iPhone 11 and 11 Pro review: Are they for you?

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The newest iPhones are here: the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. This year’s iPhones don’t dive into emerging technologies like 5G or folding screens, but they do offer plenty of practical upgrades. Scott Stein has spent a week playing with the night mode and everything else the new iPhones have to offer.

Produced by Drew Evans, Nic Henry, and Marta Franco
Edited by Nic Henry and Marta Franco
Graphics by Viva Tung and Drew Evans

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21 thoughts on “iPhone 11 and 11 Pro review: Are they for you?”

  1. How could I miss this amazing video !!!! You have just presented these iphones in the best possible way ever ……………. much thanks

  2. Thanks for review in Ur opinion which should i get I just like listening to music and thing movies what kind headphones should I get I like loud music also is camera not good on iPhone 11 thanks

  3. Need to buy a new phone for myself. I am confused between Xs and Iphone 11, which one to buy! Although, APPLE is not selling Xs anymore but can get through some other phone retailers. Actually, the handy design and prestigious appearance of Xs attracts me. So please suggest which one to buy Xs or 11? As I am a person who would keep phone for a loner time, say 2-3 years.

    Thanks in advance

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  5. Iโ€™m torn between a 11 or a 11 pro, what does everyone recommend??? I love taking photos but Iโ€™ve currently got a 7plus which ive had for nearly 4 years also my battery is at 78% capacity so I need to upgrade. I want a smaller phone then my 7plus but I donโ€™t like changing phones so Iโ€™m planning to keep my new one for at least 3 years once I get it

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