Shoot amazing videos and photos with the Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto cameras. Capture your best low-light photos with Night mode. Watch HDR movies and shows on the Super Retina XDR display—the brightest iPhone display yet. Experience unprecedented performance with A13 Bionic for gaming, augmented reality (AR), and photography. And get all-day battery life¹ and a new level of water resistance.² All in the first iPhone powerful enough to be called Pro.
5.8-inch Super Retina XDR OLED display³
Water and dust resistant (4 meters for up to 30 minutes, IP68)²
Triple-camera system with 12MP Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto cameras; Night mode, Portrait mode, and 4K video up to 60fp
12MP TrueDepth front camera with Portrait mode, 4K video, and Slo-Mo
Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay
A13 Bionic chip with third-generation Neural Engine
Fast charge with 18W adapter included
iOS 13 with Dark Mode, new tools for editing photos and video, and brand new privacy features
¹Battery life varies by use and configuration. See apple.com/batteries for more information.
²iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are splash, water, and dust resistant and were tested under controlled laboratory conditions; iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have a rating of IP68 under IEC standard 60529 (maximum depth of 4 meters up to 30 minutes).
Splash, water, and dust resistance are not permanent conditions and resistance might decrease as a result of normal wear. Do not attempt to charge a wet iPhone; refer to the user guide for cleaning and drying instructions. Liquid damage not covered under warranty.
³The display has rounded corners. When measured as a rectangle, the iPhone 11 Pro screen is 5.85 inches diagonally and the iPhone 11 Pro Max screen is 6.46 inches diagonally. Actual viewable area is less.
⁴Qi wireless chargers sold separately.
Apple iPhone 11 Pro 64GB
EarPods with Lightning connector
USB-C to Lightning cable
18W USB-C power adapter
Voice Assistant Built-in
Apple iOS 13
Video playback: Up to 18 hours; Video playback (streamed): Up to 11 hours; Audio playback: Up to 65 hours
A13 Bionic chip with third-generation Neural Engine
iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone 11 Pro 64GB
Data Plan Required
Additional Hardware Included
EarPods with Lightning connector, USB-C to Lightning cable, 18W USB-C power adapter
So, I’ll start out by saying that I had the Pixel 3 from the time it launched, to a week ago. So this review will have that experience sprinkled in...
I’ve had my iPhone 11 Pro for a week now. I went into the Verizon store, annoyed with my Pixel 3, and checked out every flagship currently out. There was ONE device that stood out to me above the rest... that was the 11 Pro!
Display: I have to commend Apple. The display on the 11 Pro is just beautiful! The blacks are TRUE. Colors are super accurate! And the all-screen aspect is immersive. It makes my Pixel 3 display look like a joke! That was one of my biggest issues with my Pixel. The display did not get very bright at all!
Performance: This is something Apple is known for. Pairing hardware and software extremely well and giving its users an unmatched experience. Well, paired with the beast of a processor in the A13, iOS 13 on the 11 Pro is just butter. There is an occasional stutter but it’s extremely rare. And to an inexperienced eye, most people probably won’t even notice.
This was actually my biggest reason for ditching my Pixel 3... ongoing buggy performance issues...
Battery: This is arguably the best part about the 11 Pro! Battery life on this device is just phenomenal! A full 10-12 hour work day of heavy use(I’m in the delivery industry and the phone gets used ALL day) gets me an average of 9h screen time! And... I still have 10-20% left when it goes back on the charger after long 16-18 hour day! I’ve actually gone OVER 10h screen time! Insane!
My Pixel struggled to get 6 hours screen time even with all adjustments to settings I made(same adjustments made on the iPhone). If I streamed music I was lucky to get 3-4 hours...
Camera: Well, cameras... lol. This is an area that I haven’t yet explored much. But I’ve taken a couple shots with the main camera and they were very good and clear with great colors. Equal to what my Pixel produced which is awesome! Looking forward to exploring the camera system more!
Reception: This is an area of the 11 Pro that I’ve been extremely impressed with! This phone probably has the best reception I’ve ever had on any phone! On Verizon, I’m rarely under even 3 signal bars! 80% of the time my reception is full! Just awesome!
My Pixel 3 struggled to stay above 3 signal bars for some reason... actually, I frequently had no reception...but did have service...
Speakers: Speakers on the 11 Pro are very good, uniform, and LOUD. Depending on the content your watching you’ll get a surround affect that’s pretty freaking cool! Awesome speakers!
Speakers on my Pixel 3 got fairly loud but weren’t uniform. If you were watching a video and got a text or something you could yell right away the speakers weren’t balanced.
Software: Well, it’s iOS! Lol... I could leave it at that. But after using ‘the best’ version of Android that Google has to offer. Even Android 10. I’ve come to appreciate using iOS more since getting my 11 Pro. Yes, Android offers more options regarding customizing the phone. But in the year that I had my Pixel 3, I rarely changed anything... and I realized that when I started messing with iOS at the Verizon store. I thought “but I can’t customize this... but, have I really even messed with my Pixel in the year I’ve had it? Actually, no I haven’t... so it’s really not a big deal to me”. And that’s also when I realized how logical iOS is laid out. Just a simple grid of icons and all you gotta do is lay them out intuitively. I’m right-handed so I have my most used apps on the bottom right and my less used on the top left... it makes sense! And, my user experience with iOS has been great! I don’t even care about ‘customizing’ anymore... I unlock my phone and everything is there! Intuitively laid out for very simple and FAST use! It’s great! Oh, and ‘tap and hold’ is like god mode on iOS! It’s shocking how much you can actually do within iOS by doing it! Now I have an idea why Tim Cook says iOS is the most advanced and powerful mobile OS on the planet! And speaking of unlocking!...
Face ID: Ya know, I have to admit, I gave Apple a lot of ish when they debuted Face ID because it seemed gimmicky to me. But now that I have it, man is it nice! I don’t miss having a fingerprint scanner at all! I touch the display, and within a second the phone is unlocked and I’m in! Very cool! It’s not without it issues. Like it can’t really detect you from angles. But it works awesome about 90% of the time! Including in the dark!
These are my initial impressions after a week of use. The 11 Pro basically checks all the boxes for me for a smartphone. Great display. Great camera system. Outstanding battery! Great performance. Excellent reception! Great security. Excellent software experience!
If you’re in the market, honestly with Apple behind the 11 Pro. You have an absolutely outstanding device that’ll be exactly that for years courtesy of Apple. Considering all iOS devices get 3-5 years of support. The price tag is actually justifiable.
I’m usually an Android guy but I decided to take the plunge back into iPhone after my friend let me use their 11Max and I have to say, apple, you may have won me back on this one. This camera is awesome! Built in wide angle, 4K at 30fps WITH stabilization, and a solid time lapse. You guys knocked it out of the park with this one.
Apple - iPhone 11 Pro 256GB - Midnight Green (Verizon) is Amazing, the face ID is the coolest feature for me to not have to type my password or pin in all the time. The picture quality is Fantastic and with 256 GB of room there is a lot of space for pictures and the battery life is really great.
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A:AnswerYes and no. It can only physically take 1 SIM card but you can also activate another number on it with the esim. It should work with Verizon since the Apple Watch on Verizon is also esim. Put your main number on the esim, then use the actual sim tray for the second number you may change more often.
A:AnswerMy iphone 7 128gb was worth 90 trade in so got the price after the black Friday $100 of promotion of about $809 which comes to $33.70 per month for 24 months for the Iphone 11 pro 64GB.
A:AnswerIf you mean, just open it (and not use a password)--you need to press top volume button on left side simultaneously pressing the large button on the right side of the unit (and I do mean the side, not just the left or right of the screen). It takes awhile; be patient.