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  • - Hey guys, this is Austin.

  • You should not buy the iPhone 11 Pro.

  • Let me explain.

  • So some of you might know I've spent

  • the last year using the iPhone XR

  • and there are a bunch of reasons for that

  • but the main one has absolutely been battery life.

  • However, this year things have changed

  • in a pretty major way.

  • So, gone is the iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max,

  • and now we have three new models.

  • The iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max,

  • because I guess they took some notes

  • out of Samsung's naming scheme (laughs).

  • At their core, these new iPhones

  • are very similar to last generation.

  • So you can think of the 11

  • very much as the follow up to the XR.

  • I definitely appreciate the new colors

  • but beyond the new dual camera setup,

  • which I will talk a little bit more about later,

  • the rest of the design is very similar.

  • So, you still get basically the same displays.

  • So no OLED.

  • It's not high resolution.

  • That's fine for me,

  • but there's some other things that actually

  • make the iPhone 11 a pretty compelling upgrade.

  • Of course, this does have the new Apple A13 bionic chip.

  • Now, it doesn't seem like it's a major upgrade this year.

  • In fact, the A12 is already incredibly fast.

  • But you are getting somewhere in the neighborhood of

  • about 20% CPU performance

  • and significantly better graphics performance.

  • As always, they show some really high-end games on stage,

  • which are great, but the main thing here really is

  • the camera upgrade.

  • Something else that hasn't changed is the notch.

  • So all the iPhone 11 models had, pretty much,

  • the exact same massive notch as the last generation.

  • Now, I mean yeah, I'm not really a big fan.

  • Especially given that you can get some very cheap phones

  • for some very small notches.

  • However, at least they've seen

  • a couple of upgrades this year.

  • Including, better face ID, as well as, supposedly

  • a much better forward facing camera with a wider angle lens.

  • But the real star of the show here are the cameras

  • on the back of the device.

  • The iPhone XR, alongside I guess, the Pixel 3

  • was one the very last phones that only had

  • a single rear-facing camera.

  • However, the iPhone 11 bumps that up to two.

  • So you have a improved sensor

  • on the standard shooter, which was nice.

  • But the main thing here, really is

  • the new wide angle camera.

  • Now, with a 13 millimeter wide angle focal length,

  • essentially, you're getting

  • double the amount of stuff in frame.

  • Footage in frame.

  • Things in frame (laughs)

  • - [Man Off Camera] There are way better ways to say that.

  • - I ran out of words.

  • For a more visual representation,

  • Ken, can you please zoom all the way in on the camera?

  • This is what the standard angle looks like.

  • And then if you zoom out, this is what the wide angle

  • will look like.

  • See, visual representation.

  • Gotta teach the kids.

  • Real talk, though.

  • I'm a huge fan of having a wide angle camera on a phone.

  • I think it makes so much sense.

  • In fact, one of the main downsides with the XR

  • compared to the XS, was it didn't have

  • that telephoto camera.

  • But as far as I'm concerned, it's not all that useful,

  • at least in the past.

  • I'll talk a little bit about some of the upgrades

  • on that in a second.

  • But, the main thing here is that you're going to be getting

  • a lot of major improvements on the camera side.

  • Because, not only do you have the improved standard camera

  • and the wide angle, but you can seamlessly

  • move between them.

  • And one of my favorite things they showed at the keynote,

  • was you actually can, while you're

  • taking a photo in standard, you actually can see

  • on the sides of the camera app what will be in the wide.

  • So it's very easy to switch back and forth.

  • They've also improved the portrait mode,

  • especially considering that you can now

  • use it on the ultra-wide camera.

  • But the thing I'm really excited to see is night mode.

  • Now, the iPhone, for a while, was really good

  • on the camera front.

  • But in the last couple of years, feels like

  • it has been passed by a lot of devices such as the Pixel.

  • Especially, the Pixel really pioneered the idea of doing

  • a dedicated night mode.

  • However, that is now a feature in the iPhone 11,

  • the Pro, the Max, all that kind of stuff.

  • And essentially, it works in a very similar way.

  • So of course, Apple's using all their wonderful buzz words

  • and why it's so powerful, and magical, and everything.

  • But, the idea here is that you should see significantly

  • better low-light performance on the iPhone 11.

  • And I mean, great, 'cause it needed it.

  • The video also looks really impressive.

  • So the iPhone, as far as I'm concerned,

  • already has the best video on any smart phone out right now.

  • And now you'll see better dynamic range.

  • You'll also see better stabilization,

  • and you can seamlessly move between your wide,

  • as well as, your standard cameras.

  • All really good stuff, especially considering

  • it will go all the way up to 4K60.

  • Side note: The front facing camera also now gets

  • these same improvements.

  • So you can shoot in 4K.

  • You can also shoot slow motion, known as a "slofie".

  • Aw, I said it.

  • Oh, I said (stammers) oh.

  • Wait, I mean...

  • So yeah, slofie.

  • There are some other nice benefits,

  • including, you do now have WIFI 6 onboard.

  • As well as, one of the nice things is the water resistance

  • is a little bit better.

  • So I believe it is now two meters for 30 minutes.

  • But, I mean, shouldn't make a huge difference.

  • Essentially, my favorite part of the iPhone 11,

  • sorry gather around here.

  • Get a little closer.

  • Is it is now cheaper.

  • Yes, my friends.

  • The new iPhone is cheaper than last year.

  • So whereas the iPhone XR started at $749,

  • the new iPhone 11 is $699.

  • And honestly, that's a really good deal.

  • Especially when you compare it to the iPhone 11 Pro.

  • The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are very much followups

  • to the iPhone XS, as well as, the XS Max.

  • They're basically the same size, and from the front,

  • they're nearly identical.

  • And when you flip them around to the back,

  • there are some slight changes.

  • Including, the triple camera.

  • Now, yes, it is wonderful to have triple cameras.

  • But man, I can't help but think it's ugly.

  • Like especially when they showed

  • that shot of the iPhone 11 in the case.

  • Like, the 11 by itself with two cameras looks fine.

  • But the weird, triple camera thing,

  • like, Jony Ive, man.

  • He's gone for five minutes and they've already done this.

  • To be fair, I'm sure everyone will get used to it

  • in, like, three months, but I just can't unsee it.

  • Just looks like the Mickey Mouse ears.

  • I think the iPhone 11, straight up,

  • is a better looking phone.

  • Now, there are some new advantages, as far as,

  • the colors, to the Pro.

  • So there's this cool, like, what do they call it?

  • Midnight green?

  • - [Man Off Camera] Midnight green.

  • - There's midnight green, space gray, silver, and gold.

  • The midnight green does look cool, I will say.

  • But, the camera's not particularly impressive looking.

  • Now, there are some other advantages here.

  • So, the display is better.

  • You've got up to 1200 nits of brightness.

  • They've now named it the XDR display

  • to sell more Mac Pros, or something.

  • - [Man Off Camera] No, retina...

  • - Retina, wait no sorry, it's the Super Retina XDR.

  • Because, of course, it is.

  • But importantly, it is also now more energy efficient.

  • According to Apple, it is 15% better.

  • And that, actually, should make a big difference

  • for battery life.

  • Because with the previous generation of iPhones,

  • those OLED displays used a lot of power, even at idle.

  • So thankfully, it looks like they done,

  • at least, something to kind of fix that.

  • Fix that, fix that.

  • Battery life, actually, is one of the

  • bigger advantages going up to these new models.

  • So while the XR vs. 11 isn't huge, it's only an extra

  • hour of battery life on the 11.

  • However, the XR already had phenomenal battery life,

  • so I'm certainly not complaining there.

  • However, the Pro models are leagues better.

  • So when you look at the XS vs. the Pro,

  • you're getting four hours more battery life.

  • Now, that sounds super impressive,

  • however, the battery life was terrible on the XS,

  • so that's probably getting it,

  • probably, closer to , like, the XR/11 range.

  • And when you go from the iPhone XS Max

  • to the iPhone 11 Pro Max,

  • you're getting five hours more battery life.

  • It's gonna take me so long to get that name right.

  • iPhone 11 Pro Max.

  • Real talk though.

  • Batter life is great, huge fan of battery life.

  • And honestly, the iPhone XR, I continued

  • to use it for a year.

  • Purely because, it is, by far,

  • the best battery on any iPhone.

  • So the fact that the 11 is getting an upgrade,

  • as well as, the Pro seem to be at least on that same plane,

  • is a huge, huge win.

  • But really, what is separating the iPhone 11 Pro

  • from the standard 11 is that third camera.

  • So in addition to the ultra-wide camera

  • and the standard wide angle, you do have the telephoto.

  • Now, it is only a 2X telephoto, as opposed to a 3X

  • or more on a lot of other devices right now.

  • But it's a nice spread.

  • Essentially, it gives you a

  • 13 millimeter equivalent, 26 and 52.

  • And all of the stuff was being able to use

  • two cameras and video and photos on the 11,

  • comes across with all three cameras on the Pro.

  • I've actually not been a huge fan of telephoto

  • on previous iPhones, mostly because

  • it just really wasn't very good.

  • It had a fairly low F2.8 aperture.

  • And, generally speaking, especially in lower light

  • it looks trash compared to the main camera.

  • However, this here is a much wider F2 aperture,

  • which should get it much, much closer

  • to that wide angle camera.

  • And on top of that, there's also a new deep fusion feature,

  • which essentially, will take four stills

  • before you hit the shutter button.

  • One long exposure when you hit it, and then four after.

  • And merge them all in less than a second,

  • to what should be a very high quality image.

  • However, this is something we'll have to test later,

  • because it is coming in a software update this fall.

  • So it won't be ready for launch.

  • But, generally speaking, the camera does

  • look to be a major upgrade this year.

  • But that's pretty much it as far as upgrades.

  • Which brings me to the main point of this video.

  • The iPhone 11 is simply a better choice this year, I think.

  • So let's go over what you don't get this year.

  • So there's no USB-C.

  • All the phones use lightning.

  • There's no higher refresh rate display,

  • which would be really nice.

  • Especially compared to things like

  • the OnePlus or the ROG phone.