Updated: Dec 23, 2021
Apple has seen what most people want from the iPhone 11. Unless you’re a complete sucker for an OLED display, or particularly want the zoomed telephoto lens, there isn’t much you’re missing out on by not getting the Pro model. Especially when you consider the over £300/$300 saving you’re making.
If you’re coming from an iPhone XR you might want to wait a year and see what the 2020 iPhone brings. However, if you’re updating an older iPhone then you’ll notice the vast array of improvements to camera, battery life and overall design straight away.
A great phone, the iPhone 11 is the default Apple flagship for the next year and it’s worthy of that crown. An excellent camera and strong battery life make this is an easy choice.
The iPhone 11 is the successor to the excellent iPhone XR and it is the best overall iPhone you can buy this year.
The iPhone 12 packs even better cameras, an OLED display and 5G speeds and remains on sale at a reduced cost. The iPhone 13 specs are even more impressive. But the iPhone 11 remains a good phone for those looking to spend less.
With the iPhone 11, you still get a bright and colorful screen, good performance, excellent image quality and long battery life. The only strikes against the iPhone 11 other than the newer phones in Apple's lineup are its skimpy 64GB of storage in the base model and that the fast charger costs extra.