After 3 months of using the iPhone 11 Pro, I must say that this is one of those phones that excite you, but then you get used to it after a while. Well, that is just human nature, we always look forward to the next release, the latest software, the best cameras, and a host of new updates. But on this review, I will tell you why I loved the iPhone 11 Pro so much, but then got used to it very quickly, as it lost its prior charm on me quite fast.
The iPhone 11 Pro can solely be confirmed to deliver very good performance in a rather compact package. It has a very bright 5.8-inch display that’s is compact and comfortable in a single hand, It a fast A13 Bionic processor that is quite the fast processor outdoing most of its competition (android), and it also has a fast charger. The phone has triple rear cameras that take truly amazing shots, complete with an ultra-wide lens and, finally, a night mode. The camera also has better Smart HDR, plus extended dynamic range in video. Arguably, the iPhone 11 Pro has the best camera in the
Apple should surely have included more storage than just the 64GB option, especially at its price. But overall, the iPhone 11 Pro is a stellar flagship phone. Let’s take a deeper dive into the phone’s specifications and performance.
Quite the processor bringing a stronger battery life
The iPhone 11 Pro has the 2019 A13 Bionic processor whose speed is just phenomenal. Everything is quite smooth, applications load quite fast, and the phone works without lagging. This has been characteristic of the iPhone and this device has not been left behind. Because of this, and an outstanding battery, the battery life has greatly improved. You can last way more than an entire day actively using the device without a worry of its battery draining. This device also has the U1 chip, which increases spatial awareness by using ultra-wideband features thereby making features such as the Airdrop very effective.
Phenomenal camera, great display, and a nice body
The camera on the iPhone 11 Pro is just on a level of its own. For the first time in iPhone’s history, the phone has a triple camera setup and it does not disappoint. The new ultra-wide camera has a 120-degree field of view which allows for better landscape shots and tight shots that are able to capture more without having to adjust the position of the iPhone. The ultrawide camera as well supports 2x optical zoom in, 2x optical zoom out, and digital zoom up to 10x without loss of detail. The telephoto lens has a larger f/2.0 aperture that allows it to capture 40 percent more light compared to the iPhone XS. The cameras also have intelligent recognition through the next-gen smart HDR. Subjects within the frame can be relit for more natural-looking photos with more detail. When it comes to the display, iPhone Pro has a 5.8-inch Super Retina XDR OLED displays, with a 2426 x 1125 resolution. The iPhone 11 Pro’s body looks similar to the iPhone XS and XS Max but comes in textured matte finishes available in Gold, Space Gray, Silver, and a new and unique Apple color: Midnight Green.
When its all said and done, I miss the 3D Touch that was available before iOS 13. In place of is the haptic touch which generally lacks pressure sensitivity. This was a good phone that serviced me quite well but I must admit, I am looking forward to what I will get from Apple in terms of smartphones in 2020.