iPhone 11 Price In Nepal
|Model||iphone 11 Price In Nepal||iphone 11 Price In india|
|iPhone 11||Rs. 86,400 +VAT||Rs. 54,000|
|iPhone 11 Pro||Rs. 115,200 +VAT||Rs. 72,000|
|iPhone 11 Pro Max||Rs. 126,400 +VAT||Rs. 79,000|
The iPhone 11 trio will debut on the September 10 with some notable camera upgrades and refined design. Prior to the launch, the key specifications of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max have surfaced online. Moreover, the pricing of the base variants of all three models in Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup has also been leaked. Additionally, it has also been tipped that pre-orders of the iPhone 11 trio will kick off on September 13, and their retail store availability is set to begin on September 20. To recall, Apple is hosting a press event on September 10 to announce the 2019 iPhone series.
iPhone 11 Basic specifications
Display 6.1-inch (828 x 1,792)
ProcessorApple XR Processer
Front Camera 12MP
Rear Camera 12MP + 12MP
Storage 64 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB
Release Date September 2019
Apple iPhone 11 Full Specifications
|Release date||September 2019|
|Launched in India||Yes|
|Dimensions (mm)||138.30 x 67.10 x 7.10|
|Battery capacity (mAh)||3190|
|Colours||Red, Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, Black, Jet Black|
|Screen size (inches)||6.1|
|Resolution||828 x 1,792 pixels|
|Pixels per inch (PPI)||326|
|Processor make||Apple A10 Fusion|
|Internal storage||64GB, 256GB, 512GB|
|Rear camera||12-megapixel (f/1.8)|
|Rear autofocus||Phase detection autofocus|
|Rear flash||Dual LED|
|Operating system||iOS 10|
|Wi-Fi standards supported||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac|
|Bluetooth||Yes, v 4.20|
|Number of SIMs||1|
|Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)||No|
|Supports 4G in Nepal (Band 40)||Yes|
|Ambient light sensor||Yes|
iPhone 11 specifications, price (leaked)
The leak, which comes courtesy of a MyDrivers report, states that the iPhone 11 will feature a 6.1-inch LCD display with a resolution of 828 x 1,792 pixels and a pixel density of 326ppi. The iPhone 11, which is touted to be the iPhone XR successor, will miss out on 3D Touch and won’t have Apple Pencil support either. The phone will be powered by Apple’s in-house A13 SoC paired with 4GB of RAM and will come in three storage variants – 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB.
iPhone 11 will reportedly feature a glass build and will come in two new colour options that are yet to be seen on an iPhone – purple and green. The phone is tipped to feature a 12-megapixel front camera and dual 12-megapixel rear cameras. It will offer Face ID for authentication and will rely on Wi-Fi 6 for wireless connectivity. The cheapest phone of the iPhone 11 trio will pack a 3,110mAh battery with support for reverse wireless charging and is tipped to carry a starting price of $749 (roughly Rs. 86,000)
iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max specifications, price (leaked)
The iPhone 11 Pro, which succeeds the iPhone XS₹ 98,099, is tipped to pack a 5.8-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1,125 x 2,436 pixels, resulting in a pixel density of 458ppi. The iPhone XS Max’s successor, tipped to be launched as iPhone 11 Pro Max, will reportedly feature a 6.5-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1,242 x 2,688 pixels and a pixel density of 458ppi. The iPhone 11 Pro duo will draw power from the A13 chip ticking alongside 4GB of RAM, and will be launched in three identical storage variants – 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.
Both the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will miss out on 3D Touch, but unlike the iPhone 11, they will come with Apple Pencil support. The two iPhone 11 Pro siblings will feature a 12-megapixel selfie camera accompanied by Face ID hardware, and triple 12-megapixel sensors on the back, something that has been tipped by case-based renders as well. The iPhone 11 Pro is tipped to pack a 3,190mAh battery, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max will come equipped with a 3,500mAh battery. Reverse wireless charging and Wi-Fi 6 support are a mainstay on both the phones.
Talking about expected pricing, the iPhone 11 Pro is tipped to start at $999 (roughly Rs. 115,000), while the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s base model will reportedly start at $1,099 (roughly Rs. 126,000). But unlike the glossy finish on the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro duo might flaunt a frosted glass finish akin to the Pixel 3. All three iPhone 11 series devices will feature a USB Type-C port and will come bundled with an 18W USB Type-C adapter. A new Taptic Engine, which is expected to replace the 3D Touch feature, might debut on Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup as well.
iPhone 11 pre-order dates, release date (leaked)
As per a MacRumors report, which cites information received from a tipster working at a major carrier, the iPhone 11 series will go up for pre-order all at once on September 13 following their launch on September 10. The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max are tipped to hit the shelves on September 20. The leaked release date aligns with a previous report that also predicted a September 20 market availability timeline for the iPhone 11 trio.
iPhone 11 Video
iPhone 11 Series Branding Tipped in Allegedly Leaked Apple Document
Apple is all set to unveil its 2019 iPhone lineup on September 10, with three new models set to be in the pipeline. While the naming convention of the upcoming iPhones is yet to be officially confirmed, a supposedly leaked Apple document name drops the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max monikers. The internal document also mentions the release schedule of iOS 13 and iPadOS for compatible devices. Interestingly, there is also mention of Apple Watch Series 5 and two new iPad models that are set to go official later this year.
The leaked Apple document, which is titled “Apple Software Development Resource”, was supposedly created for the company’s Development Engineering Team and retail employees. As per the document, iPhone 11 (N104), iPhone 11 Pro (D42), and iPhone 11 Pro Max (D43) will ship with iOS 13.1. All older models dating back to the iPhone 6S will reportedly receive the iOS 13 update in October. iOS 12.4.1 is tipped to be the final software build for the iPhone 6, and they will be removed from the update development programme on September 30.
Moreover, the document also mentions that Apple will release two new iPad tablets with the model numbers A2068 and A2198 that will run iPadOS 13.0 upon release in October. Older models compatible with iPadOS such as the iPad Air 2, iPad Pro, and iPad mini 5 will receive the iPadOS 13 update in October, while the iPadOS 13.0.1 beta testing will begin following their launch. Also, iOS 12.4 will be the last iOS version for the older iPad models that are not compatible with iPadOS, and they will be un-signed from the development program on September 30. The leaked Apple document was first spotted by @AppleBeta2019.
Also, Apple is expected to lift the covers from the Apple Watch Series 5 later this month and it will include four variants with the model numbers A2156, A2157, A2092, and A2093. The aforementioned Apple Watch Series 5 models will run watchOS 6 upon launch, while the older models will get the watchOS 6 update after September 23. Beta testing for the watchOS 6.1 is set to kick off following the launch of Apple Watch Series 5.
Additionally, macOS 10.15 and tvOS 13 are also expected to release in later this month. Incremental security updates for iOS, macOS, watchOS, and iPadOS will be released in October, while the stable rollout of iOS 13.1 is also expected to kick off later that month. Lastly, iOS 13.2 beta will make its way to compatible iPhone models in November.
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max Leaked in Case Renders; Hands-On Video of Dummy Unit Tips Design Details
iPhone 11 series of phones are expected to launch in a few weeks, and now a new hands-on video of dummy iPhone units has surfaced on YouTube, hinting at key design details along with the triple camera setup placement at the back of the iPhone 11 Pro. To corroborate the design claims in the video, case renders have now been leaked on a case-selling website as well. Separately, a fresh report also suggests that Apple has reduced the production cost of the iPhone models by a considerable margin, and this will help offset the newly introduced 10 percent tariff cost.
Starting off with the hands-on, ConceptsiPhone has now published a new hands-on video of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro ahead of their official launches. The video has dummy units of the two phones, and they are seen to sport a wide notch up front, metal frames, glass back, and the Apple logo sitting in the rear centre. As for the cameras, the iPhone 11 is seen to sport a dual rear camera setup, while the iPhone 11 Pro is seen to sport triple rear cameras at the back inside a square shaped protective module. You can watch the video below.
Separately, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max cases have now been listed on retail site Totalleecase.com, and it is even selling them before the launch of the phones. The design seen in these case renders are quite similar to the hands-on video. The case renders suggest that the phones may come in White colour option, while the hands-on video suggests that the Rose Gold option will be launched alongside as well. The case renders can be seen above.
In a new JP Morgan investor note obtained by AppleInsider, Apple seems to be adjusting the impact of the newly introduced 10 percent tariff cost on electronics by reducing its production cost this year. The report says that the “bill of materials has been reduced by between $30 and $50 per 2019 iPhone, which will enable Apple to absorb a large portion of the tariffs without affecting its US retail prices.” This will help Apple in keeping the pricing consistent, and not increase it further. This is important because last year’s prices were thought to be exorbitant, and could’ve been a contributor to the slowdown in sales.
“Apple has a silver lining from the decline in memory prices, which will likely offset a large portion of tariffs,” JP Morgan believes. While the tariffs are only implied in the US, other regions also stand to benefit from the low production cost.
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max Names Tipped by Case Maker
Going by Apple’s annual rituals, the new iPhone range is expected to break cover in September. For the third time in a row, Apple is said to launch three iPhones. Recent reports however tipped that all three of the latest iPhone models will go on sale in the same month as their launch dropping the strategy Apple used in the past. Recent leaks tip that case makers are currently expecting the new iPhones to be called iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max, matching what an earlier leak had implied.
According to ESR, which sells Apple iPhone cases on Amazon as well as other outlets, the new smartphones will be called iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Max. The names were spotted in the ESR stock list for the upcoming iPhone which included leather cases, and glass screen protectors carrying the iPhone 11 nomenclature. This list was first reported by iPhonesoft.fr. The upcoming iPhone models are expected to have support for reverse wireless charging, as per the ESR leak, matching an earlier report by noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
The ESR product list hints that the iPhone 11 which is expected to be the successor to the iPhone XR will sport a 6.1-inch LCD display and have two rear cameras. The iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max tipped to be the successor of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max sports 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch displays respectively. These smartphones are also tipped to have a square camera bump which houses a triple camera module.
A recent report citing Wedbush Analyst Dan Ives did mention that the upcoming iPhones will be released simultaneously, and would be called the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro duo. Earlier this month, SoftBank President Ken Miyauchi tipped that the new iPhone models will go on sale on September 20th and that the launch is scheduled for September 10th. We can expect the next-gen iPhone to be powered by the A13 chip, the successor to Apple’s A12 Bionic chipset. With only a few weeks to the expected launch, we won’t have to wait long to find out more.
iPhone 11 to Sport Reverse Wireless Charging, AirPower to Launch ‘Late March’: Reports
New report suggests that Apple’s next-gen flagship iPhone 11 will support reverse wireless charging, which means users will be able to charge their Apple Watch and AirPods cases on the new phone, without the need of a cable. The report also says that the iPhone 11 will come bundled with a new 18W USB charger that ships with the iPad Pro currently, to enable faster charging than before. Separately, the delayed AirPower now gets a new launch timeline, and a fresh report suggests that it may launch as early as sometime in ‘late March’.
Talking about the iPhone 11 first, Macotakara reports that the next-gen iPhone will come with reverse wireless charging feature. The report states that Apple will use the same Wireless PowerShare technology that is used in the Samsung Galaxy S10. It will allow the Apple Watch and even the AirPods case to charge on the iPhone back panel.
In addition, the report states that the next iPhone will continue to adopt the Lightning connector, but the charging cable will be changed to the USB Type-C to Lightning cable. Furthermore, the bundled power adapter may be changed to the Apple 18W USB-C power adapter that currently ships with the iPad Pro. The report states that all of this will enable the new iPhones to charge more quickly.
Separately, a DigiTimes report suggests that the long-awaited AirPower wireless charging mat will release in ‘late March’. Considering that we are already in late March, the launch should be imminent, if the report holds any legitimate weight. The report cites sources to state that ‘Apple’s AirPower wireless charger for iPhones, Apple Watch and AirPods is set to be officially launched in late March.’
Apple has a scheduled event for March 25, and while announcement related to streaming services are largely expected, the AirPower could also be introduced alongside. Just a day ago, the AirPower wireless charging mat spotted in fresh images on Apple’s Australia website, lending more weight to its launch this Monday.