Im just wondering if an unlocked and SIM free iphone 11 purchased from USA will work in Europe ?
I have an Apple Iphone 6s 32gb which i bought 3 years ago. Though it is running fine on ios 13.2, i would like to upgrade my phone to either iphone 11 or oneplus 7t or the galaxy s10 so that it serves me for the next 3 yrs.
Which one would you suggest ? My main criteria is good battery life, good camera and regular updates.
Prdp, 14 Oct 2019Should I upgrade from iPhone X to 11 ?! No,because iphone x its enough for nextv3 years starting from now,maybe 11Pro Max
JdRDMS, 14 Oct 2019I think you should. The faster processor, better cameras, better battery life, extra gigabyte ... moreI would actually prefer the iPhone 11 screen over the one on the iPhone X, but I do not think he should upgrade. There has not been enough improvement to justify a switch.
iPhone X is using PenTile matrix which means that although the resolution is better, the screen is not much sharper than that of iPhone 11. Moreover the iPhone X is using pulse width modulation, which could be an issue for some people.
I'm considering buying this phone mainly for gaming because of the A13 bionic chip but my concerns are thermal throttling and battery life, if I play PUBG, Fortnite at Extreme graphics for long periods of time will it throttle? Any body using this phone can clarify this? Thanks in advance
Prdp, 14 Oct 2019Should I upgrade from iPhone X to 11 ?! I think you should. The faster processor, better cameras, better battery life, extra gigabyte of RAM, and other things make this a good buy. You get a noticeably worse screen (its bigger, but has lower resolution (the same pixel density as the 6-8), and it's LCD instead of OLED), but its not too bad. You'll also be giving up the telephoto camera for an ultra-wide angle camera. If these trade-offs sound fair, go ahead. You can also trade-in your iPhone X and get the 11 for $350 (and that's for the 128GB model).
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2019The thing is.. iPhone aged well. Unlike Android phones.
Now running nearly 4 straight years... moreTo some degree I really agree with you,like...I am an android fans,but the thing with android is the phone last for arround 3 years and after that I would change it.
I never have an Iphone before but my friend does and he still use iphone 6s+
Also I am considering to use and iphone for secondary phoen
Farscape1 , 13 Oct 2019Better with an oled screen less power consumption good phone let down by a mixture of dated te... moreThe thing is.. iPhone aged well. Unlike Android phones.
Now running nearly 4 straight years with a iPhone 7. I still have no incentive to change. And thanks to iPhone, i broke free of my telco 2 years plan endless upgrades. Bought apple watch, enable wireless carplay on my car.
I think most just buy Apple watches.. apple tv.. home pod.. airpods, while waiting longer for upgrades. So the sales of iPhone is dropping.
Anonymous, 13 Oct 2019I didn't use iPhone yet, but I'm interested to buy a new one, ... Is it good to buy iPhone 11 ... moreSince its your first time. I recommend go iphone 11 and an Apple Watch.
Watch is a better deal then dump all budget into max.
AimeDuSable, 13 Oct 2019"The iPhone 11 has the fastest performance in the world (if it's behind anything, it's one of ... moreI haven't seen the video yet, but after reading an article detailing it, it seems that the issue with the iPhone 11 Pro Max is RAM management issues on iOS 13. From what the article said, opening apps the first time is an easy win for the iPhone, but opening them again goes to the Note. So once you remember to not be stupid and close the apps you're not using (which shouldn't be an issue for most people), the iPhone should be easily faster than the Note. Here's the article: https://bgr.com/2019/10/01/iphone-11-pro-max-vs-galaxy-note-10-plus-speed-test/
JdRDMS, 13 Oct 2019iOS 13's bugs will definitely be fixed in future updates.
The iPhone 11 has the fastest perfo... more"The iPhone 11 has the fastest performance in the world (if it's behind anything, it's one of the iPhone 11 Pros),..."
So why did the iPhone 11 Pro Max lose against the Note 10 Plus (Snapdragon version) in the PhoneBuff speed test, although the Note 10 Plus is not even the fastest Android phone?
Farscape1 , 13 Oct 2019Better with an oled screen less power consumption good phone let down by a mixture of dated te... moreiOS 13's bugs will definitely be fixed in future updates.
The iPhone 11 has the fastest performance in the world (if it's behind anything, it's one of the iPhone 11 Pros), amazing cameras, and great battery life. The only dated parts of the phone are the display and the notch, neither of which are awful. Sure has dated tech huh.
If you do not want to move to iOS, that's perfectly fine. I'm not the kind of person that makes fun of someone for sticking to Android, or anything like that. I actually like Android, I just prefer iOS. The point of writing this is to counter your points, not to insult your preference of Android.
AimeDuSable, 13 Oct 2019"While the screen resolution is low, it's hard to call that a problem. If you put the iPhone r... moreThat's not the point. Look at the second paragraph. This professional reviewer has no problem watching a show on Netflix with this "bad screen". If that's the case, then the low resolution can't be that much of a problem. Sure, it's not as good as other phone screens around, but it's not bad, just not as good, something that multiple reviewers have said. Worse does not always mean bad.
Better with an oled screen less power consumption good phone let down by a mixture of dated tech and shoddy implementation of buggy iOS 13 thinking of moving to android devices as these have better up to date tech and superior screens why pay a grand for something that's lacking I am seriously thinking of jumping to another platform???
JdRDMS, 13 Oct 2019"While the screen resolution is low, it's hard to call that a problem. If you put the iPhone r... more"While the screen resolution is low, it's hard to call that a problem. If you put the iPhone right in front of your eyes, sure, it's easier to notice the difference."
Sounds like this "professional reviewer" mixed up screen resolution with pixels per inch. To judge the resolution of a device, there is no need to put the phone right in front of your eyes. Pixels per inch is a different story.
AimeDuSable, 13 Oct 2019Average user will probably not notice the low resolution because Apple deliberately is trickin... more"While the screen resolution is low, it's hard to call that a problem. If you put the iPhone right in front of your eyes, sure, it's easier to notice the difference. But that's terrible for your eyes. Don't do that!
I had no trouble watching episodes of The Spy on Netflix, and the screen is bright enough for me to see almost everything clearly even in sunny conditions (it can go up to 625 nits..."
- Apple iPhone 11 Review, Julian Chokkattu (Digital Trends)
If a professional reviewer doesn't call it bad, then I won't take you calling it bad seriously.