New iPhone 11 (2019)

New iPhone 11 release date, price, news and leaks

The world has evolved from days of smoke signals and blowing horns to smart alarms and digitalized sirens. Each day, human beings invent new easier and smarter ways to do everything. When typewriters were invented, possibly a few believed we will later have a laptop and printer. Just the same way technology changed means of transportation, so it did communication.Technology elbowed out the era of posting letters and quickly landed us into short messaging (SMS) and phone calls. We have all seen different types of phones get into the market and any new invention makes the successor superior and hence making human beings more creative each day.As once said, the future belongs to the curious, our curiosity has brought us from flip qwerty keyboard phones to bezel-less and notch touch screen phones which have introduced us to believe that they actually are smart phones. Each day, everyone is keen on owning the latest smartphone so as to enjoy the new cool features. Due to market demand, several engineers have put in the work and caused rapid competition against each to offer the best. This, in turn, has led to many manufacturing companies trying to just produce the same smartphones but differently. For some reason, this is only good for the end users.There are over 15 top global brands manufacturing and selling smartphones. Among them, the top-selling ones are Apple, Samsung, Huawei and Sony. With each brand having its market target, still as curious as we are, we end up landing on almost all brands jut to compare the user experience. One thing comes out clear though, that Apple just thinks so differently and give you a unique smartphone experience. There is a wide range of Apple smart gadgets ranging from laptops, desktops to phones famously referred to as iPhones. Just like evolvement in communication means, so there are iPhone smartphones. This book gives up-close attention to not just the iPhone smartphone, but its flagship iPhone XS Max. During the launch of iPhone XS and XS Max on 21st September 2018, Apple Inc. had sold over 2.1 billion iPhones since its inception in June 2007.This book will give an in-depth analysis of Apple’s iPhone XS Max and also more importantly how to get the most of your iPhone XS Max.

Apple’s iPhone 2019 may be all about the camera

The iPhone XS gets a soaking. Image Credit: TechRadar

The iPhone 11 release date is likely in September, but Apple is already rumored to be testing out several new iPhone 2019 concepts months in advance, as you’ll see below.

There are plenty of iPhone 11 leaks to pore over on this page, and all of them point to a more significant upgrade than last year’s rather incremental iphone xsdesign.

Update:
The iPhone 11 could get an in-screen fingerprint scanner that covers the whole screen. Plus, the iPhone XR 2 could get a camera upgrade, with the latest rumor suggesting it’ll boast a dual-lens rear camera setup.

It may not be a radical top-to-bottom change considering the iPhone Xredesigned launched in late 2017, but the rear camera may get a big upgrade if you turn your attention to the back of every new iPhone 11 concept we’ve seen.

That’s good news because Apple isn’t selling as many iPhones as previously forecast, so its next flagship has to wow everyone or come down in price to stay competitive.

APPLE’S NEXT-GENERATION iPhones are still some way off, but that hasn’t stopped the relentless online rumour mill from serving up some details about the iPhone 11, or so-called iPhone XI lineup. 

Three iPhones are expected to debut in September, including successors to the iPhone XS and XS Max, and a sequel to the iPhone XR. Apple’s flagship duo is shaping up nicely; they’re expected to be the first iPhones to boast triple camera systems, the first to offer USB-C and the first to ship with iOS 13, which is expected to bring a system-wide dark mode to iDevices.

We’ve rounded up everything we know about Apple’s 2019 iPhones so far below.

New iPhone 11 release date

  • iPhone 11 launch date: September 10, 2019 (TechRadar predicts)
  • iPhone 11 pre-order date: September 13, 2019 (TechRadar predicts)
  • iPhone 11 release date: September 20, 2019 (TechRadar predicts)

iPhone 11 price − How much will the new iPhone cost?

Last year’s iphone XS  launched at a price of £999/$999, much like the iphone Xbefore it. It would seem a safe bet to assume that the iPhone 11 will cost a similar amount.

An apparent pricing lea broke via Evad3rs in early May, claiming that Apple will offer the iPhone 11 on undisclosed contracts for $399 (128GB), $499 (256GB), and $599 (512GB) from September 20, 2019.

SIM-free pricing was claimed to be $999 (128GB), the $1099 (256GB) and the $1199 (512GB). And the report added that the 128GB iPhone Max would set you back $1099, with the 256GB and 512GB models retailing for $1199 and $1299 respectively.

However, since none of this has been confirmed by Apple, we’d recommend taking it with a hefty dose of skepticism. Apple is notoriously secretive about its next iPhone, to the point there are rumblings even its advertising and paid search agencies don’t get much information on them ahead of the actual launch event.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 14″ FHD IPS Touchscreen Ultrabook Laptop Computer, 8th Gen Intel Quad-Core i7-8550U up to 4.0GHz, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, Windows 10 Professional


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  • Brand Lenovo, Model 20KH002JUS
  • Product Type: Ultrabook, Processor Manufacturer: Intel, Processor Type: Core i7, Processor Generation: 8th Gen, Processor Model: i7-8650U, Processor Speed: 1.90 GHz, Processor Core: Quad-core (4 Core), Standard Memory: 16 GB, Memory Technology: LPDDR3, Solid State Drive Capacity: 512 GB, Screen Size: 14″, Display Screen Type: LCD,
  • Display Screen Technology: In-plane Switching (IPS) Technology, Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080, Touchscreen: Yes, Graphics Controller Manufacturer: Intel, Graphics Controller Model: UHD Graphics 620, Graphics Memory Technology: LPDDR3, Graphics Memory Accessibility: Shared, Wireless LAN: Yes, Wireless LAN Standard: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, Ethernet Technology: Ethernet, Bluetooth: Yes,


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Brand NameLenovoSeriesIntel Core i7Item model number20KH002JUSHardware PlatformPCOperating SystemWindows 10 ProItem Weight2.49 poundsProduct Dimensions12.7 x 0.6 x 8.6 inchesItem Dimensions L x W x H12.7 x 0.6 x 8.6 inchesColorBlackProcessor BrandIntelProcessor Count4Flash Memory Size512.0Hard Drive InterfaceSolid StateHard Drive Rotational Speed2 RPMOptical Drive TypeNoneBatteries1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Screen Size14 inches
Screen Resolution1920 x 1080
Max Screen Resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
Processor1.9 GHz Intel Core i7
RAM16 GB DDR3 SDRAM
Memory Speed2133 MHz
Hard DriveFlash Memory Solid State
Graphics CoprocessorIntel UHD Graphics 620
Chipset Brandintel
Card DescriptionIntegrated
Wireless Type802.11.g
Number of USB 3.0 Ports2

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Amazon.com Return Policy:You may return any new computer purchased from Amazon.com that is “dead on arrival,” arrives in damaged condition, or is still in unopened boxes, for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. Amazon.com reserves the right to test “dead on arrival” returns and impose a customer fee equal to 15 percent of the product sales price if the customer misrepresents the condition of the product. Any returned computer that is damaged through customer misuse, is missing parts, or is in unsellable condition due to customer tampering will result in the customer being charged a higher restocking fee based on the condition of the product. Amazon.com will not accept returns of any desktop or notebook computer more than 30 days after you receive the shipment. New, used, and refurbished products purchased from Marketplace vendors are subject to the returns policy of the individual vendor.

RAZER BLADE LAPTOP

Design

Still clad in the same all-black, unibody aluminum shell, the Razer Blade keeps the exact same angular shape for 2019 that we saw in last year’s model, replete with the more subtle RGB lighting of last year – down to just the keyboard and Razer logo on the lid.

At 0.70 inches (17.8mm) thin, this year’s Razer Blade is marginally thicker than before, but just as hefty at 4.63 pounds (2.10kg). This, too, is a laptop just 14 inches wide with a 15-inch display, thanks to those thinner screen bezels.

Par for the course, the Razer Blade keeps the webcam in its proper position above the screen while implementing narrow bezels. At just 720p, it produces an awfully grainy picture, though it’s serviceable for video calls – just don’t try to broadcast yourself playing games with this webcam.

Luckily, the new keyboard still feels amazing, and continues to offer quite forceful feedback for an island-style keyboard. But, the Razer Blade’s keyboard layout problem remains, with the ‘up’ arrow key sitting between the ‘Shift’ and ‘?’ keys. This makes typing out questions a pain, accidentally pressing the up arrow and adding a question mark to the line above where we are typing – all the time. We would definitely take smaller arrow keys if it led to a more sensible layout.

As for Razer’s trackpad, it feels similarly excellent, but again is still wracked by one tiny flaw: the tracking surface is a little too close to the laptop’s edge, which causes mild palm rejection issues when navigating the operating system. We haven’t noticed this issue while typing specifically on this year’s model, which is a plus, but for this much cash, the experience should be flawless.

Lastly, we’re glad to see Razer finally bring Windows Hello facial recognition to its Blade webcam array. Unfortunately, it’s not the fastest or most elegant implementation of the feature, being a little slower than other flagship laptops we’ve tested and blasting a garish red light in our faces while scanning.

Display

Razer nailed it all over again with the Razer Blade’s display … because it’s the same display as last year. This is no bad thing. With a matte coating that’s surprisingly effective at deflecting glare, this screen may only be 1080p, but it’s certainly making the most of it.

Much of this beauty comes through the screen’s 144Hz refresh rate, which smooths out the animations and motion by outpacing the frame rates that the GPU inside is capable of. This is the best scenario for Nvidia’s new ray tracing and deep learning supersampling (DLSS) techniques for rendering lighting in games, with dips in frame rate due to these intense features somewhat being buoyed by this refresh rate.

NEXT-GEN PERFORMANCE

Razer supports the full range of 20-series mobile GPUs, from the RTX 2060 on up to the RTX 2080 Max-Q. Alongside these powerful graphics cards is a new Intel processor, the six-core Core i7-9750H. It’s not a big jump up from last year’s 8750H. It does benefit from a higher base clock speed and a Turbo Boost frequency of up to 4.5GHz. Missing from Razer’s lineup is an implementation of the Core i9-9880H, a new eight-core Intel processor. This might have given the Razer Blade Pro more of a productivity boost over the 15-inch model.

But even without the Core i9, the more cooling the better. For thermals, Razer is using the familiar “vapor chamber” cooling system, which blankets this entire area of the motherboard in one massive heat sink. The system was introduced in the 2018 Razer Blade, keeping internal temperatures low given the size of the chassis. The Razer Blade Pro 17 is similar in thickness to that laptop, so we can expect similar results here. The 15-inch Razer Blade could feel hot on its external surface, so hopefully the Pro manages heat even better.

Can we expect better performance in games from the Blade Pro than from the Blade? Not necessarily, though you might see better internal and surface temperatures.

All versions of the Razer Blade Pro come with the 9750H, as well as 16GB of dual-channel RAM. Storage is stuck with a 512GB of NVMe SSD. That’s a change-up from the previous version, which allowed for up to 2TB and started at 256GB. Hopefully we’ll see Razer offer some other configurations, but at the launch date, it’s being kept simple. Fortunately, the SSD Razer includes will no doubt be fast, and you will have access to it for upgrades if you need some more capacity, maxing out at 2TB with the extra M.2 slot that comes empty. The same goes with the RAM, which can go up to 64GB.

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Here is the 2019 Razer Blade configuration sent to TechRadar for review:

CPU: 2.2GHz Intel Core i7-8750H (hexa-core, 9MB cache, up to 4.10GHz)
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 (8GB GDDR6; MaxQ); Intel UHD Graphics 630
RAM: 16GB DDR4 (2,667MHz)
Screen: 15.6-inch FHD matte (1,920 x 1,080, 144Hz, IPS, 100% sRGB)
Storage: 512GB SSD (NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4)
Ports: 1 x Thunderbolt 3; 3 x USB 3.1; 1 x mini DisplayPort 1.4; 1 x HDMI 2.0; headphone jack
Connectivity: Intel Wireless-AC 9560 (802.11ac); Bluetooth 5.0
Camera: HD webcam with Windows Hello (1MP, 720p)
Weight: 4.63 pounds (2.10kg)
Size: 13.98 x 9.25 x 0.70 inches (355 x 235 x 17.8mm; W x D x H)

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