Apple iPhone 11 Pro hands-on review – Stuff

That camera isn’t just the biggest change to the iPhone’s look, it’s the most significant new feature as well. At this stage it’s hard to know exactly how good it is, but it clearly has incredible potential. Apple’s sample shots look amazing and if the efforts made by non-professional photographers like us come anywhere near, this will be a great camera phone. It already has a novel and enjoyable interface. The image on screen showing what the camera shows appears as you’d expect it to, except there’s a bigger photo area framing it. This is what the ultra-wide lens sees. If that’s what you want in the photo, you can switch lenses with a tap. The interface is broadly recognisable as similar to previous iPhone camera features but with extra flourishes. There are also extra effects. The most striking is one where the background is bleached white and the subject brought into sharp relief. The effect is all the more striking because the image is bled dry of colour to create a high-contrast monochrome shot. Of course, there’s more to a phone than just its camera. And one feature that’s different is 3D Touch. It’s gone. This is the haptic feedback effect that accompanies a firm press on an app icon, say, to reveal a drop-down menu. That’s now been replaced by Haptic Touch, a system introduced on the iPhone XR and now extended to the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, and becoming a decent replacement thanks to gaining more widespread uses. While some found it slower and less effective on the iPhone XR than 3D Touch, here Haptic Touch seems to be almost indistinguishable from the 3D Touch that preceded it. A faster processor promises lightning-fast responses and powerful graphics, though we’ll have to wait to try this out to assess this. Battery life is also significantly improved on the new models. Apple claims the iPhone Pro’s battery will last four hours longer than on the iPhone XS, and on the larger iPhone Pro Max, it’s a whopping five hours better. Those are impressive claims, so let’s hope they stand up to real-life testing.
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