The iPhone 11 Pro is a more premium version than the iPhone 11, instead of having a dual-camera system, the 11 Pro has a triple camera setup equipped with an additional telephoto lens. The addition of a faster telephoto lens can make a noticeable difference for mobile photographers/videographers.
The Pro version of the iPhone 11 also comes with a new matte glass finish, an 18W charger for fast charging, and an enhanced Super Retina XDR display, which is well-suited to Dark Mode in iOS 13.
Midnight Green color option – High-end iPhone models have been in gray, silver, and gold color options that have been pretty boring for years now, so it’s nice to see a color like Midnight-Green show up.
In a bright environment, you can certainly say that the surface on the iPhone 11 Pro is green, but in lower light conditions, the surface is almost like space gray. Combined with the square design for the camera system section, the stainless steel frame makes everything a unique difference. Video top features of iPhone 11 Pro.
Translucent glass design – Like the basic iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro is finished with a matte and glossy glass back surface. The matte glass surface feels like the aluminum back found on the iPhone 5, giving it a unique look and almost a matte finish underneath the glass. 18W fast charging in the box Previous iPhone releases only came with a 5W charger. Even the basic iPhone 11 has a 5W charger despite being able to quickly charge up to 50% in less than 30 minutes. Thankfully, the iPhone 11 Pro comes with a new fast-charging 18W charger, just like the iPad Pro.
Super Retina XDR display – On the iPhone 11 Pro, the Super Retina XDR display has the same 458-pixel density and resolution as its predecessor, the iPhone XS and XS Max, but with certain improvements.
The iPhone 11 Pro Super Retina XDR OLED display has a 2,000,000: 1 contrast ratio vs. 1,000,000: 1 contrast ratio on an iPhone XS Super Retina HD display.
There are also improved maximum brightness levels on the iPhone 11 Pro. Compared to the iPhone XS Max which has a maximum brightness of 625 nits, the iPhone 11 Pro has a maximum brightness of 800 nits in typical bright conditions. This increased brightness comes in handy when using your phone outside under bright sunlight, as it can make the screen easier on the eyes. Additionally, there is a second brightness level found on the iPhone 11 Pro. The Super Retina XDR display can provide a maximum brightness of up to 1200 nits when playing back 4K HDR movies or viewing HDR images.
Even with these improvements, the new screen on the iPhone 11 Pro is still up to 15% more efficient than the Super Retina HD display on the iPhone XS, giving the device’s outstanding battery life.
Dark mode – While Dark Mode is an iOS 13 feature available on older iPhone models, it looks its best on an iPhone 11 Pro. Thanks to the device’s OLED display and increased contrast ratio, there’s no better way to experience the flagship iOS 13 feature.