I’m not the only one who wonders why Apple seems to hold back on obvious advanced features. Ed Hardy:
There’s a lot to like in the new iPhone 11 series, but there are reasons to be disappointed, too. Some features that should be a part of any handset released in 2019 are missing, and a few rumored improvements didn’t appear.
- No USB-C – iPad Pro and Mac; for years already
- No Face ID in Landscape – iPad Pro has it
- No Bokeh Mode for Videos – saved for 3rd party apps?
- No Reverse Wireless Charging – much ado about not much