11 Nov Which iPhone 11 Should I Get? – Our Top Features
With Apple releasing 3 variants at the same time, everyone’s thinking, ‘Which iPhone 11 should I get?’. We’ve gathered all the information you need to make the right decision in one place.
Apple released the new iPhones back in September and they have been booming since. Everyone’s loving them. The best thing about this series? The mobile phone deals don’t come with the price tag as the phones previously released by Apple, such has the XS and XS Max.
The Similarities in the iPhone 11 Range
There are a few similarities between the 3 variants that are always going to be a pattern between new phones, such as the storage options, the processor and of course, the software.
Apple’s iPhone 11 range runs on iOS 13, available to all Apple phone’s from the 6S and SE to the most recent versions. The series will be available in the same storage options as previous iPhones; 64GB, 256GB, 512GB and have no room for expandable storage. Apple have decided to cut the 3D touch feature, just like last year’s iPhone XR. Supporting the phone’s processor is the A13 Bionic chip, as seen in the majority of flagship handsets this year.
Each variant of the iPhone 11 array has had a makeover when it comes to the cameras. The selfie camera has been upgraded to a 12-megapixel lens. All phones have also received a few revamped camera features; Smart HDR, Portrait Mode and Portrait Lighting.
Now for the bits you really came to find out, the differences. There are quite a few differences in this iPhone range and you’re going to want to pay close attention to make sure you’re making the right choice.
The cameras are the main differences between the 2019 iPhones. The iPhone 11 includes a 12-megapixel ultra-wide and wide dual camera with 2x optical zoom out and a digital zoom of 5x. Apple’s 11 Pro models have a 12-megapixel triple lens camera. They hold the same lenses as the iPhone 11 along with a telephoto lens allowing the optical zoom in of 2x. The pod of cameras also allows the digital zoom to be 10x.
Don’t let the names of this range catch you out! The iPhone 11 Pro is not one of the larger handsets, in fact, it’s the smallest of the bunch with a screen size of 5.5 inches, the iPhone 11 is 6.1 inches and the iPhone 11 Pro Max offers a screen size of 6.5 inches. The Pro handsets offer the normal Apple colours with an added ‘Midnight Green’ while the iPhone 11 punches a whole bunch of bright colours, including lilac and green.
There is obviously a huge gap in the prices between the variants in this series. If you’re looking for a SIM free iPhone 11, the starting price is going to be around £729. For the 11 Pro, you’re looking at a starting price of £1049 and for the 11 Pro Max, an extra £100 on top.
You’ll be surprised at the prices you would be able to snatch up on the pay monthly contract though. They are far cheaper this month as compared to the previous XS and XS Max.
If you’re looking for even more information on the iPhone 11 series, take a look on their GSM Arena Specifications.