iPhone 11 – All details

iPhone 11 price − How much will the new iPhone cost?

Apple will be selling the iPhone 11 for $699 in the US, but a much steeper £729 in the UK.
That’s still cheaper than the $749/£749 launch price of the outgoing iPhone XR, and it feels like the most affordable iPhone we’ve seen in many years.
 
This year the ‘true flagships’ in terms of both specs and price are the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
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It’s available in a pleasing range of color schemes: yellow, purple, green, white, black and (PRODUCT)RED.
 
Here’s the full pricing breakdown, in both £s and $s:
iPhone 11: £729 (64GB); £779 (128GB); £879 (256GB)
iPhone 11: $699 (64GB); $749 (128GB); $849 (256GB)
In previous years the price in dollars was matched exactly by the price in Sterling, which put UK customers at a slight disadvantage due to the exchange rate. But this year the price is pounds is significantly more expensive. The bad news for Brits is likely due to Apple taking precautions for a possible fall in the value of the pound due to Brexit.
 
Sky Mobile has already announced its tariff prices, with preorders going live this Friday. If you’re already a Sky Mobile customer who’s more than 31 days into their contract, you can jump over to the iPhone 11 thanks to the Swap 12 and Swap 24 programmes.
 
Sky Mobile’s tariffs are as follows:
1GB: Swap 24 – £32/month and no upfront cost, Swap 12 – £47/month and £49 upfront
10GB: Swap 24 – £36/month and no upfront cost, Swap 12 – £51/month and £49 upfront
50GB: Swap 24 – £61/month and no upfront cost, Swap 12 – £76/month and £49 upfront

 

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As the multitude of leaks had suggested, iPhone 11 has a large massive camera bump on its back, to house its new double-camera array. That bump looks considerably chunkier than the ones you’ll find on the back of Android flagships like the Huawei P30 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S10, and it’s bound to divide Apple fans.
 
The divisive screen notch was popularized by the iPhone X two years ago, but many Android manufacturers have now ditched it for more subtle solutions including the teardrop notch, cutout camera, and pop-up camera. Apple has clung onto the notch for another year at least, and it’s starting to look a bit dated in comparison.
 
While the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max boast OLED displays, the iPhone 11 has to make to do with LCD. Apple is still sticking with the “Liquid Retina” moniker for the iPhone 11 display instead of adopting the new “Super Retina XDR“, and it remains 6.1-inches large with a resolution that’s only slightly above 720p.
 

iPhone 11 specs

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The iPhone 11 packs an A13 Bionic CPU. It entered production in May, according to Bloomberg and it keeps the same 7nm architecture as before. Apple said during its demos that this was the fastest chip on the market both in terms of performance and graphics.
 
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reckons the iPhone 11 packs 4GB of RAM − just like the iPhone XS − but iOS optimization makes the most of what seems to be a relatively stingy amount of memory in comparison to competitors, which increasingly pack in up to 12GB of memory.
 
As usual, Apple didn’t mention RAM at all on stage, so we’ll have to wait for a teardown to know more.
iOS 13 will ship on the new iPhone 11 and this brings highly-requested features like a system-wide dark mode, improved mapping service and more.

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