Where can Apple win the battle with Android with its iPhone 11?

Where can Apple win the battle with Android with its iPhone 11?

Where can Apple win the battle with Android with its iPhone 11?

The new iPhone 11 are now ready for battle, tomorrow they appear at the Apple Campus in Cupertino and in case you wonder what is rumored around you, our iPadizate companions have already collected all their details before a keynote that this year is expected much more interesting than that of previous exercises.

And in fact, Apple is now playing against a much fiercer and prepared competitionWell, the truth is that the lack of important news to work on smartphone industry has gotten that the level rises in all sections in the most noble range of the Android platform.

In our podcast Connecting we analyzed the arrival of the new iPhone 11 a couple of days ago, but we didn't want to stay there and let's anticipate the keynote of presentation with an analysis of the features that Apple needs to implement now If you want to win the battle against a high-end Android that in many ways is already ahead.

Where can Apple win the battle with Android with its iPhone 11?

What do the new iPhone need to win the battle against Android?

Always On Display for your OLED screen

Now that there is no discussion about panel technology, which must be OLED, the Cupertino firm needs to take advantage of its greatest advantage by incorporating a native implementation of functionality Always On Display, option that is already almost a standard among the high-end Android.

For me an essential, as for many users, that surprised that Apple has not taken the iPhone at least since the adoption of OLED technology.

Where can Apple win the battle with Android with its iPhone 11?

Fingerprint reader on screen

Well, if the OLED adoption You should bring an AOD mode to the iPhone to have an hour, battery, notifications or musical control at a glance even with the screen off, the truth is that this technology is also precisely what makes it possible integrate a fingerprint reader under the panel that Android has already demonstrated a more than acceptable operation.

The high-end on the Google platform already implements it in its entirety, and in general they work well. They save space in the front but are in the most comfortable position, They are intuitive, and faster and more reliable than any face detection however much 3D mapping and infrared beams are used.

Where can Apple win the battle with Android with its iPhone 11?

48 megapixel sensors on an iPhone?

It is true that the figures do not denote quality and that uploading megapixels does not imply better photographs, but the truth is that staying at 12 MP when Sony has long since place almost any popular 48 MP Exmor RS It sounds almost strange on a smartphone that wants to be the reference.

We do not believe that Apple will adopt the 48 megapixels, but it is certainly a resetable point that can already be enjoyed on Android and where Apple could try to grow.

Where can Apple win the battle with Android with its iPhone 11?

Let's talk about batteries: more autonomous, USB-C, fast charging, …

Whether or not the iPhone 11 will be the first to adopt the standard USB Type-C we will know tomorrow, but the truth is that it will be great news for everyone who did, except of course for the pockets of an Apple that will lose the income from licenses of its conectr Lightning.