The Biggest Features That Didn't Make It Into the iPhone 11 (And Which Other Phones Already Have Them)

Posted on: Wed, 2019-09-11 - 22:01 By: admin

Apple just announced the next wave of iPhones, the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. There are a ton of new and interesting features across the three phones, most of which revolve around their fancy, gigantic new cameras. While there’s plenty to be excited about, it seems that Apple left a couple of ideas on the cutting room floor. Some features rumoured to be coming to the new iPhone 11 didn’t end up in the final product, including two-way wireless charging, something that’s already available in some of its competitors.

As a rule, it seems like there are always at least a couple of features that come to Android phones before Apple decides to commit. Here are some of the features you may miss out on if you pick up an iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro, and what phones currently have them.

Apple does what they do well and usually in a stable way (haven't forgotten about the recent Macbook keyboard issues) but they are not known for groundbreaking innovation. The market they aim at though is slightly different from Android's market and actually, they complement each other in their offerings with enough middle ground between them to allow users to collaborate. Apple promotes stable, reduces choices, designs well, whilst Android is a bit rougher, is a bit more bleeding edge, and gives so much freedom of choice that users don't often know all the options they have.

See https://lifehacker.com/the-biggest-features-that-didnt-make-it-into-the-iphone-1838022473

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Apple just announced the next wave of iPhones, the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. There are a ton of new and interesting features across the three phones, most of which revolve around their fancy, gigantic new cameras. While there’s plenty to be excited about, it seems that Apple left a couple of ideas on the cutting room floor. Some features rumored to be coming to the new iPhone 11 didn’t end up in the final product, including two-way wireless charging, something that’s already available in some of its competitors.

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