Since the dawn of time, various questions have been asked of the universe... What is consciousness? Do bears conduct their business in the woods? Should I spend £1000 on a new phone with a trypophobia-inducing camera lens?
If you’re still considering which of the new iPhones to go for, here’s our summary of the next big hitters from Apple.
Perhaps surprisingly, this is the big draw of the three. It replaces the iPhone XR, but costs slightly less and has a much better, dual 12MP wide and ultra-wide camera.
At 6.1 inches, it’s bigger than the iPhone 11 Pro (5.8”) and smaller than the 11 Pro Max (6.5”) so sits nicely in the middle. It’s water-resistant up to 2 metres for 30 minutes. Made from aluminium and glass. And Apple is giving credit towards it when you trade in your old iPhone.
Colour options: Purple, Yellow, Green, Black, White, Red.
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iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max
The internals of all three models is almost identical. The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are the same, except for their size (5.8” and 6.5”) and £100 in the price tag.
Compared to the iPhone 11, they have a better (super retina, XDR OLED) display, are water-resistant up to 4 metres for 30 minutes and are made from stainless steel and glass. There’s a 512GB model available, HDR display, and a better pixel resolution if that’s your thing.
Colour options: Midnight Green, Silver, Space Grey, Gold.
So in summary… Consciousness is too subjective to properly define, bears probably go wherever they want (they’re bears) and if you’re due an upgrade then the good ship Apple shouldn’t disappoint.
But we wouldn’t blame you for waiting for next year’s rumoured 5G iPhone model if not.