Apple's latest iPhone is the iPhone 11 range, as revealed during an event last night, with the two Pro models lasting four or five hours longer than former XS models, as reported by BBC.
One of the highlights of the base phone is the ultra-wide and standard rear camera, although the Pro models also have the telephoto and normal cameras.
We can also expect a new Night Mode, automatically brightening the screen when needed, as well as Deep Fusion, taking nine pictures and combining them for the best image. This is coming via an update later in the year, however.
The base iPhone 11 starts at £729 ($699 USD, €809), with the Pro models starting at £1,099 ($999, €1,159), going on sale for pre-order on September 13, with the actual release starting on September 20.
That's not all though, as at the event we also got news of the Series 5 watch, which features an always-on display, changing how often it refreshes the screen (which can go as low as one FPS) and reducing the brightness, which should help with battery life.
Again, this is available as of September 20, featuring a compass, a new operating system, menstrual cycle tracking, and more.
Perhaps more interesting is that the Series 3 model will continue to be around for £199 ($199), which is a rather impressive price for the tech.
What was your highlight of the event?
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