These are the top five Apple 11 let downs.
Let's get something out of the up top.
The iPhone in general is a great phone its had great cameras for years.
Apple get Let's get to it.
Number 5 there are still lightning connectors on all versions of the iPhone 11.
Now I could see the lightning connector sticking around on the regular iPhone 11 maybe the pro version will get USBC so you can connect all kinds of things to it.
So the iPhone 11 Pro would be like the iPad Pro.
That makes a lot of sense, right?
It's for serious users.
But no, that's not the case.
Apple stuck with lightning force latest round of iPhones.
And here's a little bonus letdown.
The iPhone 11 ships with a Lightning to USB Type-A cable.
So, if you wanna connect to your fancy new MacBook Pro you're going to need another cable or an adapter.
The Pro models ship with a Lightning to USB- C cable.
Hooray for that.
Number four, not going with OLED on all the new iPhones.
The iPhone 11 uses an LCD screen like the iPhone 10R.
Maybe this was a way to keep the price low.
The iPhone 11 starts at $699.
Which is 50 bucks less than the XR.
Take a look at the Samsung A50.
It starts at $350.
Let's check it specs.
Look at that, an AMOLED screen.
It also has expandable storage.
Well, no iPhone has had that ever.
It also has three cameras on the back.
Not in an ugly box.
So what I'm saying is, maybe Apple could have put all that on all its iPhones this year old that gives you better blacks, better viewing angles.
Maybe that's why it's in the pro models because old lead is for professionals only.
Number three, no reverse wireless charging Apple makes a really popular set of wireless headphones, you might have heard of them.
Wouldn't it be great to be able to take your air pods and charge them using your new iPhone?
Yeah, it would be.
So, of course, the feature is not available on the new iPhone or the iPhone Pro.
Has Apple gotten a little gun-shy with wireless charging after it could not get its air-power wireless charging mat to Market, maybe, but I bet you one shiny penny that we see reverse wireless charging on the 2020 iPhones.
At number two, no 5g versions.
Okay, so right now 5g networks are not everywhere.
A 4G iPhone sounds fine.
4G is fast, it works.
No reason to get 5G yet.
A lot of people do something crazy with their phones, they hang on to them for a year or maybe even more.
Get an iPhone 11 now and next year, you'll be envious of all the 5G amazing this.
And the biggest letdown of the newest iPhones, the capacity, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro start with 64 Giga bytes of space.
Why, why on earth would you put great cameras on a phone that can shoot [UNKNOWN] video on the rear and front cameras with just 64 Giga bytes of space.
This This is absurd, quick comparison, if you get the Samsung galaxy S10E, that's the cheap one, you get a 128 Giga Bytes of internal storage.
Plus you get the option to add more storage the micro SD card.
Apple drags it's heels when it comes to adding storage capacity to it's phones It's more than [UNKNOWN] it's annoying, you would think the iPhone 11 pro would start with more storage, it's [UNKNOWN] machine Nope, it starts at 64 gigs.
The next step up is 256 gigs.
At least it maxes out at half a terabyte.
Okay, we're at the end you may not even be watching anymore.
Now I'm gonna tell you what I liked the colors on the iPhone 11 nice Green on the iPhone 11 pro, I'm not sure I quite understand it.
I also like that Apple did not go with pretentious names for the iPhone 11 colors.
There's no aura glow.
It's just black, green, yellow, and so on.
Also, that new Apple Watch looks really snazzy.
I'm Iyaz Akthar, I'll see you online.
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