Apple released its newest and possibly sleekest iPhone model in September 2019, the iPhone 11. This, along with the iPhone 11 Pro & iPhone 11 Pro Max, make up the 11th gen iPhone family, following on from the iPhone XS. With the price dropping after the release of the iPhone 12 and the specs still incredible, it's a no brainer of a phone choice. The only real question you have to ask yourself is which model to choose.
The 11th generation iPhone is an excellent, high-spec smartphone powered by an A13 bionic chip, Apple's fastest processor to date. It has a stunning 12-megapixel camera with digital and optical zoom and slightly longer battery life than its predecessor - the battery life is even described as epic by Forbes, no less. If you are looking for the most up-to-date, advanced smartphone technology, the iPhone 11 is one of the top models on the market.
All 3 versions feature Bluetooth 5.0, NFC with reader mode, and in-built GPS, though they vary when it comes to screen size and capacity. When choosing an iPhone, focus on the features that are most important to you - screen size, capacity, and camera specs (photos as well as videos) tend to top the list when it comes to deciding factors for a lot of people.
Of course nothing from Apple comes cheap, that goes without saying, end of story. As with all Apple products, the 3 renditions of the iPhone 11 are very highly desirable, and also very highly-priced when purchased new. The cost of this phone has dropped a bit since its initial release but you're still looking at about a grand for a new iPhone 11 Pro. A refurbished iPhone 11 Pro however, comes with a far better price tag and can offer huge savings of between 20 and 30%. Those savings could easily get you a pair of Airpods to go with your new smartphone.
Let's face it, if the camera is one of the most important smartphone features for you, the iPhone just cannot be beaten for the crisp, Instagram-worthy pictures it takes. It just makes life look shiny and fresh. The front facing camera is a 2-in-1, 12 megapixel, wide-angle lens and ultra-wide angle lens. Portrait mode on the 11th generation iPhone deserves a special mention; it has an advanced bokeh setting - who doesn't love a bit of soft, dreamy lighting - depth-control and also 6 lighting effects including natural, contour and stage.
Each iPhone 11 model captures true to life photos and also shoots superb 4K video. Apple's QuickTake feature lets you take a video without changing modes. If you are wondering how the iPhone 11 video recording compares with the iPhone XR, there was some qualitative research done here by Lucky Paws. to demonstrate the difference. Also good if you fancy watching kittens roam about for five minutes.
At Back Market, we work with a select group of 1000 refurbishment technicians. All are certified professionals and all adhere to our guidelines for quality assurance. The refurbished phones available on our platform are sold with an individual description, so you know exactly what the condition and status of your new device will be. They are also priced fairly and according to their status. We value transparency and want you to know the exact quality of a refurbished product before you make a purchase. For peace of mind, all our used iPhone 11 phones also come with a minimum 1-year warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee.
The best things about buying a used iPhone are 1. cheaper and 2. recycling! Many refurbished smartphones are pretty much like brand new. Some may have minor scratches on the body, for instance. Internal parts will often be completely replaced in refurbished smartphones. Prices vary depending on the model and condition, but there are huge savings to be had. Additionally, buying a refurbished phone or any piece of tech is a more eco-friendly option, cutting down massively on environmental waste. It gives a perfectly good device a second life. To date, backmarket.co.uk have been able to prevent the creation of 1700 tons of electronic waste thanks to refurbishing and renewing devices and appliances - a crucial movement to support in this day and age.
When not talking about the latest eco-friendly tech and reducing our carbon footprint, Brian enjoys the odd game of football, a classic horror (book or film) or just to kick back with a beer or a proper Scottish whisky. Slàinte Mhath!
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