The last few generations of iPhones have held a lot of promise, but customers are consistently disappointed when it comes to the phones' price tags. Apple's brand new iPhone 11, however, seems to address the issue. The phone has two back-facing cameras and features a number of essential updates, and instead of upping the price, Apple will start the phone at $699 for customers. It's still a pretty penny, but it is significantly less pennies than previous iPhone generations.
Check out a few of the iPhone 11 features:
A wide camera and an ultra-wide camera, capturing more in your photos
Liquid retina display
Spacial audio, which gives users a theater-like experience
The "highest quality video ever in a smart phone"
An hour more battery life than the iPhone XR
Most importantly, the iPhone 11 will feature the next generation of Apple's leading chip, the A13 bionic, giving this phone the fastest computing capabilities on the market.
Oh, and, Apple coined a new term via the iPhone 11: the "slowfie," a slow-motion selfie made possible by the phone's many new camera features. How could you not want it?
Sure, sure, all these updates sound wonderful. But considering Apple updates come multiple times a year, it's nearly impossible to keep up. The iPhone 11 sounds great today, but the iPhone 12 will sound even better before you know it. What's the point of adopting new technology when your old tech still works? Hold onto your 6's, friends.