Apple's iPhone 11 is the 2019 replacement for the immensely popular 2018 iPhone XR. AppleInsider pits both phones against each another to test what may be the most important consumer feature — the camera quality.
Apple's 2019 iPhones are off to a strong start in terms of sales in the United States, analysts at UBS claim, but the firm's data suggests customers may have to wait longer to get hold of the iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro models than customers did for the 2018 releases.
Last year's iPhone XR was a good phone, but the 2019 iPhone 11 is a standout. It has enough new features that it's going to tempt people who would otherwise have gone for the more expensive models. Here are our pick of the top reasons why iPhone 11 is superb.
The just-launched iPhone 11 is similar to the iPhone XR in many respects, but still has its fair share of upgrades from the earlier model. AppleInsider weighs up whether it's a good idea for iPhone XR owners to move over to the newest model in Apple's iPhone lineup.
The clearest improvement in the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, is the camera. Choosing between them is more difficult than you'd expect though, and especially if you're considering whether it's worth upgrading from last year's models.
Alongside the launch of new OLED models, Apple has revealed a spiritual successor to the iPhone XR, with the iPhone 11 offering a similar form and LCD screen, but this time with two cameras on the back instead of one.
Benchmark scores logged with Primate Labs' online Geekbench 4 tool detail a heretofore unknown iPhone model equipped with an unidentified six-core ARM processor boasting 4GB of RAM, specifications that match rumors of an anticipated 2019 iPhone XR follow-up.
As part of a major investment in customer relations enhancements, British Airways on Wednesday announced plans to outfit its 15,000 cabin crew employees with an iPhone XR loaded with personalized in-flight service apps.
Apple shipped 1.3 million fewer iPhones to Europe in the second quarter, analysis of the smartphone market has revealed, a fall of 17% year-on-year, meanwhile Android-based rivals Xiaomi and Samsung are seeing considerable shipment growth over the same period.
The iPhone XR was the best-selling smartphone in the United States in the second quarter, according to research from Kantar, but the share of iOS device sales seem to have slipped in both the US and major European markets while Android vendors enjoy growth during the same period.