iPhone 11 Review – Is it Good?
Almost a year since release the iPhone 11 continues to be one of the most popular phones for the cash. At just $699, the all new iPhone is almost $50 cheaper than its predecessors, and yet it offers a huge leap forward in terms of photography. This phone has all of the features that make up a modern cell phone, with high-speed Internet access, a large display, excellent graphics, and easy access to apps. However, the iPhone 11 comes standard with older networks, like AT&T and Verizon, as well as those from third party developers. This means that the iPhone can work on cellular plans that aren’t necessarily all that reliable.
The iPhone 11 remains a good choice for consumers looking for an all around phone that allows for multitasking. The touch screen provides a quick and efficient way to browse the web, reply to emails, check your calendar or simply do a number of tasks at once. The iPhone 11 has a large display, which makes it easy to see images and text at the same time. Video capabilities are still good, though they’re not as impressive as they once were.
The iPhone 11’s biggest shortcoming is its lack of internal memory compared to its predecessors. Although it has twice the amount of memory as the iPhone 6s, it’s still limited to only two gigabytes of memory – much like the iPhone 6s Plus. For those who like to download videos, songs, images and so forth, this isn’t too much of a problem, but those who need more can find better luck with an external flash drive. While the iPhone 11 doesn’t have any expandable storage like the iPhone 6s Plus, it does have a slot for SD cards, just like the iPhone 6s.
One of the biggest features present in the iPhone 11 is the high-resolution camera. For those looking for professional photos and video, the iPhone 11 is the perfect device. Not only does it have great image quality, it also has a number of features that help you take the best images. This is one area where the Android phones excel, but unfortunately not enough people are willing to pay the extra money for them.
Another feature present on the iPhone 11 is the dual cameras. It takes pictures in both single and dual camera modes. Although it seems like such a small feature, it’s actually very useful. In either single and dual camera mode, the iPhone 11 has a lower minimum focus, allowing you to create sharper pictures without having to turn up the focus. The result is that you get higher quality pictures, even in low light conditions.
If you’re wondering what the big difference is between the iPhone 11 and other cell phones in the same price range, look no further than the home button. It’s always the same color on the iPhone 11 as it is on other smartphones. Some iPhone 11 pro models have a slightly different home button on the side. However, it’s all gray on the A13 bionic model, which has the smallest home button you can find. That’s just one example of how impressive the color options are on the iPhone. The color options include red, blue, pink, green, yellow, black, white, brown, and even gray.
This is actually one area where the iPhone 11 may fall short of its competitors. While most cell phones have some sort of built-in keyboard, none of them include a touch screen. This is where the iPhone does fall short. You can swipe text on most apps, but if you need to type something, you’ll have to tap the keyboard or touch the trackpad. If you’re an avid user of apps like YouTube, Facebook, or any other social network, this feature may be less than beneficial.
For those who want everything with their fingertips, the iPhone 11 is perfect. This smartphone has everything you could want from a smartphone. It comes standard with two gigabytes of memory, two cameras, a microSD slot for additional storage, a headphone jack, and both the iPhone 6 and the iPad have at least eight mega-pixels cameras. Additionally, you may want to consider purchasing the water resistant iPhone xr version. You’ll be glad you did when you drop the phone into water.