The latest Apple iPhone's have arrived, offering you various model variants with regards to features, colour, screen size and storage capacity. The best news? The iPhone 11 provides the opportunity for you to get your hands on an Apple flagship device, without the £1,000 price tag, with prices starting from £729.
Though the same cannot be said for the Pro and Pro Max variations, these models do sport a textured matt glass and stainless steel design - never seen before in the history of iPhone's. Not to mention, a Super Retina XDR display and Triple 12MP ulta-wide camera!
The best cameras on an iPhone yet
Perhaps in a bid to keep up with the likes of Samsung and Huawei, Apple has made some serious improvements to camera quality. The iPhone 11 features sharp 4K video recording and an all-new dual-camera system. This means you can take your photos from wide to ultra-wide.
A redesigned interface uses the new Ultra Wide camera to show you what’s happening outside the frame — and lets you capture it, so you can finally get everybody in the photo.
The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, on the other hand, sport Triple 12MP Ultra Wide, Wide and Telephoto cameras, allowing for some impressive shots. This means you can reap the benefits of three individual cameras, from one device. From wide and ultra-wide shots, to captured zoomed images without losing any detail, thanks to the telephoto camera.
All models are equipped with Apple's new 'Night mode' which turns on automatically for low‑light photos, allowing you to skip the manual flash, while taking advantage of more natural colours and brighter photos.
Power for longer
The battery life has been improved in each model. The iPhone 11 Pro lasts up to 4 hours longer than iPhone XS, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max lasts up to 5 hours longer than iPhone XS Max and the iPhone 11 lasts up to 1 hour longer than iPhone XR. Offering an improvement whichever model you currently possess.
A matter of display, a difference in design
The iPhone 11 features an advanced Liquid Retina HD 6.1" LCD display, which allows for true-to-life colours and brightness all the way into the corners. The Super Retina XDR display featured on the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, however, is the sharpest display offered by Apple to date. It's brighter in sunlight and perfect for HDR films, with true blacks and enhanced detail.
The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are available in Silver, space grey, gold and midnight green, while the iPhone 11 offers more variety with Black, white, purple, green, yellow and '(PRODUCT)red'.
When it comes to materials and finishes, the iPhone 11 sports the toughest glass in a smartphone, front and back. Paired with strong, durable, aerospace‑grade aluminium. The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max also feature the same tough glass, but finish with a polished, surgical-grade stainless steel and water-resistance up to 4 metres, double the depth offered by the iPhone 11.
Which iPhone is best for me?
Aesthetically and beneath the surface, the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max top the iPhone 11 every time. But the iPhone 11 does provide the upgrades needed to improve your everyday experience with your Apple iPhone. With a reduced price from the flagship release last year, it seems the iPhone 11 is a fantastic upgrade option for those with the iPhone 8 and earlier models, but perhaps doesn't offer large enough improvements for those with later models.
For the user who wants it all, the iPhone 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max remain the device of choice.
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