Hardware, Software and Other Features
It is no news that Apple makes its chipsets, the iPhone 11 gets the in-house A13 Bionic chip made with a 7nm+ process. The chip will work with the special design of the all-new iOS 13 too, and that promises to pack quite a punch.
It is customary for Apple to offer their units in different storage options, so we have the base iPhone 11 offering 64GB built-in storage.
For those who want more storage, you can pick the units with 128GB or 256GB built-in storage. No matter which option of the iPhone 11 you go for, though, you get the same 4GB RAM across board.
Of course, you should not expect to have a microSD card slot, so the decision of what storage option to pick up becomes even more important.
The iPhone 11 is designed to work for different markets likewise, putting a difference in the number of SIMs you can expect to have.
While some come one SIM support, others can use the standby dual SIM technology. Bar that difference, all devices are unique in their IP68 rating – ensuring dust and water resistance.
Finally, the scratch-resistant glass and oleophobic coating on the front/back glass panels ensure minimal smears and damages to the face of the phone in multiple conditions.