This week the new iPhone and its versions: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max were presented in California. These new devices include several new technical and functional features, but conversely, lack some that several of its competitors do.
Apple had already warned that its latest model would not support 5G technology. It is an available feature in phones like the LG V50 ThinQ, the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G and the Samsung Galaxy Fold.
Support for Apple Pencil
Although rumored otherwise, the new iPhone models do not include support for the company’s stylus. It is compatible with the iPhone 11 Pro Max, but without the software enhancements of the Apple Pencil. Instead, it works on the iPad and iPad Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
It’s an old fault, because Apple ignores it year after year. Virtually all Android phones, with the exception of the Pixel 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Fold, have the possibility to introduce a MicroSD card, but Apple has never contemplated it.
Reverse wireless charging
Two-way or reverse wireless charging means you can not only charge your phone with a wireless charging platform, but also charge another phone by stacking it on top of your phone. The new iPhone doesn’t come with that feature, the Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Huawei P30 Pro got it.