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The iPhone 11 comes in 64GB (Rs. 64,900), 128GB (Rs. 69,900), and 256GB (Rs. 79,900) storage options, just like the iPhone XR did at its launch. Benchmarks reveal that the iPhone 11 packs 4GB of RAM. The phone is now rated IP68 for water and dust resistance — the XR was IP67 — and should be able to survive at a depth of 2 metres for up to 30 minutes, though Apple’s warranty still won’t cover water damage.
- Night Mode helps this phone hold its own against the competition
- Performance and battery life are excellent
- This phone still ships with a 5 W charger in the box
Can the iPhone 11 build on the newly-found momentum of the iPhone XR to give. Apple a much-needed hit in the Indian market? Read on to find out.
iPhone 11 Design & Display
Save for the dual-camera setup at the back and new colour finishes, this phone looks identical to the iPhone XR. The two have the exact same dimensions (150.9×75.7×8.3mm) and weight (194g), and one could easily be mistaken for the other when seen straight on. Like before, the bezels on all sides of the display are noticeable, but not large enough to be a distraction.
This is made out of aluminium and glass — once again, the “toughest glass in a smartphone, front and back,” according to Apple. Not everything is the same though, as Apple has decided to mix it up when it comes to the colours. This will be available in new purple and green colour finishes, in addition to the yellow, black, white, and (Product) red colours also seen on the iPhone XR.
iPhone 11 Camera Review
Ok, we’ve waited long enough, let’s talk about the camera bump — or more accurately. At the top-left corner of the back of this phone is a squarish area that houses two cameras, the True Tone flash, and a mic. This area has a textured matte finish — compared to the glossy finish of the rest of the back — and is slightly raised compared to the rest of the body, with the two lenses jutting out even further.
The display is another area in which the iPhone is identical to the iPhone XR. This means you get a 6.1-inch LCD panel which, while best-in-class in terms of colour accuracy, brightness, and viewing angles, doesn’t have anywhere near the resolution or pixel density of its more expensive siblings, or for that matter many Android phones that cost about one-sixth of the iPhone 11’s asking price.
The LCD panel, of course, doesn’t have the richer blacks of the OLED panels on the iPhone XS and 11 Pro models, nor does it offer the dynamic range to let you view HDR content in all its glory. However, it does support the P3 wide colour gamut and Apple’s True Tone technology, which adapts the display’s colour tone based on ambient light conditions.
The maximum brightness of the panel on the iPhone 11 is rated at 625 nits, lower than that of the more expensive iPhone 11 Pro duo. In side-by-side comparisons in the same ambient lighting conditions, the iPhone 11 typically looked brighter than the iPhone 11 Pro Max, but that’s often the case when viewing an LCD panel alongside an OLED panel. The iPhone 11 Pro Max can, of course, hit much higher brightness levels — 800 nits under typical conditions, and 1200 nits when watching HDR content.
iPhone 11 specifications, performance, and battery life
While the iPhone 11 shares its exterior with the iPhone XR, it packs a few improvements under the hood. For starters, it’s powered by Apple’s brand new A13 Bionic chip which, Apple says, features two performance cores that are up to 20 percent faster than their equivalents in the A12 Bionic powering the previous-generation iPhone models, and use up to 30 percent less power.
The four efficiency cores in the A13 Bionic use up to 40 percent less power than their A12 equivalents, while offering performance improvements of up to 20 percent. Apple is claiming similar numbers — 20 percent faster, 40 percent more power efficient relative to the A12 — with the GPU in the A13.
An increasing number of apps use machine learning to enable new functionalities, and with Apple’s focus on privacy and on-device computing, the machine learning capabilities of the iPhone’s hardware are arguably more important than those of any other device. With that in mind, Apple has equipped the A13 Bionic with a neural engine that’s up to 20 percent faster, while using up to 15 percent less power.
Further boosting the machine learning capabilities of the A13 Bionic are two machine learning accelerators on the CPU designed to speed up specific tasks. Apple’s newest chip also includes a new machine learning controller for scheduling machine learning tasks across these units.
So what does this mean in the real world? As expected, the iPhone 11 handled everything that we threw at it without any problems. Playing games like Asphalt 9: Legends was a breeze, with plenty of detail clearly visible throughout all areas, and an expectedly stutter-free experience in even the busiest of scenes.
Android flagships are only now starting to come close to the benchmark scores recorded by last year’s iPhone models, and the A13 Bionic-powered 2019 iPhones are set to move the goalposts even further. The iPhone 11 scored 5,469 and 13,550 in Geekbench 4’s single- and multi-core tests, which is around 20 percent higher than the fastest Android smartphones out there right now.
In 3DMark Sling Shot Extreme Unlimited — which is used to test raw CPU and GPU power — the iPhone 11 scored 97,510 points, which is more than 50 percent higher than what we’ve seen on any Android smartphone, which underlines Apple’s lead in terms of silicon engineering.
There’s support for Gigabit-class LTE — if you can find the networks to go with it — and the iPhone 11 family supports Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5, which makes them reasonably future-proof in the wireless department. Apple says the iPhone 11 trio also support “Bluetooth beamforming”, which should enable up to 45 percent more range than the iPhone XR when streaming audio.
Like before, there’s dual-SIM support thanks to the eSIM, which only Airtel and Reliance Jio support in India at the moment. The software experience of using the iPhone with two active SIMs hasn’t changed since we documented it in our iPhone XR review.
All three new iPhone models support Dolby Atmos, which elevates the media consumption experience, especially when you are viewing content that’s encoded for this standard. Even while listening to music, podcasts, or watching typical YouTube videos, the stereo speakers get sufficiently loud.
The iPhone 11 trio come with identical Face ID capabilities for unlocking themselves in a fast and secure manner. Like before, Face ID works flawlessly in all kinds of lightning conditions, even when it’s pitch dark. Apple claims that with iOS 13, Face ID is up to 30 percent faster, offers greater range, and “support for more angles”.
We found it hard to verify these claims, especially since we had no Face ID-related complaints to begin with. One thing that’s missing is the ability to unlock the phone in any orientation, like you can with the latest iPad Pro models, but that’s understandable as we don’t expect to pick up and start using a phone in landscape mode.
iPhone 11 no more iPhone branding at the back!
Apart from Face ID-related improvements, iOS 13 also brings a host of changes like system-wide Dark Mode; revamped Photos and Reminders apps; enhancements to the Messages app; the ability to give Siri an Indian voice; and more. For a more in-depth look at iOS 13, read our iPhone 11 Pro Max review.
Though Apple doesn’t officially reveal the battery sizes (or amounts of RAM) of iOS devices, the battery on the iPhone 11 is said to be marginally bigger than that of the iPhone XR. However, the power efficiency of the A13 Bionic really shines through, as the iPhone 11 managed to last 15 hours and 20 minutes in our HD battery loop test, which is exactly two hours more than what the iPhone XR managed.