense of space, which is the beginning of the ultra-wide-frequency revolution.
Regarding the news that the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are equipped with 18W USB-C charger, everyone must have called on friends to tell each other a long time ago, and say goodbye to the "five blessings and one security" festively, and go to the standard fast-filling good days.
In short, the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max will be equipped with an 18W USB-C charger and a USB-C to Lightning cable. According to Apple, the new charger can charge 50% of the iPhone 11 Pro in 30 minutes.
Goodbye 3D Touch
Apple began experimenting with phasing out 3D Touch from last year's iPhone XR.
IPhone 11 completely cancels the way 3D Touch, uses Haptic Touch (tactile operations to replace, Haptic Touch, except that you don't have to press hard on the screen, but press an option for a long time.
3D Touch first appeared on the iPhone 6S in 2015, allowing users to access other menu options and commands by pressing their fingers hard on the screen. It has become a major extension of the touch screen operation of the iPhone. By 2019, Apple will abandon 3D Touch, thanks to its surprise and surprise in the short four years. Imagine infinitely.
The iPhone 11 and iPhone XR are the same weight, but the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are heavier than the 2018 model.
The iPhone 11 Pro weighs 11 grams more than the iPhone XS, while the 11 Pro Max weighs 18 grams more than the XS Max.
If it weren't for hand comparison, the weight difference might not be obvious. The weight gain may be due to extra camera lenses and larger batteries, which also give the heavier hand feel to the already heavy iPhone.
iOS 13.1 is released after 10 days of sale
The official version of Apple's latest operating system, iOS 13, will be launched on September 19 (Beijing time, September 20), while iOS 13.1 will arrive on September 30, opening multiple functions for the new iPhone, including orientated AirDrop, and bringing back many functions that were previously removed after 13.0 testing.