We’re glad Apple kept the naming convention simpler this year. We got our hands on the iPhone 11 Pro in midnight green, and here’s what we think.
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It was only a matter of time before we got South African pricing for the iPhone 11 and it’s turned up just in time to dent your ailing wallet. The base iPhone 11 officially starts at
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The back of the iPhone 11 Pro sports three cameras with different focal lengths. Despite still being only 12 megapixels each, in this era of filters and digital enhancements, pixel-count is no longer the crucial metric.
We have it on good authority that Apple’s new iPhone 11 Pro likes it rough. Or, at least, it can withstand a bit of rough treatment. That’s the message being sent by Apple’s new iPhone 11 Pro commercial, which sees the flagship smartphone propped in a wind tunnel and pelted with… everything.
Apple rolled out its trade-in programme after the launch of the iPhone 11, which will allow anyone who has an iPhone 7 and up to save some money when they upgrade at the iStore.
We have seen the future and it is colourful. Apple’s made the iPhone 11 official and it looks for all the world like the budget iPhones we’ve seen in the past. You know, quirky design and colourful options (including purple, yellow, red, and black). But this is the base model, rather than something featuring stripped back hardware
We’ve been expecting this: Apple’s made this year’s iPhone day official and, as was estimated earlier this month, the day’s going to be 10 September.