The iPhone 11 is the thirteenth generation of the iPhone, a smartphone designed, developed, and marketed by Apple Inc. It is available in three models: a standard version without a display notch and with an aluminum body; and two OLED models with Face ID. While it removes several former iPhone features including 3D Touch, Touch ID, Lightning connector and Home button, it otherwise shares many designs with the XR in favor of an updated glass back design and overall weight decrease.
It is a smartphone featuring a Liquid Retina display, TrueDepth camera array, FaceID and Animoji. It also features 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras with optical image stabilization, Portrait mode and Portrait Lighting, 3D touch feedback and True Depth sensors for FaceTime HD Camera Face ID with Apple’s new Smartest Selfie Display with the Retina Display Video Features Augmented Reality Filter Depth Control Face Readability, High Dynamic Range Image Stabilization Night Sight Low Light Shot HDR+ Video True Tone Display, wide Viewing Angle (60% more color gamut than standard display).
iPhone 11 Price in Nepal
|Model Name||Price in Nepal|
|iPhone 11 (64 GB)||Rs. 76,990|
|iPhone 11 (128 GB)||Rs. 84,990|
|iPhone 11 (256 GB)||Out of Stock|
iPhone 11- Box Includes
When you unlock your brand-new iPhone 11, you’ll see what is described below:
- iPhone 11
- EarPods with Lightning connector
- Lightning to USB cable
- 5-watt power adapter
iPhone 11 Specification
|Price in Nepal:||Rs. 76,990 for 64GB|
|Launched in Nepal:||Yes|
|Dimensions (mm):||150.90 x 75.70 x 8.30|
|Battery capacity (mAh):||3110|
|Colours:||Black, White, Yellow Green, Purple, Red|
iPhone 11 Overview
The iPhone 11 carries on the iPhone XR’s history of large storage capacity. The base model has 64 GB of storage; upgrades to 128 GB and 256 GB are available. Like all other iPhones, this model does not accept microSD card expansion for more capacity. However, users may utilize the lightning connector to add more storage by connecting a flash drive, such as the SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive.
- Storage available: 64 GB, 128 GB, or 256 GB
- Expandable storage: no
The aluminum frame from the current iPhone XR is still there in the 11, but it is now entirely recycled. Like last year, Apple says the phone’s front and back are made of the “strongest glass ever.” The iPhone 11 can wirelessly charge using the Qi standard thanks to the back glass.
The 11 does, however, remove the “iPhone” text branding that is present on the rear of every iPhone, replacing it with the Apple logo. It has a sleek appearance and possibly balances out the enormous camera bulge on the rear (more on that later).
The iPhone 11 has the same variety of colors as the XR. However, Apple substitutes green and purple with two hues this year: blue and coral. Even while we’re sorry to see those hues leave, we understand that Apple needs to set its new colorful iPhone line apart from the one from the previous year.
The iPhone 11 upholds Apple’s commitment to creating environmentally responsible products by using arsenic-free display glass, a mercury-free screen, brominated flame retardants, PVC, beryllium, and recyclable, low-carbon aluminum.
- Frame: 100% recycled aluminum (7000 series)
- Back: one piece of glass with a glossy finish
- Finish: black, white, yellow, green, lavender, and (PRODUCT)RED
Even in terms of weight, the iPhone 11 is the same size as its predecessor.
The 11 Pro Max and 11 Pro are both IP68-rated for protection to water and dust. This indicates that the iPhone 11 is water- and dust-resistant and can be immersed in water for up to 30 minutes at a maximum depth of two meters. Although it isn’t “waterproofing,” but merely water-resistance, technically speaking, it should relieve your concerns when spending the day at the lake.
- Height: 5.94 inches
- Width: 2.98 inches
- Depth: 0.33 inches
- Weight: 6.84 ounces
- Dust/water resistance: IP68 under IEC standard 60529
- Mobile network operators: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon
Apple has maintained the same environmental operating criteria as the iPhone 7 models for the iPhone 11.
- Operating temp: 32° to 95° F
- Non Operating temp: -4° to 113° F
- Relative humidity: 5–95% non condensing
- Operating altitude: up to 10,000 feet (likely more)
The classic 6.1-inch screen and 79 percent screen-to-body ratio are retained for the iPhone 11 display, keeping it the same size as the XR. Given that the “mid-sized” screen is a reasonable compromise between the smaller 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, this will undoubtedly go down well with XR enthusiasts.
Sadly, the iPhone 11 still uses an LCD, which is bad news for OLED enthusiasts. The resolution from the XR is also maintained. Fans of the XR can verify that the Liquid Retina display of the XR holds its own, despite pixel-peepers wondering why an iPhone in 2019 only has a pixel density of 326 ppi. Additionally, the maximum brightness is 625 nits.
Depending on the ambient lighting, the iPhone 11 display still supports True Tone for an enhanced color temperature. We’ll probably have to wait till we get our hands on the iPhone 11 to evaluate color temperature as it varies from phone to phone. It has a typical 60 Hz display, as was predicted.
You can watch HDR material on YouTube and Netflix thanks to Dolby Vision. The iPhone 11’s screen also features a 1400:1 contrast ratio, a 1400:1 oleophobic coating to prevent fingerprints, and a broad color display using the P3 color gamut.
Akin to the iPhone XR from a year ago, the iPhone 11 does away with 3D Touch in favor of the brand-new Haptic Touch feature, which provides functionality similar to 3D touch (performed with a long press) but without the same pressure-sensitive detection. The “Pro” versions have also switched from 3D Touch to Haptic Touch, thus these less expensive iPhone models are no longer anomalies.
- Screen size: 6.1 inches
- Screen resolution: 1792 x 828 pixels
- Pixel density: 326 ppi
- Screen type: Liquid Retina LCD
- Notch: yes
- Screen-to-body ratio: 79%
- Aspect ratio: 19.5:9
- Minimum brightness: Around 2–6 nits
- Maximum brightness: 625 nits
- Refresh rate: 60 Hz (120 Hz for touch-sensing)
- Color temperature: currently unknown
- 3D Touch: no
- Haptic Touch: yes
The A13 Bionic processor is present in the iPhone 11, as well as the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. The A13 Bionic, according to Apple, has the third-generation Neural Engine, which is better at doing machine learning, and the most powerful CPU and GPU ever found in a smartphone. Apple also asserts that the processor offers longer battery life because of improvements in efficiency and the SoC’s ability to use just the power it requires.
GSMArena reports that Apple equipped the iPhone 11 with 4 GM of RAM. Given that the iPhone XS and XS Max, which both included two cameras, had the same RAM, this makes logical.
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Processor: Apple A13 Bionic
- Chip size: 7 nanometer
- Coprocessor: Third-generation Neural Engine (eight cores)
- CPU frequency: currently unknown
- CPU cores: six cores
- GPU: Apple-designed (unknown model)
- GPU cores: Four cores
According to Apple, the iPhone 11 has an hour more battery life than the iPhone XR. GSMArena estimates the battery’s capacity as 3110 mAh, however Apple’s official spec sheet does not make that claim. There are several fascinating statistics provided by Apple, including the following: up to 17 hours of movie playing, 10 hours of streaming video playback, 65 hours of audio playback, and up to a 50% charge in 30 minutes with an 18W adapter (not included in the box for the iPhone 11). Additionally, it enables 7.5 watts of Qi charging.
- Battery: rechargeable lithium-ion
- Capacity: 3110 mAh
- Wireless charging: yes, Qi standard (7.5 W)
- Charging port: Lightning
- Wired charging: yes, USB PD (18 W)
Apple doesn’t go into detail regarding this year’s Face ID updates, but they are present. All we can say with certainty is that Face ID is now “faster” and “easier to use,” but more crucially, it functions from a variety of angles.
Until we test it out, we won’t know for sure, but we’re hopeful it implies Face ID now allows unlocking your iPhone while it’s flat on a table. The iPhone 11’s promotional trailer seems to suggest that this is feasible:
A significant improvement over the 7 MP sensors in prior iPhones is the new front-facing camera’s 12 MP lens. Slo-mo selfies, or “slofies” as Apple calls them, are also included. Slofies are feasible because the front camera can film in slo-mo at 120 frames per second. This is the first time the front cameras have had the opportunity to capture any footage in slow motion as the iPhone’s back cameras have long maintained “slo-mo” as an exclusive function.
- Resolution (Photos): 12 MP
- Resolution (Videos): 1080p and 4K
- Max frame rate: 60 fps for 1080p and 4K
- Slow motion: yes, 1080p at 120 fps
- Aperture: ƒ/2.2
- Zoom: currently unknown
- Flash: screen-based
- Image stabilization: likely software-based
- RAW support: no
- Object detection: bodies, faces, winks, tongues
Rear Camera (Photos)
The iPhone XR only has a single, excellent camera lens, but the 11 updates the camera to include two lenses. Although this would bring the number of lenses in line with the top-tier iPhones from a year ago, the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro Max have three lenses.
Except for the third zoom lens, Apple incorporates the same lenses in the iPhone 11 as it does in the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. The resolution of these two cameras—one broad and one ultra-wide—is 12 MP. You get a 0.5x zoom optical zoom out and a 2x zoom digital zoom. There is optical picture stabilization only on the wide lens.
Images show that the iPhone 11’s cameras are located on the back of the device in a sizable “box.” In contrast to earlier all-black iPhone camera bumps, this box is the same color as the iPhone overall. This compartment also houses the rear mic and the brighter quad-LED flash.
We don’t think you need be concerned about Portrait Mode quality even if the 11 is one lens short of the 11 Pro. Given how well Portrait Mode performs on the XR’s single lens, we are sure that Apple will build on this success this year with stereoscopic cameras.
Apple made a big deal about Night Mode, a first for iPhones. The iPhone 11 uses “adaptive bracketing” to intelligently pull together a great photo in a dark environment. Night Mode kicks on automatically, thanks to a new Wide camera sensor and the A13 Bionic chip, taking multiple photos at once to create one, great shot.
- Resolution: 12 MP + 12 MP
- Aperture: ƒ/1.8 + ƒ/2.4
- Zoom: 2x out (0.5x zoom), 5x digital
- Flash: Quad-LED True Tone flash with Slow Sync
- Image stabilization: optical (wide camera only)
- RAW support: yes
- Lens cover: sapphire crystal
- Object detection: bodies, faces
- Formats: HEIF, JPEG, RAW
- HDR: Smart HDR
Rear Camera (Videos)
The footage from the iPhone 11’s back camera appears to be only a small improvement over those from the previous year. Having said that, “QuickTake” is a fantastic new function that enables you to record a video simply by pushing and holding the shutter button while in photo mode.
- Resolution: 720p, 1080p and 4K
- Max frame rate: 30 fps for 720; 60 fps for 1080p and 4K
- Slow motion: yes, 1080p at 120 or 240 fps
- Time-lapse: yes, with stabilization
- Photos: 8 MP stills while recording 4K
- Zoom: 3x optical, 6x digital
- Flash: Quad-LED True Tone flash
- Image stabilization: optical (wide lens only)
- Lens cover: sapphire crystal
- Object detection: bodies, faces
- Audio: stereo sound
- Formats: H.264, H.65 (HEVC)
The addition of “Spatial Sonic” to all three 2019 iPhones is the largest audio upgrade. On your iPhone, this innovative technology replicates surround sound. Before determining how much of an enhancement this is, we must first hear it for ourselves.
- 3.5 mm headphone jack: no
- Stereo speakers: yes
- Mics: three total (on rear, front, and bottom)
- Max speaker volume: unknown
Don’t anticipate too many changes in the sensor field. According to what Apple has revealed, the iPhone 11 will include the same sensors as last year’s models.
- Sensors: GPS, barometer, accelerometer, three-axis gyroscope, proximity sensor, barometer, digital compass
Wi-Fi 6 is included with every iPhone 11. Having a router that is compatible with Wi-Fi 5 will help extend the life of your device because it produces higher speeds while using less energy.
Sadly, the iPhone 11 does not support 5G. If a 5G iPhone is a “must-have,” you might want to wait until 2020, according to rumors. Like the XR, Bluetooth 5 and NFC will also be included on the iPhone 11.
A 2×2 MIMO (multiple-input, multiple-out) antenna is included in the iPhone 11. We anticipated Apple will innovate further in this area because a research report from Barclays predicted the iPhone 11 would include 4×4 MIMO. The 11 would have four antennas instead of the current device’s two, resulting in faster communication.
Additionally, the Lightning port is here to stay. Although USB-C would be ideal for the iPhone, Apple decided to stick with Lightning for all three new models this year.
- Wi-Fi: 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6)
- Bluetooth: 5
- NFC: yes
- Cellular: dual Nano-SIM card tray, Gigabit-class LTE
- Port: Lightning
- Other: iBeacon microlocation, AirPlay, AirDrop
Face ID, a strong security feature enabled by the TrueDepth camera, is once again a feature of the iPhone 11. As mentioned above, Apple enhanced Face ID this year by adding capability for scanning from various angles. Take these revisions what you will, as it hasn’t updated its “one-in-a-million” failure rate. Face ID will keep your Apple Pay and Apple Pay Cash transactions secure.
The iPhone 11 will also include USB limited mode, which will prevent unauthorized devices from connecting to your iPhone wirelessly and obtaining your personal data. When you connect your iPhone to a computer, you must enter a passcode to authorize access.
- Security: Face ID and USB restricted mode
iOS 13 is preloaded on the iPhone 11 out of the box. You’ll need to wait till jailbreakers find out how to hack iOS 13 if you’re considering jailbreaking your iPhone 11.
- Software: iOS 13
FaceTime video calls via Wi-Fi or cellular networks, FaceTime audio calls, voice over LTE (VoLTE), Wi-Fi calling, and complete Siri compatibility are all built-in capabilities. There are also several language choices, a QuickType keyboard, Siri, dictation, dictionaries, and spell checking.
AAC-LC, HE-AAC, HE-AAC v2, Protected AAC, MP3, Linear PCM, Apple Lossless, FLAC, Dolby Digital (AC-3), Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC-3), Dolby Atmos, and Audible (formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced Audio, AAX, and AAX+) files are among the audio formats that are supported. High Dynamic Range with Dolby Vision and HDR10 material are supported, as well as video playback in HEVC, H.264, MPEG-4 Part 2, and Motion JPEG formats.
Frequently Asked Question
What is the Nepali price of iPhone 11?
The price of iPhone 11 (64 GB) is Rs. 76990 and the price of iPhone 11 (128 GB) is Rs. 84,990.
Is it worth getting an iPhone 11 in 2022?
The iPhone 11 is over 3 years old, but it still has the latest and most powerful processor. The A13 Bionic chip powers the device and has been succeeded by newer models, but this doesn’t make it any less impressive than you would expect from a flagship release.so its still worth buying iphone 11 in 2022.