iPhone vs iPhone 11
The iPhone 11 is now officially available at Apple Stores around the world as well as other retailers.
We Know Many iPhone X users are considering upgrading to the latest iPhone 11.
Read on as we compare both phones.
Let’s start by talking about the display technology on both phones. The iPhone 11 features an LCD “Liquid Retina” display with a 1792×828 resolution, while the iPhone X features an OLED display with a resolution of 2436×1125, for 458 PPI.
Apple’s Liquid Retina display is a more advanced technology and it offers more screen brightness and renders color better.
The iPhone 11 features a 6.1-inch display, whereas the iPhone X features a 5.8-inch display.
As for the design, the iPhone 11 and iPhone X are very similar, but does have a few key differences. The iPhone 11 features a aluminum, while the body iPhone X has a stainless steel.
The iPhone 11 is available in colors including white, black, yellow, red, green, and purple, while the iPhone X was only sold in space gray and silver.
Apple says the iPhone 11 is more durable than past iPhone models, while it also offers improved water resistance.
Interestingly, the iPhone X has a dual-camera with a wide angle lens and telephoto lens (ois 2x optical zoom). This means you get to zoom closer to objects without comprising photo quality.
iPhone 11 also features a dual-camera setup with wide angle and ultra wide angle lenses. This means you don’t get the ability to zoom in on objects, but you do get a wider field of view.
iPhone vs iPhone 11
Another major improvement on the camera of the iPhone 11 is the Night Mode. This feature brightens up images taken in low-light environments.
It also features improved True Tone flash, as well as features for Bokeh and Depth Control, allowing you to adjust the background blur and depth after taking a photo.
The iPhone 11’s front camera has been upgraded to 12MP and supports 4K video recording at 24 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps. There’s also support for slo-mo 1080p video at 120 fps. The iPhone X features a 7MP front camera with support for 1080P video.
The iPhone 11 packs the newer A13 Bionic processor, while the iPhone X is powered by Apple A11 Bionic processor which is still incredibly powerful.
Apple says the iPhone 11 offers up to 17 hours of video playback, while the iPhone X offers up to 13 hours.
The original price for the iPhone 11 is $699. The iPhone X starts at $999 when it was launched in 2017.
The iPhone X is still an awesome device, and Apple will continue updating it for years to come.
We’ve heard rumors that iPhone 2020 might be a bit more significant with the OLED display coming to all models, 5G support, and more.