The Apple iPhone 11 might be three years old, but it still packs a punch. While newer iPhone models flood the market, there’s still the chance to get your hands on an 11, with the refurbished iPhone 11 Pro Max presenting itself as a very good option.

What the iPhone 11 gets right

When you strip back all the details, the iPhone 11 is still a great phone, even though it has been on the market for just over three years. With a generous 6.1-inch ‘Liquid Retina HD’ LCD display, True Tone supports ambient lighting and true-to-life colour. Even though the iPhone 11 has LCD rather than the more recently used OLED, Apple claim that this is their best LCD ever and it’s created with cutting-edge engineering techniques.

On release, Apple heralded the iPhone 11 as the proud owner of the toughest glass ever in a smartphone – at the time – and praised the model for its water resistance (IP68). Now the iPhone standard, it makes for a durable and robust mobile.

Not every iPhone innovation is built to last. Many users welcomed the new Haptic Touch of the iPhone 11, rather than the overly sensitive 3D Touch that comes with earlier models. You can still Tap to Wake with a single tap, though.


Face ID unlocks iPhones across the Apple ranges, allowing users to access the passcode-protected app and confirm purchases. Apple uses a facial scan that uses the TrueDepth Camera system to project over 30,000 infrared dots that are invisible to the naked eye so that they can be read by the internal infrared camera. This creates a depth map of your face and sends it to the phone’s A13 Bionic processor, before it’s turned into a mathematical model to show the phone that it’s you – if that model is not as it should be, your phone stays locked. The iPhone 11 is so smart that it can even tell it’s you in the dark, with Flood Illuminator shedding some light on the subject. Try it with beards, glasses, scarves and make-up; it just needs your eyes, nose and mouth to work.


In a great leap forward from the previous model, the iPhone XR, the iPhone 11’s dual lens camera set-up includes a standard wide-angle camera and an ultra-wide-angle camera that has a 120-degree field of vision that Apple claims to capture 4x more than a standard wide lens. Over and above the XR, the iPhone 11’s portrait mode supports people, animals and objects, rather than the person-centric XR Portrait mode.

To capture after-hours shots, Apple’s Night Mode makes the most of the iPhone’s processing capabilities to guarantee awesome shots even in low light. Machine learning is even used to help the iPhone 11 get the most from every shot, to optimise textures and the hyper-fine details of the picture.

Colour Me Beautiful

With a gorgeous range of colours on offer, the iPhone 11’s glass body comes in six different but equally stunning colours to choose from: white, black, yellow, red, purple and green.

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