Apple revealed the iPhone 11 Pro earlier this week and it’s definitely no slouch. For starters, it features a Super Retina XDR display, a powerful A13 Bionic chip, and of course, a new triple-camera system, but just how durable is the handset? The company has just released a new video showing just that by placing at least one of its handsets in a wind tunnel and then throwing various items at it, including French bread.
If you missed the announcement, the iPhone 11 Pro comes in four different colors, including a new midnight green, and the demo units will arrive in stores on Friday, September 20. With that out of the way, Apple claims this new handset boasts the toughest glass ever in a smartphone, all the while having an IP68 water resistance rating, which means it can be submerged in 4 meters of water for up to 30 minutes.
On a related note, its triple-camera system sports a new Ultra Wide, Wide and Telephoto camera sensors that have all been deeply integrated into iOS to create a pro-level camera experience that anyone can use. Each sensor in the triple-camera system is capable of recording brilliant 4K footage with extended dynamic range and cinematic video stabilization. In the upcoming iOS 13 update, powerful video editing tools enable users to easily rotate, crop, increase exposure and even apply filters.