Launching over 10 years ago, the iPhone is still one of the most popular and iconic smartphones available. Whether you're about to pick up your very first iPhone or you're a long-time Apple lover who’s ready for an upgrade, you’ll want to make sure you choose the right model for you.
To make things easier, we've compared the most recent iPhones side-by-side. Discover their specs, explore camera capabilities and learn what features are included with each Apple iPhone below.
At a glance: 6.1-inch Liquid Retina HD display, dual-lens 12MP+12MP rear camera, 12MP True Depth front camera, IP68 water and dust resistant rating, 150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3mm, 194g.
One of three devices to launch in September 2019, iPhone 11 has been built with some of Apple's most advanced technology on board. As well as an ultra-slick, all-glass body and resilient aluminium frame, iPhone 11 is home to a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina HD display with True Tone technology for a more accurate, authentic viewing experience. There's no home button to be seen (you can unlock the device at lightning-fast speed using FaceID instead), and the entire screen stretches from edge-to-edge, with a tiny notch at the top of the phone for the 12MP True Depth camera.
Speaking of cameras, iPhone 11 is equipped with a dual-lens rear camera system. The 12MP Wide sensor has 100% Focus Pixels for lightning-fast auto focus, while the 12MP Ultra Wide sensor has a 120 field of view - ideal for landscape shots and group pics. You can also record in 4K, edit videos directly in the camera app, take slow-motion selfies, and enjoy an all-round seamless performance thanks to Apple's A13 Bionic chip. What's more, Apple claim iPhone 11 has a battery that'll last one hour longer than iPhone XR.
iPhone 11 Pro
At a glance: 5.8-inch Super Retina XDR display, triple-lens 12MP+12MP+12MP rear camera, 12MP True Depth front camera, IP68 water and dust resistant rating, 144x71.4 x 8.1mm, 188g.
As the name suggests, iPhone 11 Pro is the premium version of iPhone 11. With a slightly higher price tag comes a bunch of upgraded tech, including a Super Retina XDR display measuring 5.8 inches. Short for Extreme Dynamic Range, this new display-type from Apple essentially improves on-screen colour and brightness, and power efficiency.
The main frame of iPhone 11 Pro has been crafted from a cutting-edge stainless steel, and the IP68 water and dust resistance rating means this handset can survive in up to 4 metres of water for 30 minutes without being damaged.
The handset is built with the latest A13 Bionic chip - the most powerful and efficient system to be released by Apple. As well as ensuring a lightning-fast, lag-free performance, it helps to power some of iPhone 11 Pro's most advanced features, like AR apps, real-time machine learning and the triple-lens rear camera. With three 12MP lenses, you can expect incredible snaps even in low-light, and refined Depth Control, Portrait Lightning and new Portrait Mode features give you more freedom with your photos. The 12MP True Depth camera is brilliant for selfies, slofies (slow-motion videos) and FaceTime.
iPhone 11 Pro Max
At a glance: 6.5-inch Super Retina XDR display, triple-lens 12MP+12MP+12MP rear camera, 12MP True Depth front camera, IP68 water and dust resistant rating, 158x77.8x8.1mm, 226g.
Love the sound of iPhone 11 Pro but fancy a device with an even larger screen? Choose iPhone 11 Pro Max - the most high-spec iPhone from Apple for 2019. A must for gamers, Netflix lovers and budding videographers alike, the 6.5-inch Super Retina XDR display is incredibly vivid, defined and thanks to True Tone, offers fantastic colour accuracy.
It features the same all-glass and stainless-steel body, IP68 water and dust resistant rating, A13 Bionic chip and 12MP triple-lens camera system feature as iPhone 11 Pro, as well as the updated 12MP True Depth front camera. Apple favourites such as Memoji, Animoji, Face ID and Siri are, of course, all included too, alongside all other features from 11 Pro Max.
iPhone 11 Pro Max is slightly heavier than 11 Pro at 226g, but you're getting an even bigger battery for the extra weight. Apple state the 11 Pro Max lasts 5 hours longer than the XS Max, with up to 20 hours of video playback or 12 hours of video streaming. The 11 Pro, meanwhile, lasts 4 hours longer than the XS, and will give you 18 hours of video playback and 11 hours of video streaming.
At a glance: 6.1-inch Liquid Retina HD display, 12MP rear camera, 7MP True Depth front camera, IP67 water and dust resistant rating, 150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3mm, 194g.
The entry-level device of Apple's 2018 iPhone launch, iPhone XR is still an impressive handset.
In looks, it's very similar to iPhone 11, with a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina HD display, aluminium frame and identical dimensions of 150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3mm and 194g. The differences lie beneath the surface. You'll find a high-speed A12 Bionic chip with second-generation neural engine, which is still ultra-quick and promises a lag-free performance whether you're streaming, gaming or simply unlocking your device.
As for the camera, you'll still be able to take professional-looking photos in any environment on the 12MP rear camera, or pose for selfies using the 7MP TrueDepth front-facing camera. 4K recording is perfect for aspiring filmmakers, and Animoji and Memoji are offered thanks to a combination of great camera tech and intelligent Apple software.
At a glance: 5.8-inch Super Retina HD display, dual 12MP+12MP rear camera, 7MP True Depth front camera, IP68 water and dust resistant rating, 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7mm, 177g.
A 2018 release, iPhone XS was the first iPhone to sport a dual-lens camera. It's a step up from iPhone XR, but with a cheaper price point than the 11 range.
Still one of the most advanced iPhones on the market, iPhone XS is full of impressive tech. Not only does it have that dual 12MP camera system with a wide-angle lens and telephoto lens, it also features a 7MP True Depth camera (an essential for selfies and features like Animoji and Memoji), a defined 5.8-inch Super Retina OLED display and slick surgical-steel frame that not only looks great, but is extra durable too.
iPhone XS also has an IP68 water and dust resistance, meaning it can survive in water that's 2 metres deep for 30 minutes. You can charge it wirelessly thanks to Qi technology, and cutting-edge Face ID security, letting you and you only access the device.
Fuelling iPhone XS is Apple's A12 Bionic chip, which holds a powerful CPU, GPU and a second-generation Neural Engine. Combined, the three work in harmony to deliver a seamless, lightning-fast performance and ensure apps and features can operate smoothly, even if they use demanding software like AR tech.
iPhone XS Max
At a glance: 6.5-inch Super Retina HD display, dual 12MP+12MP rear camera, 7MP True Depth front camera, IP68 water and dust resistant rating, 157.5 x 77.4 x 7.7mm, 208g.
If you find yourself streaming video content frequently from your phone, use your device for video or photo editing or you're into mobile gaming, a larger screen can completely transform your smartphone experience. The 6.5-inch Super Retina OLED screen on iPhone XS Max displays true-to-life colour, great brightness levels and a defined picture.
You'll find the same camera system on iPhone XS Max that features on iPhone XS - a dual-lens 12MP+12MP rear camera and a 7MP True Depth selfie camera. iPhone XS can shoot photos in incredible detail, with features like Portrait Mode and Portrait Lighting enhancing your shots. The telephoto lens on the rear camera is particularly useful when you want to achieve a bokeh effect, and Depth Control will enable you to control the amount of blur in each picture after the shutter button has been pressed.
It’s slightly heavier at 208g, and has larger dimensions of **157.5 x 77.4 x 7.7mm, and a longer bigger battery life.
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