The Latest New iPhone 11 Review

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Who should upgrade to iPhone 11?

You may want to consider upgrading to the new iPhone 11 or new iPhone 11 Pro if you already own an iPhone 8 or a previous model. I don’t believe you need to update if you already have an iPhone X, XS, or XS Max. Furthermore, the 11 is hardly a significant improvement over the XS or XS Max. The iPhone XR from last year has been superseded by this new model.

After two years with the iPhone 8 Plus, I decided it was time to update. Before deciding to acquire an iPhone XR for a buddy, I considered whether or not I should get one for myself. Since I would be in the United States until the 23rd (when the iPhones were released), I went to an Apple Store and bought one for myself on the 20th (the iPhone 11 is just $100 more than the iPhone XR).

Why iPhone 11 vs iPhone 11 Pro?

To begin with, I thought it looked terrible. The camera placement on the back has always struck me as absurdly unsightly, but ever since the leaks hit the sites, I find it downright offensive. The announcement of the new iPhone 11 Pro dashed any remaining optimism that the final product would look better than the prototype. This has to be the single most annoying aspect of any Apple product, and it has now surpassed my previous least favorite, the Magic Mouse 2’s charging procedure.

A counterargument might be made that even while the Pixel 4’s camera design made the new iPhone 11 Pro’s cameras appear worse (who thought it was possible!), you don’t actually glance at the back of your phone very often.

Getting used to Face ID

The use of facial recognition for authentication is not novel. It’s always been there since the iPhone X was released. I chose the iPhone 8 Plus rather than a cutting-edge piece of technology (my usual MO when it comes to gadgets).

In the intervening two years, I’ve fully embraced the Face ID craze. Any user upgrading to the iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone Pro, or iPhone Pro Max this year will be required to get familiar with Face ID. This area might perhaps be of interest to you.


There’s a horde of people wondering why Apple hasn’t eliminated the notch despite the availability of notch-less phones from other manufacturers flooding the comments sections of YouTube and Facebook. If you want to know the truth, I have no idea, but by day two, I had already ceased caring about the notch.

Everyone I’ve spoken to who has an iPhone X, XS, XR, and now a new iPhone 11 or 11 Pro has a similar tale. Looking at online images and videos forces one’s attention to the notch. Once it’s ingrained in your hand, you stop giving it a second thought.

Since most applications haven’t been updated to accommodate for the notch, I imagine iPhone X owners have noticed it more than I have. As a result, software and games probably seemed strange on the device due to the notch. The notch may not be immediately noticeable, but modern applications are built around it.

Display, Sound quality, Form Factor

When compared to its more expensive sibling, the iPhone 11 Pro, the regular iPhone 11 does not feature the finest screen that Apple currently offers. However, it’s a really impressive performance. Perhaps if you compared the two side by side, you would see a difference. But that’s not something you do every day. As a result, the iPhone 11’s display retains almost all of its previous pixel density and brightness.

As a viewer, I find the screen quite interesting. It’s a lot like the OLED displays in that it’s bright, has good contrast, and doesn’t appear too saturated. Some people like the aesthetic of OLED screens, like those seen on most Samsung smartphones, but I much prefer the accurate colors on my iPhone 11.

When compared to the 8 Plus, the aural experience on the X is far superior. I like the reverberating sound of the alarm (Radar) even when it goes off. In a way, it makes you feel like you’re in a play. According to Apple, the iPhone 11 has Dolby Atmos speakers. Since I’m not an audio specialist nor an audiophile, describing or differentiating the sound is difficult, but I can say with confidence that it sounds fantastic!

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