After much anticipation, Apple's new iPhones launched on September 20.
The new iPhone trio — which includes the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max— introduces improvements to the camera like a new ultra-wide-angle lens and the ability to take clearer photos in the dark. Like every recent iPhone, they also run on new processors — this year's version is called the A13 Bionic chip.
The new entry-level iPhone is also slightly cheaper this year compared to the 2018 model. The iPhone 11 starts at $700, whereas last year's iPhone XR began at $750. If you opt for one of the Pro models, you'll be spending at least $1,000 for the iPhone 11 Pro or $1,100 for the larger iPhone 11 Pro Max.
I've been using all three phones over the past several days, and here's a look at the pros and cons I've discovered so far.