Apple Inc. AAPL, +0.18% announced the iPhone 11 at its annual fall event on Tuesday, highlighting new color options and camera features, as well as a $699 starting price. The phone’s two rear cameras will support night mode in low lighting as well as ultra-wide shots. Apple also highlighted the ability to take slow-motion selfies on the iPhone 11, with an advertisement dubbing the shots “slofies.” The device will be available in purple, green, white, red, black and yellow. The 11 will have an hour more battery life than the current iPhone XR does, and it will also have a lower starting price, as the iPhone XR began at $749. Apple shares are near flat in Tuesday trading, giving back most of their gains from earlier in the session. The stock has gained 36% so far this year, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.10% has risen 15%.