APPLE has just revealed their latest smartphone, and the iPhone 11 is set to be their ‘most powerful smartphone ever’.
However, more specs mean more cash, and as with the previous model shoppers will now be expected to fork out over a grand for the model, however that may not be the case.
If you’re looking for a way to share the load we’ve put together a list of some of the cheapest deals on the market, so you can split the cost over a number of months – and even get some extra perks.
Before you buy, make sure you have a look at our hands on, first look at the new smartphone.
It’ll go on sale on September 20, so you’ve got a while to figure out the best deals for you.
Where has the cheapest iPhone deals?
- £20.00 per month with 20GB of 4G Data, Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, Free BT Sport for 3 Month’s, Free Apple Music for 6 Months, Free MTV Video Streaming for Six Months (And the Data is on EE*) – buy here
- £25.00 per month, 50GB of 4G Data, Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, Free BT Sport for 3 Month’s, Free Apple Music for 6 Months, Free MTV Video Streaming for Six Months (And the Data is on EE*) – buy here
- £27.00 per month, 100GB of 4G Data, Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, Free BT Sport for 3 Month’s, Free Apple Music for 6 Months, Free MTV Video Streaming for Six Months (And the Data is on EE*) – buy here
- Pre-order the iPhone 11, Pro, or Pro Max from Mobiles.co.uk and you will receive £30 cashback
- The iPhone 11 is priced from £729, or prices start from £529 with trade in – buy here
- The iPhone Pro is priced from £1049, or prices start from £759 with trade in – buy here
We’ll be updating this page as more deals come in. Keep your eyes peeled!
The new iPhones – what are they?
As is standard now for Apple, the firm has opted to release three new phones this year.
They’re direct followups to last year’s iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.
All three of the new handsets – the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max – are out later this year.
They were unveiled during an event at Apple’s headquarters in California on September 10.
iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max – features, specs, and improvements
The iPhone 11 Pro is Apple’s flagship handset, and comes with a 5.8in display.
A bigger version, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, has similar specs but boasts a massive 6.5in screen.
The big selling point are their bizarre triple camera systems. They’re housed in a square bump on the back of the phone that’s not exactly easy on the eye.
Each system houses a normal lens, a 4x optical zoom telephoto lens and an ultra-wide lens.
The iPhone 11 Pro has normal, ultra-wide and telephoto lenses. Your photos will be bolstered by a new tool called “Deep Fusion”, which uses AI to combine nine images all taken at once every time you take a snap.
They also boast a Night Mode that automatically brightens your pictures up when snapped in the dark, according to Apple. You can even shoot video in ultra-wide at 4K resolution, if you fancy it.
Apple has also stuck a new microchip each phone, dubbed the A13. That promises to help your phone and apps load faster, and makes it easy to play high-intensity games.
According to Apple, the battery lasts up to four times longer than the iPhone XS. That means about 14 hours of medium-intensity use.
You’ll get a fast-charge 18W adaptor in the box, allowing you to juice up at high speed.
As with other recent Apple handsets, the two phones will of course come with Face ID, memoji, Apple Pay and all the other various tools and features Apple geeks know and love.
You can find out more about the full specifications, price and launch date here.
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