Since the iPhone 11 Pro release on September 20, hype has been growing surrounding the new phone which boasts the best camera of any phone currently on the market. The iPhone 11 Pro is the fastest phone you can buy. At about 10.5 hours of battery life, the iPhone 11 Pro is one of the best phones available. However, with a retail price of $999, is it worth it? With 3 back cameras and variety of camera formats, the iPhone 11 Pro is unlike any other phone available.
However, the iPhone 11, which is the successor to the iPhone XR, is a strong contender. It packs good specs and manages to do so for a lower cost than many would expect with a retail price of $699 – this is the one to go for if you want a good value new iPhone. The major difference between the iPhone 11 and the iPhone XR is the superior camera quality. Aside from the iPhone 11 Pro, which has the best phone camera on the market, the iPhone 11 is the best available. Since the iPhone 11 has two back cameras you can now take wider-angle snaps alongside the ‘normal’ main images. These sensors are 12MP each, and are raised from the rear of the phone in a square glass enclosure. Another benefit of the iPhone 11 compared to earlier models is that Apple claims that the battery life of the iPhone 11 is an hour longer than that of the impressive iPhone XR.
From a price standpoint the iPhone 11 is significantly cheaper than the iPhone 11 Pro, with similar benefits. As a result the iPhone 11 is one of the best phones on the market today, and a great choice for anyone looking for a quality camera at a relatively affordable price. With the iPhone 11, the camera quality is unmatched when compared to earlier models, and is great for taking landscape and group photos. So if you’re looking for a new phone at a great price I highly recommend the iPhone 11.
My name is Sarah Avampato, I am a Bedford High School sophomore and editor for the science and technology section. In my free time I enjoy writing and working with technology and builds. I am an avid hiker and enjoy spending time outside with my dog. As science and technology editor my goal is to expose more students to how science and technology affects our every day lives and keep students aware of new changes in these fields.