Apple iPhone 11 Pro
The iPhone 11 Pro is Apple’s latest iPhone, on which people ask us: “What has really changed?” It’s a fair question because it looks a lot like last year’s iPhone. But use the new cameras for a few minutes and both this question and the curious look of doubters quickly fade away.
Apple has put a lot of effort into its triple-lens rear view camera and offers three 12-megapixel lenses that take normal, telephoto and brand new ultra-wide-angle perspectives. It is a great advantage not to have to back up to fit everything in the expanded framework. All our friends appreciate that their heads are not cut off in portrait photos.
“Night mode” fixes the biggest complaint we’ve heard from iPhone users over the years: photos in dimly lit bars and restaurants don’t look particularly good – not next to their friends who advertise on Android phones. The shame!
The Apple iPhone 11 Pro
Good news: The iPhone 11 Pro has the best low-light camera we’ve tested on a phone – any phone. Apple brightens up with the best and night mode is automatically applied and surpasses the interfaces from Samsung, Huawei and Google.
The iPhone 11 Pro is so much about the camera, but there’s a little more. We found the battery life to be significantly better than that of the iPhone XS – we used more than a day under heavy use. You don’t need the Pro Max for its battery capability. The matte back looks nicer and feels less slippery, although it’s not that impressive if you immediately stick an iPhone 11 Pro case on it (which we recommend).
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The 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro is the right choice if you are looking for the most advanced iPhone that is easy to use with one hand. It feels much smaller than the 6.5-inch iPhone 11 Pro Max and the 6.1-inch iPhone 11. Don’t be fooled by its size, but it’s more expensive than the iPhone 11 without telephoto and OLED entry.
It doesn’t look any different than previous iPhones on the front, so it seems difficult to justify the price. But if you’ve been waiting for better photos and videos from a new iPhone, that’s it – and that’s more important than a new look or 5G, at least in 2019.