Consumer Reported Apple 11 Pro Max Rated Top Best Smartphone (Battery and Camera Reported)

Apple didn't introduce a huge design changes to their new launches Phones that's iPhone 11 Pro Max and 11 pro (Which cost at the range of $1000+ Respectively), it did make some improvements that will help lift the phones into top two spots.
and thats despite a tightly packed way of competitors. Just six points separated the 1st and 10th Ranked Phones.

in recent Years now, Apple's iPhone have been consistently edged out by Samsung. So what has changed coming all this time?

For one thing, the battery life is much better. The iPhone 11 Pro Max lasted a more-than-impressive 40.5 hours in our testing. That’s the longest stretch of any phone currently listed in our ratings. And it marks a big turn around for Apple. Just a few years ago, iPhones tended to lag behind the competition in this area.

Apple has consistently set a high standards for smartphone cameras, and those on the new iPhones have out performed their predecessors. The company has also added a camera with an ultrawide lens to all three of its new phones, a feature already available on this year’s Galaxy phones.

If you like the new iPhones but can’t pay a grand or more, you might be happy with the $700 iPhone 11. It also did exceptionally well in our testing, landing in our top 10. The model is missing just a few features found on its pricier siblings. And that might not be a big deal to you.

Here’s a closer look at how the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max did in our testing. Consumer Reports members looking for more detailed results can check out our full smartphone ratings.

More Battery Life

It’s a lot easier than it used to be for iPhone users to get through the day on a single charge. In recent years Apple has steadily increased its phones’ staying power. The company attributes these improvements, in part, to energy-efficiency advances programmed into its processors.

To find out how long a phone’s battery can go, Consumer Reports uses a robotic finger programmed to put the phone through a range of tasks designed to simulate a consumer’s average day. The robot browses the internet, takes pictures, uses GPS navigation, and, of course, makes phone calls.

Better Cameras

The iPhone Pros’ new rear three-camera setup looks like the top of an electric razor or Mickey Mouse, depending on your way of thinking. But the bottom line is that the new circle on the back is a third camera with an ultrawide lens.

Some people will find it very useful, while other folks may not care much. One thing the camera does from a competitive standpoint is erase a glaring difference between the iPhone’s cameras and those of Samsung’s most recent top-tier phones. The Galaxy S10, S10e, S10+, and S10 5G (which came out in spring 2019), along with the Note10 and Note10+ (which launched in August), feature ultrawide cameras.

So the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max now have a total of three rear cameras—wide, ultrawide, and 2X—while the iPhone 11 has just a wide and an ultrawide.

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