New iPhone-SE-2020 11 Pro vs. iPhone: Apple’s budget, and the flagship iPhones in the compared – CNET

New iPhone-SE-2020 11 Pro vs. iPhone: Apple’s budget, and the flagship iPhones in the compared – CNET

iPhone 11 Pro is undoubtedly the king of Apple’s iPhone lineup, thanks to its three rear cameras, all-day battery life and the high-resolution OLED screen. But it commands a high price, starting at $999 (£1,049, AU$1,749). With so many new iPhones, including the $699 iPhone 11 and the $399 iPhone-SE, you may be wondering which one to choose. I wanted to compare Apple’s flagship to see the budget iPhone, what is the difference, that $600 power.

Realistically, if you want the top-of-the-range iPhone (and it fits within your budget) you will probably iPhone not even on the SE. But as I found out after using both of the 11 Pro SE for a couple of weeks, I feel like I missed out on all that much, when I switched to the less expensive iPhone.

more: How the $399 iPhone-SE in comparison to the $699 iPhone 11

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While the iPhone may look SE like an older iPhone on the outside, don’t be fooled. Paired with the same A13 Bionic chip found on the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, it offers great performance and a very capable camera for an entry-level price of $399. The battery will not last as long as the more expensive phones, but Apple has made some intelligent trade-offs to keep the price low.

Read also our Apple iPhone SE (2020).

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With a sleek stainless steel case, great battery life and a high resolution OLED display, the iPhone 11 Pro feel deserves the “Pro” label. It is the most rugged iPhone that you can buy, and has three rear cameras, which will give you the flexibility of uw to the telephoto shots. There is also the option of bumping up the Display size of 5.8-inch to 6.5, when you select the iPhone 11 Pro Max, and you also get a larger 512GB sstorage option on the upper end, while the iPhone-SE valves at 256 GB.

Also read our Apple iPhone 11 Pro review.


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New iPhone-SE (2020) and iPhone 11 Pro in comparison



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iPhone-SE is the compact, while the 11 Pro is extremely robust,

With a 4.7-inch screen, the iPhone, the SE shares the same General design as iPhone 8. This means that the home button is back! Or, it never went away, if you are upgrading from something like the iPhone 6 or 7. The iPhone 11 Pro has a 5.8-inch screen and sports the newer iPhone design with no home button.


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The iPhone-the SE has an aluminum frame, while the iPhone 11 Pro is made of stainless steel. All Apple phones are user-defined glass covered on the front and back, manufactured by Corning, and Apple claims the iPhone 11 Pro has a durable glass all. I have the iPhone 11 left Pro countless times (in our formal drop test and if you use it for the last six months) and it has not sustained any significant damage. 

Even so, I still recommend a case on your phone, just to be sure, as not all drops are created equal. We have not yet carried out a durability test on the iPhone, the SE, but would expect it to be run-is similar to the iPhone 8 it is the same design. (The iPhone 8 suffered a cracked screen, if it has been deleted, in from five metres.)

Both the phones also offer water-resistance, albeit in a slightly different degree: the iPhone-SE IP67, which means it can reach a maximum depth of 1 meter (3 feet) for up to 30 minutes, while the iPhone 11 Pro is IP68, or 4 meters (13 feet) for the same time But in my extreme water test, I found the iPhone 11 Pro survived much deeper water than Apple claimed, so I wouldn’t be surprised if the iPhone SE survived his assessment. Regardless of water damage is not covered under the warranty for the phone-so don’t go crazy, try to test you phone the limits of your mobile (do this with me!!!).

winner: The 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro has the size of the sweet spot for me, although the iPhone-SE is easier for one-handed use.

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iPhone 11 Pro has a nice OLED display

The iPhone SE has an LCD liquid retina display, while the 11 Pro has a OLED-Super-Retina-XDR display. There is no question that the 11 Pro screen looks great thanks to a contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1 and HDR support. Its OLED tech is able to produce deeper black levels than LCD on the iPhone-SE.

That said, I was not disappointed when I switched to the iPhone-SE. The colors are accurate and the Display is easy to read in bright natural light. In my eyes, a Film that looked better on the iPhone 11 Pro thanks to the screen physically larger.

winner: It is hard to compete with the iPhone 11 Pro OLED-display.

Touch ID vs. Face ID: the Home button, or face recognition?

After you with the new iPhone-SE for a few weeks, I count myself among the many people who prefer to use a fingerprint to unlock your phone. Face ID is solid, but respond to limitations in spite of more and more as time goes on. Touch ID just works better for me in many situations. Face ID is struggling to see me first thing in the morning, after I roll out of bed-maybe I don’t look drastically different in the PM, but to be quite honest, I think that I do. (It is also not compatible with face masks.) To unlock exchange on the iPhone-SE and with my fingerprint and my phone always works.

On the iPhone-SE, you sacrifice screen real estate to accommodate the home button and I noticed the bezels a lot about the SE compared to the almost edge-to-edge screen on the iPhone 11 Pro (although there is a recess for the true depth camera).

winner: iPhone SE for a seamless Touch ID.

The iPhone 11 Pro has three to the rear cameras, but you need it?

There are lens three rear cameras on the iPhone 11 Pro: ultrawide-angle, wide-angle, and 2x tele. The iPhone-SE has a single, wide rear camera. But I found when viewing the photos from the two side-by-side, the difference was as dramatic as I had expected.

The main cameras on both phones, Smart HDR, the shadow and highlight detail use. The iPhone 11, Per, produces, conditions, images with a greater dynamic range in difficult lighting, but on some shots, it was hard to tell You apart in terms of the color and the overall processing. The iPhone 11 Pro has Apple Deep Fusion processing, which helps to take sharper shots at medium light (think indoors). Read more about how to Deep Fusion works. in my colleague Patrick Holland’s great explainer.

you can see the difference Deep Fusion, if you see the photo on the SE and 11 Per at full magnification — photo of the Orchid below.

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take a look at the 100% crop (inset) shows the effect of Deep Fusion on the iPhone 11 Pro compared to the iPhone-SE, which does not have a Deep merger.


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of Course, the iPhone 11 Pro offers a greater flexibility in the composition of your shots thanks to the uw and Tele-lenses. I love the underwater view, and it is the biggest thing I miss when using the iPhone-SE.

Also, the camera on the iPhone 11 Pro, you get more flexibility with selfies, as Animoji and Memoji, the facial expressions, their facial expressions, and the rotary

The biggest difference between these two cameras is the night mode, the iPhone 11 Pro has it while the iPhone SE. Photos from the 11 Pro looks a lot better in low light than those, which helps illuminate on the SE as a night-mode scene, and deliver a clearer, brighter shot. Stay tuned for my full camera comparison between these two phones coming soon which I will also with video recording and selfie cameras.

winner: iPhone 11 Pro, if you want to different cameras and night-mode.

The A13 Bionic chip makes the two iPhones blisteringly fast

It is no secret that these phones share the same processor and as a result, I have not noticed significant differences in performance, if both of them side by side. I ran a few benchmarks on both mobile phones and the results were close, with the 11 Pro before the draw for the multicore performance on Geekbench.

In the real world, both downloaded apps, quickly and no noticeable lag in the cut had to bottom a 4K video. In fact, the cheaper SE was a hair faster in my anecdotal test. 

Apple’s official battery capacity disclose for all your phones, but we do know that the iPhone-SE has a similar battery to the iPhone 8. The iPhone 11 Pro, meanwhile, has a higher capacity battery than the cheaper phone. (Unofficial third-party teardowns revealed 11 Pro has a 3,046 mAh battery and the 11 Per Max 3,969 mAh.)

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There is no question, the battery life is significantly different in day-to-day use. The 11 Pro simply I’ve lasted through a day, sometimes a day and a half of pretty heavy use during the iPhone-SE a whole day with light use. When I watch video or with the camera a bit, I reached for the iPhone-SE-charger be able to make it through a whole day. Both phones also support wireless charging and quick charging, but only the iPhone 11 Pro is a 18-watt fast charger in the box.

winner: overall performance feels like a Band, but the iPhone 11 Pro is the battery.

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Released on Tue, 12. May 2020 12:00:00 +0000

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