iPhone 11 Pro has been launched on September 10, 2019, but officially released on September 20, 2019. The iPhone 11 Pro is Apple’s most powerful phone that comes in a one-hand-friendly size. It has a triple-lens camera to capture best-in-class photos and videos from a variety of perspectives, a new night mode to enhance low-light photography and extra battery life prowess.

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The iPhone 11 Pro supports wireless charging, as well as proprietary fast charging. The 11 Pro is Apple’s first iPhone to feature a “pro” designation, which was previously used only for larger Apple devices, such as the iPad Pro and MacBook Pro, and the first to include in the box an 18W fast charger and a Lightning to USB-C cable that allows connection to current Mac computers.

Design and Display

The iPhone 11 Pro has rear camera design with three cameras and a flash in a larger, square-shaped bump, which is the most visible difference compared to the iPhone XS. The Apple logo is now centered on the back of the device with no text, and the glass has a frosted matte finish, unlike the glossy finish found on other glass-backed iPhones.

The iPhone 11 Pro has a 5.8 inch OLED display with a resolution of 2436×1125 pixels (458 PPI), while the iPhone 11 Pro Max has a 6.5 inch OLED display with a resolution of 2688×1242 pixels (458 PPI). Apple describes the display as having a “mini Apple Pro Display XDR” on a phone. The screen has an oleophobic coating that is fingerprint-resistant.

Take one look at the back of the iPhone 11 Pro and you know this phone means business. The three large camera lenses dominate the top left corner, and they’re a bit intimidating at first. The iPhone 11 Pro is available in these colors like midnight green, space gray, gold, and silver.

Camera

Apple has finally added a third camera to its wide+tele setup, and quite expectedly it’s an ultrawide shooter. The iPhone 11 Pro features the same triple 12MP camera at the back, as well as the same selfie setup on the fronts. All features, modes, options, and the image and video quality stay identical on both iPhones, so what follows now applies for both the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

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So, the iPhone 11 Pro uses an all-new triple camera with 12MP sensors. The main shooter has large 1.4µm pixels, wide 26mm f/1.8 lens, optical image stabilization (OIS) and Dual Pixel AF.

The 2nd 12MP sensor uses smaller 1.0µm pixels and sports telephoto 52mm lens for 2x optical zoom over the main camera. The lens is now brighter than before at f/2.0, OIS is available, but there is no Dual Pixel AF like on the main cam.

The 3rd one is a 12MP sensor with 1.0µm pixels sitting behind the 13mm (120°) ultra-wide-angle lens. There is neither stabilization nor autofocus for this camera.

The third camera is brand new on the iPhones, but it’s fairly common among Android smartphones. Apple seemed to have used the same 12MP sensor behind the zoom lens, it just now sits behind a 13mm ultrawide lens, there is no OIS and no autofocus.

In short


CAMERAS
Description
Wide Camera 26mm focal length
ƒ/1.8 aperture
6-element lens
Optical image stabilization
100% Focus Pixels
New 12MP sensor
Telephoto Camera 52mm focal length
Larger ƒ/2.0 aperture
6-element lens
Optical image stabilization
2x optical zoom
12MP sensor
Ultra-Wide Camera 13mm focal length
ƒ/2.4 aperture
5-element lens
120° field of view
4x more scene
12MP sensor

The iPhone 11 Pro’s camera is so stunning in the dark, that if you own one, your friends will assuredly designate you as the group’s official photographer. They’ll insist you take every shot — although, as I discovered, the iPhone 11 Pro’s low-light capabilities have one weakness: portraits.

Processor: The Fastest

The iPhone 11 Pro’s camera is so stunning in the dark, that if you own one, your friends will assuredly designate you as the group’s official photographer. They’ll insist you take every shot — although, as I discovered, the iPhone 11 Pro’s low-light capabilities have one weakness: portraits.

The iPhone 11 Pro comes powered by the new A13 processor with the neural engine like all other 11 series phones. The processing power reflects during graphic-rich games that run smoothly. Apple has been coming up with frequent iOS updates to further enhance processor performance. The device handled all intensive tasks smoothly, including video editing and graphic-rich games among others.

Hardware

The iPhone 11 Pro is the first iPhone to be sold with an 18-watt fast charger in the box. The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max both have an A13 Bionic processor. Both phones have three internal storage options: 64 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB, and have 4 GB of RAM. Also, like previous iPhones, both phones do not have a headphone jack and come with wired EarPods with a Lightning connector.  Both models are rated IP68 water and dust resistant and are resistant for 30 minutes at a depth of 4 meters.

Software

The newest iPhones always comes with the latest Apple iOS, and that’s the case with the iPhone 11 series. They all run on the iOS 13 out of the box, though we received and installed the iOS 13.1 update on September 24.

The iOS 13 is another major update of the iPhone OS, bringing a new system-wide dark theme, improvements to battery life and charging, and updates a couple of the default apps with new looks and features – Photos, Maps, Reminders. Sign in with Apple ID is part of iOS 13, too, and there is a more detailed control over location access.

All iPhone 11 phones support Face ID and you can add a second face as Alternate Appearance option. The lock screen is pretty simple – it has two shortcuts – flashlight and camera. Now that the 3D Touch is gone and replaced by the Haptic Touch, you just tap and hold to activate it.

Apple Maps has been updated with a new Junction view, better voice navigation, real-time schedules, flight status and gates at airports, and a New Look Around feature that’s basically Street View. There is also an updated Health app with improved summary, highlights, and new cycle tracking features.

Battery Backup and Charger

Because it’s a smaller phone, I didn’t expect the iPhone 11 Pro to outlast the iPhone 11 or the iPhone 11 Pro Max, but it performed well given its size. The phone lasted an average of 10 hours and 24 minutes which involves continuous web surfing over 4G LTE on 150 nits of screen brightness.

iPhone 11 pro 3,046 mAh battery, 18W fast charging, Qi wireless charging
iPhone 11 pro max 3,969 mAh battery, 18W fast charging, Qi wireless charging

For the first time ever, Apple bundles an 18W fast charger within an iPhone retail box and obviously the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are the first beneficiaries. The charger is rated 18W with 5V/3A and 9V/2A outputs. It has a USB-C port at the top and so the Pro models are also the first iPhones to ship with a USB-C to Lightning cables.

iPhone 11 Pro Customers Reviews

Overall iPhone 11 Pro win customers’ hearts. People are really loving it as iPhone 11 pro is the 1st iPhone which comes in Pro version with its different identity. Having 3 camera , up-gradation, and fast processor make it unique in the apple family.

Is the iPhone 11 Pro worth the upgrade?
With the iPhone 11 Pro’s new camera setup, longer battery life and performance, Apple is certainly back on top. The price could be one of the factors for users to opt for the cheaper iPhone 11, which comes with the same processor. However, the improvements to the camera and processor are enough to justify the upgrade for many existing iPhone users.

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