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The successor to the iPhone XR, the iPhone 11 carries on the good work that its ‘value’ predecessor began.


    • Internal memory: 64GB, 128GB, 256GB
    • Size: 150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3 mm (5.94 x 2.98 x 0.33 in)
    • Weight: 194 g
    • Display: 6.1” liquid retina HD (LCD)
    • Resolution: 828 x 1792 pixels
    • RAM: 4GB RAM
    • Battery: Non-removable Li-Ion 3110 mAh battery (11.91 Wh)
    • Talk Time: Up to 17 h (multimedia)
    • Chipset: Apple A13 Bionic (7 nm+)
    • Operating System: Apple A13 bionic
    • CPU: Hexa-core (2x2.65 GHz Lightning + 4x1.8 GHz Thunder)
    • SIM: Single SIM (Nano-SIM and/or eSIM) or Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
    • Sensors: Face ID, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, Siri natural language commands and dictation
    • Primary camera: Dual 12MP
    • Secondary camera: 12MP
    • Video: 4K, gyro-EIS
    • Connectivity: WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/6, dual-band, hotspot, BLUETOOTH: 5.0, A2DP, LE, GPS: Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, QZSS, NFC:Yes
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Why buy an Apple iPhone 11?

Mozillion Apple iPhone 11 review

One of the cheapest iPhones you can buy new
Strong features
Typically stylish

Not convinced? Try one of these alternatives to an Apple iPhone 11:

iPhone 12 - smaller, newer, better
iPhone 12 mini - smaller, newer, not much more expensive
Google Pixel 5 - less stylish, but newer with 5G



The iPhone 11 was launched with Apple’s usual fanfare back in September 2019. Although physically very similar to the earlier iPhone XR, it packed major upgrades including a move to two rear cameras. The iPhone 11 is also available with 256GB - so you can shoot as many photos and videos as you want. While its spec has dated a little - most notably there’s no 5G - the iPhone 11 still remains a cheap way to get a lot of iPhone.



iPhones have always led the way for style, and the iPhone 11 is no exception. Crafted from aluminium with glass front and back, the phone looks as fresh today as it did at launch. Like other recent iPhones, the iPhone 11 shrugs off dust and water - it’s tested to a depth of two metres for up to 30 minutes.



The iPhone 11’s dual 12 megapixel camera may no longer be cutting edge, but it still takes excellent pictures. Features including optical image stabilisation and a brilliant night mode mean that the iPhone 11 deals with more than just your holiday snaps. Portraits, in particular, are a real strength.



If you want to shoot video like a pro, the iPhone 11 is game. It can handle both 1080p HD and 4K video recording at up to 60 frames per second - enough to capture every detail. Optical image stabilisation helps to keep everything steady, even when using the 3X digital zoom. You can even shoot slo-mo at up to 240 frames per second!



The iPhone 11’s 6.1” screen is one of the best LCD phone screens ever produced, but there’s no denying things have moved on - the iPhone 12’s OLED display is a major step forward. Even so, the iPhone 11 boasts a 1,792x828 resolution and 326 pixels per inch (ppi). It’s crisp and vivid, making it great for gaming, multimedia, or just reading.



The iPhone 11 uses Apple’s own A13 Bionic chip. It’s not as fast as the latest generation A14 Bionic, but the iPhone 11 can hold its own against all but the iPhone 12, or the fastest Android competition. There’s still plenty of grunt for games, multimedia and creativity.



Apple’s battery and processor optimisations mean that the iPhone 11 can last for up to 17 hours of video playback. There’s support for Qi wireless charging, which helps you grab a convenient top-up. Alternatively, use the Lightning connector with a 20W adaptor and you’ll charge to 50% in just 30 minutes.


Colours & Options

Like other iPhones, you can have the iPhone 11 in more than just a couple of colours. There are funky yellow, purple and green choices, alongside the more traditional white, black and red. Storage capacity starts at 64GB, but pay more to grab either 128GB or a hefty 256GB.

The iPhone 11 supports Qi wireless charging, but not the MagSafe cases and mounts designed for the iPhone 12. As one of the biggest-selling smartphones around, there’s a huge choice of cases, holders, wallets and the like. You can find an accessory for almost any need!


iPhone 11 FAQs

The iPhone 11 was unveiled and launched in September 2019.
The cheapest iPhone 11 has 64GB of storage and costs £599. You can upgrade to 128GB for £649, or get the 256GB model for £749. Of course, these are Apple’s prices - you’ll find much better iPhone 11 deals on the Mozillion marketplace!
Yes. Apple says the iPhone 11 can survive water up to two metres deep for 30 minutes. While we wouldn’t go swimming with one, it should shrug off everyday spills - or the dreaded toilet drop.
Yes, it supports Qi wireless charging. You can also charge using the supplied USB-C to Lightning cable, but you’ll need a power adaptor with a USB-C output. An old USB-A to Lightning cable will let you recharge an iPhone 11 from a wider range of existing chargers, power banks or vehicles. You’ll need a 20W or better power adaptor for the quickest charge.
Apple says you’ll get up to 17 hours of video playback, or 10 hours of streaming.
If you’ve got a 20W power adaptor, you can restore 50% of the battery in just 30 minutes. It’ll charge more slowly with low power chargers or USB sockets.
No. The iPhone 11 family also has no 3.5mm audio socket, so you’ll need wireless headphones, or EarPods with a Lightning connector.
No. You’ll need wireless headphones, or EarPods with a Lightning connector.
The iPhone 11 has a 6.1” screen. It measures 151x76x8.3mm and weighs 194 grams, so it’s a bit bigger and heavier than the iPhone 12.
Yes. And it weighs the same, too.
That’s 5.94x2.98x0.33 inches.
The screen has a screen resolution of 1,792x828 - that’s 1.4 megapixels, maths fans. The rear dual camera system shoots up to 12MP, as does the single camera at the front.
No. You’ll need an iPhone 12 for that.
It depends how you use it. It’s plenty for everyday use, provided you have small photo or music libraries or you store data in the cloud. If you take lots of videos, play lots of rich games or want to keep multimedia on the phone, you might need more.
It has four gigabytes (4GB).
Yes and no. While there’s only room for a single nano-SIM, the phone supports a second eSIM. Provided your phone network supports eSIMs, you can add a second SIM digitally and use dual SIM features.
No. You unlock the phone and authorise certain features with Face ID, a type of secure facial recognition.
There are three in total. One front-mounted 12 megapixel (MP) camera covers selfie and FaceTime duties. At the rear there’s a 12MP dual-camera system with optical image stabilisation.
You can get it in black, white, red, yellow, purple or green.
You’ll get the phone, and a USB-C to Lightning cable for charging. There’s no charger, case or headphones.
The iPhone 11 is better. It has comprehensive camera, performance, connectivity and battery life upgrades.
To turn off an iPhone 11, press and hold the side button with either volume button until the power off slider appears. When it does, drag it across and wait 30 seconds for the phone to fully shut down.
If the phone is on, turn it off following the instructions above. If it’s already off, press and hold the button on the right-hand side until the Apple logo appears. If it doesn’t appear, charge the phone for a few minutes first.
If the phone’s not responding, you can try forcing a restart. Quickly press volume up, followed by volume down, then press and hold the side button. Release it when the Apple logo appears.
Briefly press and release the side button along with the volume up button. You’ll hear a shutter sound, and a screenshot thumbnail should appear on the screen. Tap this to edit, share or delete the screenshot.
To video what’s on your screen, you first need to add Screen Record to the Control Centre. Tap Settings, Tap Control Centre, scroll to Screen Recording and tap the green cross next to it. With this done, swipe down from the top-right corner of the screen to open Control Centre and tap the Screen Record icon. If you want to narrate the recording, hold down the icon and switch the microphone on. Recording begins after three seconds.
Swipe up from the bottom of the screen and pause in the middle to view recent app previews. Swipe right or left to find the app you want to close, then swipe it up off the top of the screen.
You can check your battery at any time by swiping down from the top right to open Control Centre. If you need at-a-glance checking, add a widget by tapping and holding the screen until the phone icons start dancing. Tap +, select Batteries in the widgets popup, choose the style you want, then tap Add Widget to add it to your screen.
First you need to set Apple Pay up: open Settings and tap Wallet & Apple Pay. Read the Apple Pay overview, then tap Continue and tap Credit or Debit Card to add a card. Either use a card that’s already associated with your Apple account, or tap Add a Different Card, scan the card, then tap Continue. Once you’ve provided the card’s three-digit security code and agreed any additional terms and conditions, tap Continue to finish the process. You can use Apple Pay on any contactless terminal. Double-press the side button on the phone, select your card if you’ve more than one set up, authenticate with Face ID, then place the phone near the terminal just as you would a payment card.
Open the camera app and tap the flash icon in the top left to turn flash on and off. Alternatively, tap ^, then tap the large flash icon below the photo preview and choose from On, Off and Auto.
By default, apps will update automatically. To update them manually, open App Store, tap your profile icon, then scroll down to see available updates. You can either choose Update All, or to update individual apps.
You probably set Siri up when you set the phone up - try saying ‘Hey Siri’, or pressing the side button. If it doesn’t respond, you’ll need to open Settings and tap Siri & Search. Now enable Listen for “Hey Siri” or Press Side Button for Siri, after which it should work.
To backup your phone to iCloud, open Settings, tap your name, then tap iCloud followed by iCloud Backup. When you turn iCloud Backup on, your phone is backed up daily whenever it’s connected to power and Wi-Fi, and locked.
Your iPhone’s screen should rotate automatically between portrait and landscape modes, provided you’re using a compatible app. If not, swipe down from the top right corner to open Control Centre, then tap the Portrait Orientation Lock button - it looks like a padlock surrounded by a circular arrow.
Swipe from the top right corner to open Control Centre. Now tap the Torch button to turn the torch on or off.
Apple specifically says to avoid exposing your iPhone to ‘high-velocity water, such as when showering’. It also stresses that its warranty doesn’t cover liquid damage. We wouldn’t recommend it.

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