The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max have beautiful displays, powerful software, and excellent cameras. There are some great reasons to buy one of these devices right now, but there are also some great reasons to put away your wallet and wait.
The iPhone 11 is the direct successor to the iPhone XR. It features a 6.1-inch display, the company’s A13 Bionic Processor, a colorful design, and loads of storage. If you want a newer iPhone model without shelling out top dollar, this is an option to consider.
Now that the iPhone 12 series (iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max) is out on shelves, Apple’s stopped selling the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. It continues to sell the iPhone 11 and iPhone XR.
Buying an iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone 11 Pro Max still requires a sizable investment (even if you decide to spread your payments out) and that’s why it’s important to buy the right model for your needs and budget.
We expect retailers to offer iPhone 11 deals throughout the year. If you can’t find a price you really like, you might want to wait a few more days, weeks, or longer.
Buy If You Want Outstanding Performance
If you're looking for top notch performance, look no further than the iPhone 11 series.
Apple outfitted the devices with its A13 Bionic chip and the processor packs an enormous punch.
We've been using the iPhone 11 series since launch and we haven't noticed much slowdown while consuming content, playing games, moving around the home screen, or opening up apps.
Apple's processor is more efficient than the chip that came before it and it helps these phones deliver better battery life than their predecessors.
According to Consumer Reports, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max deliver some huge battery life improvements.
The site claims the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s battery can last 40.5-hours which is an 11-hour increase over the 29.5-hour total of the iPhone XS Max.
By comparison, the iPhone 11 Pro went 34 hours on a single charge during their testing which is up from the 27.5 hours of the iPhone XS.
We've been able to squeeze a full, productive day out of these models while using a variety of apps, sending emails, making calls, watching content, and playing games.
So if you're looking for a work horse, and aren't interested in the iPhone 12 series, these are the iPhones you should consider.
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