IPhone 11 Full Review




This is the iPhone 11, and if you're considering buying an iPhone, this is the one to get.


Camera Review:-

So we have to start with the cameras. So this year, the iPhone 11 has a pair of cameras. A standard-wide angle as well as a new ultra-wide.What I'm curious to see is precisely how this compares to its processor, the iPhone XR.So first of all, let's start with the main shooters. Well, I can immediately see there's a lot more dynamic range on the 11, especially when you look over Lens shoulder, there's a little bit more detail on the road, whereas it's pretty much bricked on the XR. Also, this looks sharp. Like that looks significantly brighter. So, even though the XS, as well as the XR, they had excellent cameras, sometimes they would be a little bit too over-aggressive with their HDR trying to pull a little bit more detail out even though the image didn't quite look natural. Whereas on the 11, if there's a darker area, it doesn't mind sort of crushing it down a little bit to give you a more natural look. There's still a lot of detail, a lot of dynamic range. That's is pretty impressive. Something new this year on the primary camera is that apparently, it has 100% focus pixels. So if I kinda move in and out, individually, if I get nice and close, it should actually do a pretty good job of keeping you in focus. Now the other thing which is new here is, of course, that ultra-wide camera, so I'm recording video with the standard shooter. However, if I press the ultra-wide button, it immediately jumps out to the ultra-wide perspective. This is obviously going to give you a little bit of a loss in quality, specifically in low light. Still, I mean that's actually cool, especially considering they've got that really impressive video stabilization. I mean, this almost looks like I'm on a Gimbal or something. So, this is what video looks like as I'm walking with the ultra-wide camera. Between that perspective as well as the super steady shot. Gotta say, this is actually pretty impressive, and if I want, I can jump right back into the primary shooter. And I've gotta say, they've done a pretty good job of keeping it consistent. There's no doubt that this year, one of the most significant upgrades to the iPhone 11is the definitely on the camera front. So, neither of them are perfect. Both have a lot of issues with the camera and the screen. However, I prefer the look of the 11. It looks a little bit brighter, a little bit more saturated, especially in the background. That portrait mode still actually does look pretty lovely, though. Let's do a portrait selfie, shall we? So the front-facing camera has been fully redesigned for the iPhone 11. So this is the standard shooter. However, if I press the button, it'll make it a little bit wider. Look, friends. I'm actually curious to see how the portrait looks, though. You know what? It completely missed my glasses. Literally, my glasses are like cut off there.Yikes.That's not great lemme try another one. Yeah, that's better, didn't lose the drinks there. There's a lot of detail on my face too. Definitely, no smoothing going on. Now we also have the selfie, which is, of course, a slow-motion selfie. Let me demonstrate. (laughing)It does slow-motion front-facing video now. So, there's no doubt that the iPhone 11is a pretty significant upgrade on the camera front. However, when you compare it to the Pro, what you're losing here is a telephoto camera, this has the ultra-wide and the vast but, not that zoomed-in shot. Now a triple camera set up is certainly nothing new.LG, Huawei, and Samsung have all been shipping triple cameras for a little while now. Now while it is nice to have a telephoto, honestly, the 2x zoom on the Pro, as well as something like on the Note 10, isn't actually that big of a deal. You do lose quality by going with the Telephoto. And while it is a little more zoomed in, often, I actually find it's not that useful. As far as I'm concerned, if I were going to pick two cameras, I would prefer that ultra-wide. That being said, the 11 Pro does have that other option that you're missing on the 11but I mean, eh? Now, one of the significant new features this year is a night mode for the iPhone 11.






Other Details And Weakness:-

Point out the biggest weakness of the iPhone 11, it is definitely going to be the display. So, just like with the iPhone XR, were looking at a 6.1" IPS panel. And well, just like the iPhone XR, it is usable, it's okay, but it is certainly not as good as most other high-end phones on the market, especially that iPhone 11 Pro. Not only is it reasonably low resolution, but it also lacks the excellent brightness and contrast of the OLED on the iPhone 11 Pro. Now, last year, this actually was a slightly closer comparison, as the XR, even though it didn't have the higher resolution, it actually had was a slightly brighter panel with very very somewhat better color accuracy compared to the XS. But this year, its no comparison.

The 11 screen is beautiful, its usable, but it's not as good as that 11 Pro. Now, there are some other small differences, including that bezels are a little bit bigger on the iPhone 11. But on the flip side, you actually have a more comprehensive array of colors available.




There's yellow, there's green, there's red, there's white, there's black. Personally, I like the colors, and I also really like the fact that it does only has two cameras on the back. Obviously, it would be nice to have three cameras for practicality, but it's not ugly. This is much much better than the 11 Pro. I know I'm giving the Pro hard time, and I'm sure a month from now, I'll completely forget about it, but I can't unsee just how unsightly those weird triple cameras are.

This looks so much cleaner. Now, there are a couple of other downgrades with the 11but most of them are relatively minor, so it does only support 2x2 LTE as opposed to 4x4, so speeds will be a little bit slower. And there are the other things, such as while it supports fast charging, it doesn't actually come with a fast charger in the mobile box, which is annoying. A lot of this stuff isn't a big deal. I mean, am I ever going to realize that my two meters of water resistance on the 11 isn't as good as our meters of diving on the 11 Pro? No, I'm never gonna take it that deep, but I don't know why anyone else would. If you take a look at apple site, they probably proclaim that the iPhone 11 Pro is the first iPhone worthy of the Pro name. Okay, so when you look at it in real life, this is actually a very straight forward upgrade compared to last year. So instead of selling the iPhone XR, they have the iPhone 11, the XS is turned into the iPhone 11 Pro, and the XS Max turned into the 11 Pro Max, because, yes, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is now a name that I have to say with my words. While Pro Max isn't exactly a great name, I actually do think that the iPhone 11is a much much cleaner branding play, compared to the iPhone XR of last year. So I think a lot of people sort of maybe...They didn't write off the XR because it was a huge seller for them, but a lot of people assume that this was the budget iPhone.Its the one that you didn't really wanna get. Obviously, a few years ago, there was the iPhone 5C, which was, straight up, a worse iPhone compared to the 5S of the day. However, with the iPhone 11, they've made this, pretty much, the default option. If you're gonna go buy a new iPhone, I want the 11, or do you want the Pro with that? Do you fry with that? Do you want super-size with that? What if they called it the iPhone super-size?I talked in the past about why the iPhone XR was my favorite iPhone of last year. And there were a lot of reasons for that. Not only was it $250 cheaper, but of course, it had the best battery life of any iPhone.It was so much better than the XS. However, when you look at the 11 this year, things have changed just a little bit. When Apple announced that the iPhone 11is cheaper than the iPhone XR, I was legitimately impressed. So now, when you look at the lineup, you have at $700, the iPhone 11, at 1000 dollars, you have the Pro, and $1100 for the Pro Max, but its actually even a better deal for the Xmas soon as you look at the storage. Wait, I mean the 11. The 11, 11. So, all three phones this year come with 64 gig standards. However, the iPhone 11 has a $50 upgrade to go to 128 gigs of storage, which in my opinion, is the sweet spot. If you wanna upgrade the room on the Pro or the Pro Max, that's a full $150 to go to up to 256, which I think is probably overkill for a lot of people. So, if you want some kind of mid-range storage, the value proposition looks even better for the iPhone 11. One thing that's the same between the iPhone 11 and Pro are the specs. As inside, they share the same Apple A13 Bionic chip. Now, the A12 of last year is already the fastest chip on a phone. And this promises about 20% more performance. So that's good. It's accessible to kind of make fun of its a little bit faster here, a little bit faster there, but the Apple chip making the team deserves some major, major props. This thing is ridiculously powerful.
On the one hand, it is a beautiful thing that both the lower-end iPhone 11, as well as the higher-end Pro, have the exact same spec. In fact, compared to last year, whereas the iPhone XR had a little bit less RAM, they also shared the exact same four gigs. The other side, which I do think is essential to consider, is that as an Apple-designed chip.





They've actually made some pretty significant gains in efficiency, so this should be around 30% better than last year. Again, directly relating to some of that better battery life that was seen on all three of the new iPhones.Obviously, having a bigger cell inside is essential, but having a more power-efficient processor that is more powerful and less power-using?Power inefficient? Basically, it is a faster chip that needs less energy to run. They've done this by employing buzzwords, such as machine-learning. Okay, so hear me out here. The machine-learning algorithms they're actually using that specific part of the A13 chip are potent. And what they use it for is actually turning off different parts of the A13 Bionic that arent being used. Now, generally speaking, there's some kind of level of finesse where you can turn off a core, or you've idled down something, you can do some stuff traditionally. However, almost every potion of this A13 chip can is completely idled off, which means that you're not losing battery life just sitting around doing nothing. It's actually a very, very intelligent thing that they're doing here. Now, I think all this plays into a much grander vision of how the iPhone can continue to stay relevant. Even at $700, while this is cheaper than the Pro, it is certainly not anywhere near the excellent budget options, which could be several hundred dollars cheaper.
On the one hand, you have people who have older iPhones, which honestly are still totally fine and not really needing an upgrade, and on the other, you have people who are brand new to buying a new smartphone, and they don't mind switching over to Android. And I think, to be able to convince both of those groups, you gotta have the whole package, right? And that why you see such an emphasis on the camera adding the wide-angle, adding these different options. That's why you see such a focus on the performance, the battery life. I mean, at this point, if you're selling an expensive phone, you need to deliver on all aspects. It's no longer good enough to have a 90% phone, but let's go on this or that. I mean, there are so many excellent phones which are available for three, four, five hundred dollars that the world has changed in a significant, significant way. And when you got that iPhone 6Swhich is still putting in work all these years later, I'm not surprised that Apples getting a little bit nervous. And they're really stepping up the game here.