iPhone 11 Pro review

The iPhone camera’s back on top.

iPhone Pro 11 review
(Image: © Apple)

Our Verdict

The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are incredibly expensive, but they are also fantastic phones across the board. Apple has finally stepped up to the plate with its latest camera, and when combined with the brightest screen around and zippy performance, we can’t help but be impressed.

For

  • Sensational camera system
  • Premium app experiences
  • Gorgeous display

Against

  • Very expensive
  • Screen scratches easily
  • No pen input

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With the new iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max having what some might call an astronomical price tag, Apple’s latest flagship phone needs to be sensationally good. 

It doesn’t look particularly new or fancy from the front though. With its big screen and visible black border all the way around and a hefty notch, it’s got a virtually identical fascia to that of the iPhone X or iPhone Xs. Adding to that familiarity, all iPhones run the same operating system, iOS, so look identical on the inside. So why would you pick up an iPhone 11 Pro over an older model? The answer is simple – the camera. 

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The Verdict
4.5

out of 10

Apple iPhone 11 Pro

The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are incredibly expensive, but they are also fantastic phones across the board. Apple has finally stepped up to the plate with its latest camera, and when combined with the brightest screen around and zippy performance, we can’t help but be impressed.

Basil Kronfli

Basil is a trained graphic designer and photography expert who geeks out over anything to do with digital imaging and sketching. Now a tech journalist and content director at a creative comms agency, he covers tech through a real-world lens, contributing to titles including Creative Bloq, Digital Camera World, Metro, T3, TechRadar and WIRED.