This article is a work in progress, having told several people here in Prague that I'll publish full resolution of my iPhone photos as soon as possible, as the blurring that Twitter does really doesn't show what phones are capable of these days.
I had promised to share full resolution images of some of my recent iPhone 11 Pro Max photos, and figured I'd put some older phone pictures in as well, for comparison.
Back on September 19th, I tweeted about iOS 13, which kicked off a long string of replies with sample teaser pics I had taken with my iPhone 11 Pro Max. But Twitter lowers the resolution of everything you share there.
The below hi-resolutioin gallery aren't necessarily my best photos, they're just representative samples of what is possible with new low-light capabilities and those new 0.5X, 1.0X, and 2.0X lenses. I've been waiting for a high quality wide-angle lens in my pocket for about a decade now, and I'm so glad the technology is finally here.
After 6 successful years testing and shipping well over 1,000 Xeon D Bundles, Wiredzone had to stop selling them in mid-2021 due to cost, supply, and logistics challenges. So far, Xeon D-1700/2700 (Ice Lake D) solutions are looking very promising for 2022, and I'm glad Pat Gelsinger is at Intel's helm. AMD's successor to 2018's AMD EPYC Embedded 3000 Series seems too far off.