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3 Cameras? Too Much Or Not Enough?

3 Cameras? Too Much Or Not Enough?

Sasha Pineau, Writer

 

Over the years, the iPhone’s have been getting more advanced every day. Since the drop of the original iPhone 1st generation in 2007, which was a smash hit, 24 more have been made. Now think about that. In 12 years, 24 were made. That’s about 2 a year, every year. One of the most popular attributes of the iPhone is the camera. Every single year, people believe the camera quality is increased. Now, the new heavily awaited iPhone 11 has been released and it has three cameras. No, not one, three. The regular iPhone 11 has two cameras, which you’d think would be enough. Instead, Apple thought it wasn’t enough. So, they put an extra camera on the iPhone 11 Pro, which makes three. “Why would you even need two?” is what you may be thinking.

Apple’s iPhone 11. Credit: Apple™️

Apple describes the iPhone 11 Pro as “A transformative triple‑camera system that adds tons of capability without complexity. An unprecedented leap in battery life. And a mind‑blowing chip that doubles down on machine learning and pushes the boundaries of what a smartphone can do. Welcome to the first iPhone powerful enough to be called Pro.”

The regular iPhone 11 goes for a pricey 979$ – 1,189.00$ depending on how many gigabytes you want the phone to have, while the iPhone 11 Pro goes for 1,379.00$ – 1,859.00$.

Now only 19 days ago, Apple released the iPhone 11 Max for 1,519.00 – 1,999.00. It’s known that Apple after the drop of a phone like to release another version of the phone and add a letter or intimidating word after it.

Let’s be honest, that’s pretty expensive. You can buy a car for that price (Yes, really. I researched it.) Not sure about you, but a car seems pretty nice.

Thankfully, my friend let me test his iPhone 11 Max. It’s incredible, it almost feels like we’re progressing to fast with tech. I wonder what the iPhone 37 will be like. Would it just be an iPhone, Macbook, and iPad in one? Like you can choose what mode you want? Well, that’s not to decide now and for the future.

 

 

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