The iPhone 12 is finally here – or at least it will be on October 23. But Apple’s latest iteration of the notorious Apple handset is going to be an investment that is just a little bit too pricey for most folk.
Luckily, there is a side-effect to Apple’s launches. With the appearance of the iPhone 12, both the iPhone XR and iPhone 11 saw considerable drops in price from Apple, now making them more affordable than ever.
For the base iPhone 11, you’re now paying just $599/£599 and the older iPhone XR has gone all the way down to $499/£499. While neither of these devices are going to be as powerful as the new iPhone 12, they are now a lot cheaper.
Apple’s new iPhone XR and iPhone 11 deals in full:
iPhone 11 64GB | SIM-free |
£729 £599 | $699 $599
The iPhone 11 was easily the best value of Apple’s trio from last year and now, it’s even better value. After the price drop, you’re paying just £599/$599. That then makes this the perfect choice for anyone who isn’t interested in the iPhone 12.
iPhone XR 64GB | SIM-free |
£629 £499 | $599 $499
If you’re not so interested in the costs available above from the iPhone 11, you can go even cheaper by going for the older iPhone XR. It has also seen a price drop, now costing just £499/$499 – that makes this almost as cheap as the iPhone SE.
What are the iPhone 11 and XR like?
The cheapest of Apple’s flagship range, the iPhone 11 continues to prove itself as a top phone choice, mixing strong specs and affordable pricing. Even with the iPhone 12 almost here, it continues to be a top choice.
Internally, there’s a 3110mAh battery, Apple’s high-powered A13 Bionic chip, and an IP68 rating. Look outside, and Apple rocks a Liquid Retina PS LCD display – very high-definition, in other words.
But where this phone really shines is its camera with 4K video, impressive night mode, portrait mode and a dual lens set-up.
As one of the best iPhones currently on the market (even with the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro out!) there is a lot to love with the iPhone XR. Above everything, the battery really stands out. Before the launch of the iPhone 11, this was the biggest Apple battery at 2942 mAh.
Sporting Apple’s Liquid Retina display and a powerful A12 Bionic chip, going for this more budget flagship doesn’t have to mean taking a hit on specs.
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