The best iPhone this year is the iPhone 11 Pro, but mostly because it has a full package of slightly better antennas, a better battery, a better OLED display, which added a telephoto camera and an 18W charger in the box. (This charger should have been included in the iPhone 11.) But in most cases, except for this camera, I'm not sure I'll need one. I felt the same way last year when I compared the iPhone XR to the iPhone XS.
After trying both Pro phones for a week, here are my thoughts.
What is the price and the size?
Switching with a 5.8- or 6.5-inch 11 Pro is for screen size only, with the larger Max model also having more pixels for anyone who needs the phone as a good photo monitor and video. The larger Pro Max should also have an extra hour of battery life, but keep an eye out for battery tests. The raise costs an extra $ 100. I prefer the 5.8-inch for my pocket and easier to use with one hand, but the phablets have their fans.
Apple launches once again with an entry level of 64 GB, which costs $ 999 or $ 1,099 for Pro Max (see the table below for prices in the UK and Australia). This is too little storage for most professional users if you imagine this as a 4K camcorder. Then you jump up to 256GB for $ 1,149, or $ 1,249, which is the likely choice for anyone who shoots a lot of video. The 512GB, $ 1349, or $ 1449 order is strictly for someone who uses this thing to shoot 4K food movies.
Colors this year? They are all industrial metal shades. I like the green-gray kind ofbut I'm a normal cosmic gray person. The frosted glass back is an enhancement from the overly glossy back of the standard iPhone 11, aesthetically pleasing. But it still slides too easily. Most of you will also be suing a device that you spend so much money on.
The Camera Camera Matters
You can read all about the Ultra Wide Camera and other benefits of the iPhone 11 series in my full. The same principles apply here. I use a 2x optical zoom for the phone, just like I did for all those years that was on the iPhone 7 Plus and 8 Plus and the iPhone X and iPhone XS. It helps to get a small optical zoom as it results in higher quality pictures than a digital zoom.
The camera has added Night mode and the same video quality benefits as the wide camera. Both can be used interchangeably. The ultra-wide camera has its own unique features, though it lacks the incredible effects of low-light night mode, but the three cameras offer more options.
Profonophones have two types of portrait mode this year: Has the original magnified type and pulled out wide type like the iPhone XR offered last year.
Yes, the other phone cameras are amazing – we were amazed at the cameras of theGoogle Pixel 3 and Huawei P30. But the new iPhone sports cameras from the iPhone that I would like to use every day. More in-depth comparisons will come in additional coverage from CNET in the coming weeks and months.
More Battery Life, Please
The iPhone XS and XS Max lagged behind in battery life last year as the iPhone XR stood out, This year the iPhone 11 Pro phones are a leap forward and Apple claims to have added an extra battery life from 4 to 5 hours. So far they are feeling better: I have found that the iPhone 11 Pro phones definitely last longer when charged, which may be one of the key reasons to deal with them. And if you want or need maximum battery life, then this is one of the main reasons to choose the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
3D Touch will not (long live the Haptic Touch)
Apple's Touch Sensitive Functional Display, 3D Touch, debuted again on the iPhone 6S. But now it's completely removed from the new iPhones.
In its place is what Apple had on the iPhone XR last year: the "Haptic Touch." This feature uses subtle touches that start when you hold your finger on the display, making it look like it's pressed. And iOS 13, this year's iPhone operating system, which installs on the iPhone 11, replaced the app's popup menus that worked when you tapped the screen. These peep and pop movements seem to take a little longer. I miss the 3D Touch, but I didn't need it – and Apple never thought of developing iOS to get the most out of it.
Two Reasons to Choose iPhone 11 Pro Max
This year, the most expensive iPhone is the $ 1,449 iPhone Pro Max with 512GB of storage. Even with 256GB of storage – the minimum you'll probably want for a high-end phone like this – it'll set you back $ 1,249. There are two main reasons for the most extreme iPhone this year: Or you want this larger OLED display (2,688×1,242 vs. 2,436×1,125 for Pro), or you want that extra hour of battery life.
I wouldn't want to spend that much. But if you really use your phone as a professional camera and want to see every pixel, you want the best viewfinder and editing screen you can get. And, well, this will be this phone. It's also more fun for movies and games, but at those prices I would just buy a separate iPad.
read more , The 8-inch size of the iPhone XS, since its compactness and camera quality made it an easy tool, It makes me love the iPhone 11 Pro even more this year because battery life has been good enough to last almost an entire day, more or less. The way I'm glued to my phone, I gave the Pro 11 a little before I got home to stay safe. It's super expensive, but 11 Pro feels like an advanced iteration of the iPhone X formula.
iPhone 11 specifications compared to iPhone 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, XR, XS, XS Max
|iPhone 11||iPhone 11 Pro||iPhone 11 Pro Max||iPhone XR||iPhone XS||iPhone XS Max|
|Display size, resolution||6.1-inch LCD liquid retina; 1,792×828 pixels||5.8-inch OLED Super Retina XDR; 2,436×1,125 pixels||6.5-inch OLED Super Retina XDR; 2,688×1,242 pixels||6.1-inch LCD liquid retina display; 1,792×828 pixels||5.8-inch OLED Super Retina; 2,436×1,125 pixels||6.5-inch Super Retina OLED; 2,688×1,242 pixels|
|Dimensions (inches)||5.94×2.98×0.33 inches||5.67×2.81×0.32 inches||6.22×3.06×0.32 inches||5.9×3.0x0.33 inches||5.7×2.8×0.3 inches||6.2x3x0.3 inches|
|Dimensions (millimeters)||151x76x8.3 mm||144x71x8.1 mm||158x78x8.1 mm||151x76x8.3 mm||144x71x7.7 mm||156x77x7.7 mm|
|Weight (Ounces, grams)||6.84 oz; 194гр||6.63 oz; 188 grams||7.97 oz; 226гр||6.8oz; 194гр||6.2 oz; 177 grams||7.3oz; 208 grams|
|Mobile software||iOS 13||iOS 13||iOS 13||iOS 12||iOS 12||iOS 12|
|Camera||12MP (Wide), 12MP (Wide)||12-megapixel (wide), 12-megapixel (ultra-wide), 12-megapixel (telephoto)||12-megapixel (wide), 12-megapixel (ultra-wide), 12-megapixel (telephoto)||12MP (wide)||12MP (wide), 12MP (ultra wide)||12MP (wide), 12MP (ultra wide)|
|Front camera||12MP with Face ID||12MP with Face ID||12MP with Face ID||7MP with Face ID||7MP with Face ID||7MP with Face ID|
|Processor||Apple A13 Bionic||Apple A13 Bionic||Apple A13 Bionic||Apple A12 Bionic||Apple A12 Bionic||Apple A12 Bionic|
|storage||64GB, 128GB, 256GB||64GB, 256GB, 512GB||64GB, 256GB, 512GB||64GB, 128GB, 256GB||64GB, 256GB, 512GB||64GB, 256GB, 512GB|
|RAM||Not disclosed||Not disclosed||Not disclosed||Not disclosed||Not disclosed||Not disclosed|
|battery||Not disclosed, but Apple claims to last 1 hour longer than iPhone XR||Not revealed, but Apple says it will last 4 hours longer than iPhone XS||Not revealed, but Apple says it will last 5 hours longer than iPhone XS Max||2,942 mAh (Not Formally Announced by Apple)||2 588 mAh (Not Formally Announced by Apple)||3.174 mAh (Not Formally Announced by Apple)|
|Fingerprint sensor||None (Face ID)||None (Private number)||None (Private number)||None (Private number)||None (Private number)||None (Private number)|
|Special features||Waterproof (IP68); dual SIM capabilities (nano-SIM and e-SIM); wireless charging||Waterproof (IP68); dual SIM capabilities (nano-SIM and e-SIM); wireless charging||Waterproof (IP68); dual SIM capabilities (nano-SIM and e-SIM); wireless charging||Waterproof (IP67), dual-SIM capabilities (nano-SIM and e-SIM); wireless charging||Waterproof (IP68); dual SIM capabilities (nano-SIM and e-SIM); wireless charging||Waterproof (IP68); dual SIM capabilities (nano-SIM and e-SIM); wireless charging|
|Price without contract (USD)||$ 699 (64GB), 749 (128GB), 849 (256GB)||$ 999 (64 GB), $ 1149 (256 GB), $ 1349 (512 GB)||$ 1,09 (64 GB), $ 1,249 (256 GB), $ 1,449 (512 GB)||$ 749 (64GB), 799 (128GB), 899 (256GB)||$ 999 (64 GB), $ 1149 (256 GB), $ 1349 (512 GB)||$ 1,09 (64 GB), $ 1,249 (256 GB), $ 1,449 (512 GB)|
|Price (GBP)||£ 729 (64GB), £ 779 (128GB), £ 879 (256GB)||£ 1049 (64GB), £ 1,199 (256GB), £ 1399 (512GB)||1,149 (64 GB), 1,299 (256 GB), 1499 (512 GB)||£ 749 (64GB), £ 799 (128GB), £ 899 (256GB)||£ 999 (64GB), £ 1,149 (256GB), £ 1349 (512GB)||£ 1 099 (64GB), £ 1,249 (256GB), £ 1449 (512GB)|
|Price (AUD)||$ 1199 (64 GB), $ 1,279 (128 GB), $ 1,449 (256 GB)||$ 1749 (64 GB), $ 1,999 D. (256 GB), $ 2,599 D. (512 GB)||$ 1899 (64GB), $ 2,149 (256GB), $ 2,499 (512 GB)||$ 1,229 (64 GB), $ 1,299 (128 GB), $ 1479 (256 GB)||$ 1629 (64GB), $ 1879 (256 GB), $ 2,129 (512 GB)||$ 1799 (64GB), $ 2,599 (256GB), $ 2,699 (512 GB)|