If you’re around people who love phones and a new release just came, the same question is popping up all over the place: “Should I get that one?” Similar is true as soon as the release of the iPhone 11 rolled around on September 20, 2019.
Now, this is the question some of you may be mulling over. Whether you simply want to upgrade or jump ship from Android to iOS, it’s completely understandable. Phones, nowadays, are extensions of our lives. To some, although I don’t agree with it, phones are status symbols. Whatever the case, should you get yourself an iPhone 11?
Here are 7 reasons why you should buy the new iPhone 11:
If you’re one of those people who decide in a spur-of-the-moment fashion whether to buy or not to buy, this where you should use your “BUY” card. Do not overthink. Just get it, and you’ll be happy.
The iPhone 11 is actually 50 dollars less than its predecessor, the iPhone XR which was priced starting at $749. In many reviews, it does not usually start with how much does the phone cost but in this case, $699 is a huge deal if you’re getting a brand-new, latest iPhone in return.
The iPhone 11s also have the Pro and Pro Max versions which are $300 and $400 pricier, respectively. To many, like my broke pocket, that’s a deal-breaker already but yeah, if you can afford it, then go for it.
If you love sneakers, especially performance basketball shoes, you just don’t go for the names; you go for the name AND the colorways. If you have that same mentality, then there’s more good news coming your way: The iPhone 11 comes in six colors (purple, yellow, green, black, white, and red) compared to four (space gray, silver, gold, and midnight green) in the Pro models.
The Pro has a 5.81-inch display while the Pro Max is at 6.5 inches. The standard iPhone 11 pro has a 6.1-inch display so it’s not too big and not too small. It’s just ideal.
Whether it’s the Pro, Pro Max, or the standard iPhone 11, all these phones have a similar processor, which is called the A13 Bionic. That means, the standard 11s can handle the rigors and the extra demands as well as the Pro versions. The Previous iPhone processor the A12 Bionic is pretty fast in its own right but Apple has made strides again with the A13. From downloading and switching between apps to processing and editing photos, these things are incredibly FAST. If you want the numbers, the A13 Bionic is capable of powering 8.5 trillion operations per second, three and a half trillion more undertakings per second than its predecessor!
The XRs were marketed as having the longest-living battery of any phone that was created but the iPhone 11 is even better. It can go for an hour more than its predecessor while the Pro and Pro Max, can go about its activity for four and five hours more, respectively.
The non-Pro iPhone 11 has the same 12-MP wide-angle lens and 12-MP ultra-wide lens like its more expensive cousins (or siblings, depends on how you look at it). The Pro versions do offer optical zooming but that feature is not a deal-breaker by any means. You’re probably an expert in smartphone photography by now so the optical zooming feature is no biggie.