Apple Retina Display Differences in iPhone 11, Pro & Maxby Aida Martin Norton Setup
Apple’s iPhone 11 provides a wide range of screen size and resolution types, but the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max counterparts are beyond expectation and more than a screen size option.
All three variants of the iPhone 11 come fitted with the A13 chipset, and hence the difference in the three models is not very obvious. But that statement does not hold true when we speak of the screen size of the three. The displays are not only inconsistent in terms of size but also their technological aspects. The iPhone Pro may be a few centimeters smaller than the iPhone, but that does not warrant an assumption that the former is any way inferior to the latter. iPhone 11 Pro was recently detected with a possible health repercussion on its owners since it was allegedly emitting harmful radiations above the approved levels (3.8 W/kg instead of the approved 1.6W/kg). But keeping that major drawback aside, there are a lot of attractions in the iPhone 11 Pro with regard to its visual components like contrast features and resolution.
If users trust Apple’s comparison chart, the three iPhone 11 models listed as per their screen size are iPhone Pro (5.8-inch screen), iPhone 11 (6.1-inch screen), and finally, iPhone Pro Max (6.5-inch screen). But as the saying goes, do not judge a book by its cover. Similarly, do not judge the iPhone by its screen size. iPhone 11 is equipped with a screen of 1792×828 resolution. But with iPhone Pro, it gets better since the model has a 2436×1125 screen resolution. And the ultimate iPhone Pro Max is a beast in this regard with a sharp 2688×1244 resolution, making the other two counterparts look underwhelming. Speaking about their screen brightness, the iPhone 11’s highest possible limit of brightness is a meager 625 nits while the other two can extend it up to 800 nits.
But despite all these upsides, they are still not the most motivating reason for a user to buy iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max. The base model of the iPhone11 is stagnant at LCD technology. At the same time, the Pro and Pro Max versions got themselves upgraded to the OLED Super Retina XDR display technology, which creates a visible change.
But all this does not lead to the conclusion that the iPhone 11 base model is not worth your money. The phone’s Liquid Retina Display is a treat to witness. And in any case, the visual variety in the three models is only perceptible if someone places them side by side. Any average buyer will still be happy with the iPhone 11’s specifications, especially if they are running on a tight budget or need the phone for daily use purposes. Disregarding people who may be very fussy about the display details of their mobile phone device, the actual issue that the majority of people may find bothering them is the lack of privacy in the iPhone 11.
Aida Martin has diverse interests that range from writing to video games. She has always had a strong passion for writing. She likes to write about games, tech events, security, and whitepapers. Her vast and varied knowledge aided by her supreme writing skills, have made her a powerful writer at norton.com/setup.
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