Apple iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max - Rebirth of the Phone Camera
Apple launched three iPhone 11 variants in September last year with one thing in mind, "camera". It was evident in the unpacking event where most of the time was spent talking about it. Anyone who has purchased a mobile device in the past knows that there is an abundance of choices when it comes to phone cameras. Fortunately, there is a camera for everyone regardless of the budget but one thing is for sure, no one beats Apple at image post-processing, thanks to its silky smooth IOS.
Although the Android market is no shrinking violet in the world of smartphones, it was Apple that paved the way and introduced a lot of innovative features. As such, the Apple brand has become synonymous with the world of smartphones, making it a popular choice among consumers. However, not everyone will have the budget available for the latest and greatest smartphone, but this is not an issue. Many assume that the features that they’re paying for will be used at some point but given the general usage of handset averages three to four years, many can find that they’re upgrading their device without ever using all the features.
Apple has released many iterations of its iconic iPhone, meaning that even those with a tight budget can still enjoy the premium experience and features that Apple offers by buying a refurbished device.
One of the most recent iterations is the 11 and its two variants. On the surface, there is a lot of similarities between the handsets, but there are also some differences that need to be considered.
11: 6.1-inch Liquid Retina Display – 1792 x 828 Resolution
Pro: 5.8- inch Super Retina XDR – 2436 x 1125 Resolution
Max: 6.5-inch Super Retina XDR – 2688 x 1242
11: Camera 1 – 12MP Wide – Camera 2 – 12 MP Ultra-Wide
· Pro: Camera 1 – 12MP Wide – Camera 2 – 12MP Telephoto –
Camera 3 – 12MP Ultra-Wide.
Max: Camera 1 – 12MP Wide – Camera 2 – 12MP Telephoto
– Camera 3 – 12MP Ultra-Wide.
11: 3,110 mAh Battery
Pro: 3,046 mAh Battery
Max: 3,969 mAh Battery
All three handsets make use of the A13 Bionic processing, which is powerful enough to power devices larger than a smartphone. The only differences seen in performance will be in relation to the display, but even in these instances, the chipset is designed to deliver the best performance in every scenario.
Choosing which of three handsets is most suitable will depend on what they are hoping to use their handset for. For example, those looking for long battery life and plenty of features in relation to photography will be best considering the Max variant. Those who are more casual users often find that the original iteration; it is more than capable of meeting their requirements. The price paid for a smartphone will depend on the components used, so establishing what the phone will be used to allows for a premium experience at an affordable price.
Price in Australia
All 3 devices launched together in September 2019. The 3 mammoth flagship devices had the same A13 Bionic chipset from Apple however the screen sizes and back camera were the distinguishing factors. All three models have a few different choices of storage space.
- iPhone 11
64 Gb $1199 AUD
128 Gb $1279 AUD
256 Gb $1449 AUD
- iPhone 11 Pro
64 Gb $1749 AUD
256 Gb $1999 AUD
512 Gb $2349 AUD
- iPhone 11 Pro Max
64 Gb $1900 AUD
256 Gb $2150 AUD
512 Gb $2500 AUD
Where to buy cases?
As with all the new Apple models, these 3 variants came with a new round of accessories including cases and screen protectors. Be sure you check out the complete range of accessories for the 3 models at Phonebot.
Where to buy one ?
If you want to buy iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max in Australia you can compare our prices with that of the Apple website or you can check third-party resellers like Officeworks, Harvey Norman, Binglee, and JB Hifi. You can buy one depending on which screen size you prefer, your budget, or your storage needs. Phonebot offers great deals on all the 3 devices unlocked and cheaper than the market price and its perfectly ok to buy a refurbished device. Mobile networks like Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone also offer quite expensive month to month plans for people who don't like to pay upfront.
Screen replacement cost. Is it worth it in 2020?
Apple iPhone 11 screens are not as expensive as the 11 Pro or the Pro Max screens simply because the former uses an LCD display panel much like the XR, while the latter uses an OLED display like its predecessor, the XS. iPhone 11 screen replacements shouldn't set you back more than $200 in 2020. As for the other variants, you should be looking to pay anywhere between $200-$340 AUD (part+labor) depending on where you get it fixed from. Some phone repair places located inside a shopping centre or in regional areas might charge a bit more than repair places elsewhere but all screen replacements should come with a warranty. Ask our friendly staff for screen replacement options for reliable and expert advice.