The iPhone 11 is the first post-Ive era iPhone which Apple has produced. As a result, it's both thicker (to support a longer-lasting battery) and heavier. But in terms of usability and getting all-day battery life, it's so much better.
It's the 13th generation iPhone, announced to the world on September 10th 2019. There are three variants of the device - iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max. The iPhone has a three-camera design and is the first iPhone to come with a fast charger out of the box.
The iPhone 11 is waterproof up to 2m for a period of up to 30 minutes. It features a Super Retina XDR OLED display, with varying resolutions. 3D touch is out - and Haptic Touch is in. The removal of 3D touch was probably to help reduce the weight of the device.
New Machine Learning Accelerators permit the processor to deliver over one trillion operations per second, and also the Neural Engine is quicker than ever for photograph and video analysis.
When it involves battery life, Apple has created spectacular enhancements. The iPhone 11 Pro offers up to eighteen hours of video playback, eleven hours of streamed video playback, and sixty five hours of audio playback, which is four hours longer than the iPhone XS.
All carriers which sell the iPhone 11 lock it to their network. If you want to get it working on another carrier, you'll need to unlock it.
Vodafone are one of the oldest telecommunications company in the UK and is the second-largest network in the world – they made the UK's first mobile call, sent the first text message, and supported the nation's first holographic 5G call.
Vodafone is aiming to improve its service to customers by investing a whopping £1 billion every year in improving the network, ensuring excellent reliability and increasing speed.
They are the first UK provider to offer 5G Roaming in Spain, Germany and Italy. They also offer zero roaming charges in 77 countries - the highest of any network provider.
Vodafone was named the UK's Best in Test for voice in Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool and Manchester, Best in Test for data in Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow and Manchester and is the most reliable network based on crowdsourcing assessed by P3.