iPhone 11 VS iPhone 11 pro-VS iPhone 11 pro max Apple's new machine which is better


The latest three Apple phones (iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro max) have been on shelves for a while now, can you tell the difference between the three? If not, follow along with this article to explore the similarities and differences between these new phones.

Shape design and size

It's easy to tell the difference between the iPhone 11 and its Pro counterpart, the iPhone 11 Pro, with its aluminum and glass body and a variety of colors -- purple and green are new additions, along with black, yellow, white, and red.

The frame of these phones is made of stainless steel, and the glass surface also has a matte finish. The color choices are conservative, though Apple does have a Midnight Green version, and some more traditional options like space gray, silver, and gold.


Apple emphasized the durability of the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max when launching the two phones. All three new iPhones are rated IP68 for dust and water resistance, though not all IP68 ratings are created equal. The iPhone 11 can be submerged in 2 meters of water for 30 minutes, while the pro version can be submerged in 4 meters of water for 30 minutes.

This year's models are the same size as the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, respectively. The iPhone 11 Pro Max is the tallest and widest of Apple's new phones, and it's also the heaviest. The iPhone 11 is the second tallest phone and the thickest, though at just under an inch. The iPhone 11 Pro is the smallest model. Like the last few iPhones, no member of the iPhone 11 family has a headphone jack.


Like the iPhone XR before it, the iPhone 11 uses an LCD panel, while the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have OLED screens. While the iPhone 11's 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display looks unchanged, it's brighter than the iPhone XR (652:589). The color gamut of the iPhone 11 is 113% of sRGB, and while the iPhone 11's colors are very accurate, it's nowhere near the gamut of an OLED panel.

When you look at the Super Retina XDR display on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, you can see why those models are more expensive. Both phones are super bright — our light meter shows 752 d-units for the iPhone 11 Pro, and 761 units for the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Therefore, the two phones are not at all an eyesore to use outdoors.

Colors on the Super Retina XDR display aren't as vibrant as you'll see from some OLED panels, though that's a deliberate choice Apple made when tweaking the display to desaturate. However, these colors are accurate.

Testing all three phones, we noticed one thing: the stereo sound makes a big difference when you're watching a video. A wider sound field, coupled with Dolby Atmos support, enables three-dimensional surround sound, creating a more immersive experience.


The iPhone 11 has a 6.1-inch display that sits squarely between the iPhone 11 Pro's 5.8-inch display and the iPhone 11 Pro Max's 6.5-inch display. Like the Liquid Retina display on the iPhone 11, the screens on the Pro line use Haptic Touch instead of 3D Touch.


The camera is probably the biggest difference between the new iPhones and the older models. The iPhone 11 has two rear cameras, a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens with an f/1.8 aperture and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens with an f/2.4 aperture. Dual cameras bring 2x optical zoom to Apple's entry-level flagship phone, the iPhone 11, and the ultra-wide lens' 120-degree viewing angle means you can capture more of your surroundings in images.


In addition to the above two cameras, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have added a third 12-megapixel telephoto lens. The telephoto lens has an f/2.0 aperture, which is 40 percent wider than the telephoto lens Apple introduced last year for the iPhone XS.


All three phones support many of the same camera features, despite the extra lens on the Pro models. Whether you have an iPhone 11 or a Pro model, the new Night Mode means better pictures in low light. All three new phones offer Quick Take, a new camera feature that lets you capture still images by long-pressing the shutter button while shooting live video. Even the upcoming Deep Fusion feature will work the same on all three iPhone 11 models.

The front-facing cameras on all three phones are 12-megapixel and feature the ability to shoot slow-motion video — what Apple calls "selfies." The front camera is also capable of shooting 4K video at 60 frames per second.

All three of the new iPhones performed impressively in our tests, including comparing the photos they took with images from leading camera phones from Google and Samsung. Night mode is especially popular, allowing Apple's new phones to take better photos in dim light.

In most photos, you can hardly tell the difference between the photos taken by the iPhone 11 and 11 pro and max cameras. The only exception is portrait shots, as both the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have the advantage of having a telephoto lens to focus on the subject.


In theory, the iPhone 11 isn't much different from the Pros, since all three phones use Apple's latest A13 Bionic processor. Since last year's A12 Bionic already outperforms recent Android flagships, it's safe to assume the gap will widen even further with this new chip.

Battery life

The iPhone 11 Pro Max averaged 11 hours and 54 minutes of continuous surfing time on an LTE network, the longest of any iPhone. The iPhone 11 Pro's 11:16 is also good, though a few minutes slower than the year-old XR's.

The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max charge more quickly. These models come with an 18w charger. On the iPhone 11 Max, the battery hit 55 percent after 30 minutes of charging—well, though the Samsung Note 10 Plus and One plus 7 charged faster. The iPhone 11 also supports faster charging, though you'll have to buy yourself an 18-watt adapter.


After testing all three of the new iPhones, it's clear that the iPhone 11 Pro Max is the best iPhone you can buy because of its big screen and great battery life. But not everyone is willing to skip these features. Luckily, the iPhone 11 is around $3,000 less and offers comparable performance and battery life. As for the iPhone 11 Pro, it's a solid choice if you like your phone to be a little smaller.

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