Apple's latest fix programme is the sixth one this year. In the same announcement, Apple has also noted that customers can reach out to the company and request for refund if they have paid to rectify the no power issue on their devices.
The new iPhone 11 Pro Max is the top-rated smartphone on the market, as ranked by Consumer Reports' latest ratings, followed by the iPhone 11 Pro - the highest placement Apple has won in recent years. The same chip now powers the latest iPhone 11 smartphones.
According to Consumer Reports, the factors that made the iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone 11 Pro get the top spots in its ranking are their battery life and cameras. While the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max are all good in their own terms, users are eagerly waiting for the 2020 iPhone 12 which will come out next year.
However, the analyst believes that the iPhone 11, which is relatively cheaper, will surpass the performance of the iPhone XR in 2018.
What's interesting to note, however, is that the iPhone 11 Pro couldn't make it through a durability test, with the report saying "the tumbler is a rotating chamber that repeatedly drops a phone from a height of about 2.5 feet". The camera captures a lot of detail and depth without oversaturating photos, and Apple has taken giant strides in low-light photography, where iPhones have traditionally not fared to well. Also expected is that the firm could ship around 70-75 million units in 2019. Also, like the XR, the iPhone 11 continues with the thicker bezel around the screen that might perturb those who prefer bezel-less devices.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max and 11 Pro start at $1,100 and $1,000, respectively. The iPhone 11 Pro did not survive the same. Plus, Apple has lowered the iPhone 11's starting price by $50 US, to $699 USA, making it more attractive financially.
'And if you want to save some scratch, don't forget the $700 iPhone 11.