Review: iPhone 11 Pro & 11 Pro Max — The Smartphones to Beat

The iPhone 11 Pro is finally here. This is Apple’s latest flagship smartphone and it comes in both 5.8 and 6.5-inch sizes. AppleInsider has had a few days to test …


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  1. Went to pickup my new iWatch and ended up with an iPhone 11 Pro as well. Upgrading from my iPhone 8 Max. Having skipped the X, I am delighted with the 11. Chose the non-Max, so it fits in pocket so much better. I simply LOVE the new cameras. All in all, I think it will be my keeper for some time to come.

  2. If you ignore the increased capabilitys of the camera. And as cool as it is and granted a little faster than the A-12 thats in my new ipad mini5. As far as "phones" go , I'm not really compelled to upgrade from my 7+ at this time. I'm more of a media consumer than a content creator. Even though theres a new youtube content creator coming online for the first time every thousandth of a second I think we media consumers are still by far the majority. If I had to guess I would say the creator vs consumer ratio would be 25/100 Which means about 75% of us are not going to be running around shooting video and editing and rendering on our phones all day every day. That said I think the only bottleneck when I go out and abroad with iphone 7+ is the actual real life speed of Verizons 4g LTE and not the speed of the processor or much of anything else on the board that assists in loading a youtube video or a webpage or Google Drives response time for a pdf manual I might need… All though its great that they keep making it better. Theres a new better model in the werkz before you even unwrap the one that came out a week ago. Having the best coolest fastest is so short lived its ridiculous and sad for anyone that just dished out $1500.00 x(

  3. Gave son my Max and got the pro max and I personally notice a screen and speed difference. Also seems a lot louder, also it’s heavier but to myself it feels lighter to me.

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