Shop the brand new (and best yet) iPhone 11 at Carphone Warehouse

It's an event eagerly anticipated by millions every year: The release of this year's new iPhone model.

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Apple has announced the newest iPhone model, the iPhone 11, and its sibling models, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

The brand new phones will be available to purchase as of 20 September 2019 but if you just can’t wait to get your name on that list then you can preorder any of the new models from Carphone Warehouse as of 13 September 2019.

As always, there was a lot of hype and speculation around exactly what the new iPhone model would look like, what new features it would offer and, of course, how much it would cost. So now that Apple has officially announced the model, just what does it entail?

We take a closer look at the new models below and highlight some of the most important features you should know about before you order.

iPhone 11

iPhone 11 from Carphone Warehouse

Screen size: 6.1"
Storage options: 64GB, 128GB, 256GB
Cameras: 1MP Wide & 12MP Ultra Wide
Colours: Black, green, yellow, purple, red & white
Pricing: From £729

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iPhone 11 Pro

iPhone 11 Pro from Carphone Warehouse

Screen size: 5.8"
Storage options: 64GB, 256GB, 512GB
Cameras: 12MP Wide, 12MP Ultra Wide & telephoto
Colours: Gold, grey, silver & green
Pricing: From £1,049

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iPhone 11 Pro Max

iPhone 11 Pro Max from Carphone Warehouse

Screen size: 6.5"
Storage options: 64GB, 256GB, 512GB
Cameras: 12MP Wide, 12MP Ultra Wide & telephoto
Colours: Gold, grey, silver & green
Pricing: From £1,149

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How does the new iPhone 11 Pro differ from the iPhone XS?

The iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone XS are the two most comparable models of the old and new generation. Here’s how they stack up to each other where it matters:

Apple iPhone 11 Pro vs Apple iPhone XS: Camera

Apple iPhone 11 Pro

The camera is the area where Apple has made the biggest changes to the iPhone formula, jumping into the world of triple rear lenses for the first time. Where the Apple iPhone XS has a standard and telephoto lens, Apple ups the ante with the Apple iPhone 11 Pro with standard, telephoto and wide lenses. It’s also promising some neat ability to shoot with all three lenses for stills or video, as well as an upcoming “Deep Fusion” software upgrade that will analyse shots at a pixel level to optimise them automatically.

Realistically, while the iPhone XS camera was nice, if a little outpaced by its Android rivals, the Apple iPhone 11 Pro’s camera could well be great, and a real contender.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro vs Apple iPhone XS: Battery

Apple iPhone 11

Battery life is often a sore talking point for iPhone users because historically, it’s been a big problem.

By premium flagship phone standards, the iPhone XS battery capacity of 2,659mAh is at best mediocre.

Apple hasn’t released the battery capacity of the iPhone 11 Pro just yet, but it’s claiming a battery life of up to 4 hours over that of the iPhone XS. Any measurement that is expressed as “up to” is instantly suspicious – one more minute would still fit into that category – but it does suggest some kind of serious boost in battery capacity for the new models.

Both the iPhone XS and iPhone 11 Pro charge via lightning cable, or wirelessly from any Qi charger.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro vs Apple iPhone XS: Pricing

Apple iPhone 11

Apple doesn’t retail the Apple iPhone XS any more, but when it did, it charged from £999 (64GB) up to £1,349 (512GB).

The iPhone 11 Pro is a little bit more expensive again. It costs £1,049 for a 64GB model, £1,199 for 256GB or £1,399 for a 512GB model.

The reality here is that while you might see some very small discounting on the Apple iPhone XS now that there’s a newer model, iPhones historically hold value pretty well. If you want a discount you’d need to look second-hand, and that’s sometimes a risky prospect.

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