While on the surface, the differences between the iPhone XR and the iPhone X, XS, and XS Max seemed superficial, like LCD versus OLED, single-camera versus dual-cameras, and so on, there were differences in its software as well. For example, when it comes to taking photos of objects or pets in Portrait Mode, the iPhone XR fell short.

However, as noted by MacRumors, it seems that Apple has made some upgrades with the iPhone 11 where it will now be capable of detecting objects and pets in Portrait Mode. The description of the iPhone 11’s page reads, “With new kinds of portraits and more lighting controls, the dual cameras in iPhone 11 work together to create stunning images. And Portrait mode now works with everything you love to shoot — that includes your best friends, two‑legged or four.”

Apple has made quite a bit of improvements to the iPhone 11 over the iPhone XR. For starters, it has been upgraded to a dual camera system versus the single camera on the iPhone XR. This puts it on par with last year’s flagship iPhone XS and XS Max models, but it will also come with a cheaper price tag of $699 instead of $749.

The iPhone XR has proven to be quite a hit amongst consumers and we expect that with these improvements and the lower price tag, the iPhone 11 will be just as popular, if not more so.

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