Similar to iPhone X, there is no home button on the new iPhones. Hence, if you’re upgrading to the iPhone 11 or Pro variant from iPhone 8 or older then you might find yourself stuck while taking a screenshot.
That’s because the traditional way to capture a screenshot on previous iPhones involves a combination of Home and Power buttons. Don’t worry, you can still do the said task without using the home button. Let’s see how to take a screenshot on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max.
Taking a screenshot on iPhone 11 series
How to capture a screenshot on iPhone 11
- Navigate to the screen or page that you want to capture.
- Press and hold the Side button (located on the right side) + Volume Up button at the same time.
- The screen will flash white and you will hear a camera shutter sound (if the iPhone is not in silent mode). This indicates that the screenshot is captured.
- After taking the screenshot, a preview will appear at the bottom left side of the screen. You can tap it to either annotate the screenshot with new markup features in iOS 13 or share it directly.
To access the captured screenshots, go to the Screenshots album in the Photos app.
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Take screenshots using Assistive Touch
This is an alternate and a fairly easy way to take screenshots on iPhone 11. It is helpful for people who capture their screen frequently and don’t want to use physical buttons for this particular task.
For this, you will first need to enable AssistiveTouch on your iPhone if you haven’t enabled it already. To do so,
- Go to Settings > Accessibility > Touch.
- Tap on ‘AssistiveTouch’ at the top and turn it on.
- After enabling AssistiveTouch, you will see a translucent button that you can drag to the edges of the screen.
Alternatively, you can simply ask Siri to “Turn on AssistiveTouch.”
To take a screenshot with AssistiveTouch, tap the floating button. Then navigate to Device > More and tap the “Screenshot” option.
That’s it! The screenshot will be captured in the exact same way and you can find it in Photos.
NOTE: The screenshots captured on iPhone X, XR, XS, 11, and 11 Pro ignore the existence of the notch. The notch area is rather replaced with blank space.
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Press Delete all. Wait a moment while the factory default settings are restored. Follow the instructions on the screen to set up your phone and prepare it for use.
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Press the settings icon.
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Press Factory data reset.
2. Restore factory default settings
We won’t see another smartphone in 2017, but there’s always news and leaks about what’s coming next. We know that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will release sometime in 2018, and a recent Galaxy S9 leak on twitter from @evleaks shows new renders, internal code names, and model numbers. For the first time, we’re able to get a sneak peek of what exactly the phone might look like, as well as a confirmation that the phone’s development is well underway.
The phone may release earlier than expected, with prolific leaker Evan Blass suggesting that we could see a release as early as Q1 2018 — a release that’s a good amount faster than usual. If the renders from this Galaxy S9 leak are any indication, it’s going to be a beautiful device with premium looks to accompany its premium performance. This new leak adds to the decent amount of reliable information we already have on what we can expect from the upcoming phone.
Following in the footsteps of the iPhone X, the Galaxy S9 will also include a vertically-oriented dual camera system. There’s also reliable information that suggests that the phone will be powered by Samsung’s next-generation Exynos 9810 processor, or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 in a few different areas like the United States. The Galaxy S9 will likely ship with either 4 or 6 GB of RAM, and will be the most expensive Galaxy phone to date. The fingerprint sensor is also here to stay for this generation, and will again be located on the back of the device — a decision that increases available screen space, yet has been met with mixed customer feedback.
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Samsung has typically released phones in a “tick-tock” schedule, with each “tick” being a nominal upgrade or streamlining of existing technology, and every “tock” a major release. Blass assures us that the Galaxy S9 is definitely a “tock.”
Also released with the Galaxy S9 leak is the product development code name — Project Star — and the model numbers SM-G960-Star 1 (S9) and SM-G965-Star 2 (S9+).
The renders included below, courtesy of BGR, were released by smartphone case manufacturer Ghostek and give us a sense of what we can expect from the new phone. The renders are based on official information provided to the company in order to develop their products, so it’s very likely that the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will look quite similar to what we’re seeing here.
Previous information has suggested that Samsung is looking into technology similar to Apple’s groundbreaking Face ID, but they have since stated that the tech won’t be ready for this upcoming phone. Unfortunately, it looks as if we’re going to have to wait another generation to see a Face ID analogue from the Korean manufacturer. At least we’ll see the smartphone a lot sooner than we had expected based on previous release schedules.
This Galaxy S9 leak seems reliable, and it’s especially exciting that the phone is this far along in development. With the next iPhone not releasing until late summer, Samsung has a major opportunity on their hand to create some major hype around their new product release. As a major player in the luxury smartphone scene, the Galaxy lines have always had a devoted following. In 2017, however, it’s not really enough to just continue releasing phones with slightly more power. Samsung really needs to hit it out of the park with the Galaxy S9 if they want to capture the attention of a market that’s currently enamored with Apple. The iPhone X included a number of new features and was definitely a “tock” for Apple. Here’s hoping that Samsung also innovates and provides the excellent phone we’re all anticipating.
Huawei has been making phones since 2003 and it has grown to become one of the biggest brands in the world for smartphones, rivalling the likes of Samsung and Apple.
That’s in part because of the remarkably accomplished flagships it launches, such as those in the P and Mate ranges.
Why choose a Huawei 5G phone?
Huawei has a lot of experience of making smartphones at all ends of the market, as well as specifically being one of the more experienced 5G phone companies – in fact, it launched one of the first 5G phones and even created its own 5G modem, as well crafting other types of hardware, such as mobile broadband devices.
That experience means you can be confident that the company knows what it’s doing, and as such many of its phones are among the best in their category.
Huawei particularly excels when it comes to smartphone cameras, so any 5G phone from the company is likely to perform well on that front, with its handsets often having lots of lenses, good optical zoom and great low light skills.
Huawei also isn’t afraid to innovate. Being one of the first companies to launch a 5G handset is testament to that, but it also launched one of the first folding phones, among other things, so a Huawei 5G handset may also have other interesting or cutting-edge features that you won’t find in many other places.
Notable Huawei 5G phones
Huawei’s first 5G phone (and one of the first from any company) was the Huawei Mate 20 X 5G. As well as being notable for being such an early example, it also stands out thanks to its massive 7.2-inch screen, making it almost as much of a tablet as a phone.
Huawei is also responsible for the similarly-named Huawei Mate X, which as well as supporting 5G is also a foldable phone, making it innovative and exciting in at least two ways.
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Samsung Galaxy M51 to launch in India soon (Representational image)
Samsung is all set to launch the Galaxy M51 in India. The launch date is yet to be revealed but rumors and leaks have already confirmed some of the key details of the upcoming Samsung smartphone. After specifications, the price of the Galaxy M51 has surfaced online. The smartphone is expected to launch in India next month. The company is yet to confirm the details so take this with a pinch of salt.
Galaxy M51 price in India (expected)
According to news agency Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) the soon to launch Galaxy M51 will be manufactured in India and priced between Rs 25,000 and Rs 30,000. This means with the Galaxy M51, the South Korean smartphone manufacturer could aim to take on the likes of smartphones like Realme X3 SuperZoom, Redmi K20 Pro, OnePlus Nord, among others.
Galaxy M51 launch date (expected)
Earlier rumours suggested that the Galaxy M51 will launch in August but that wasn’t what Samsung had planned. New rumours suggest that the smartphone will launch later next month. The launch has reportedly been delayed due to production issues. The date is yet to be revealed but leaks suggest that it could go official in the second week of September. We will need to wait for Samsung to reveal the launch date of the Galaxy M51.
Galaxy M51 specifications (expected)
One of the biggest highlights of the Galaxy M51 is said to be the battery. The smartphone is expected to come packed with a massive 7000mAh battery with 25W fast charging support. It is going to be the first smartphones in the price segment to come with such a big battery. Rumours and leaks further reveal that the Samsung phone will come with triple rear camera setup, an AMOLED display, punch-hole design, One UI based on Android 10, among others.
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As far as the actual specs are concerned, the smartphone is expected to pack a 6.67-inch full-HD+ AMOLED display processor, at least 8GB RAM, 64MP primary camera +12MP secondary camera + an ultra-wide lens at the back. The front camera details have not been revealed has been revealed.
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Are you looking to start things anew with your iPhone 11? Maybe you’ve been having problems with your phone, or maybe you’re looking to pass it on clean to someone else. Well, you need to reset your iPhone; whether hard reset, soft reset or factory reset.
Resetting your phone comes in handy in many ways. It assists in solving a number of problems: an unresponsive phone, a crashed device, failure of the phone to ring or vibrate, problems answering or receiving phone calls. Resetting is pretty much like diagnosing your phone. Just like the right medicine will make you well, resetting your iPhone restores it back to its normal functioning.
This is what this article is all about. We’ll show you the different ways to hard reset your iPhone 11. The steps are clear and simple. Follow them to the latter for the desired results.
How to Hard Reset iPhone 11
Soft resetting your phone is important in that it helps eliminate minor glitches that may affect the normal functioning of your phone. Soft resetting your iPhone 11 is as easy as ABC. Follow these steps to soft reset your iPhone 11:
- Long press and hold the Side Button together with the Volume Down buttons. Do this until the ‘Slide to Power Off’ option appears.
- Slide it in order to turn off your iPhone 11 off completely.
- After your phone has turned off, restart it. Do this by holding the side button for long till the Apple Logo appears. Your phone then reboots.
Aside from this method, there is an alternative that makes use of the settings menu. This method is equally effective, but a little bit longer. In order to soft reset your iPhone 11 using the settings menu, follow these simple steps.
- Tap on the Settings icon in the home screen
- Go to ‘General’
- Scroll down till the ‘Shut Down’ option. Tapping on it will power off your iPhone.
- Wait for a few seconds then long-press the side button to turn it on again.
One thing to note is that soft reset doesn’t interfere with any of your stored data. There is, therefore, no need to worry about losing any essential content after the entire process.
2. Hard Reset
How to hard reset the iPhone 11 series is different from its predecessors. With age, there are changes that are incorporated in the Apple devices, which makes them different from the previous versions, the iPhone 11 being a good example of this. Shutting down for iPhones that were developed after the home button was removed is same for all.
Whether that’s a cliché or true, there’s a faster method, and we’re going to show you how. And this method has been tested, proven and guaranteed to work. If your iPhone is undergoing serious problems, you might not even have to go for the ‘Slide to Power off’ option at all. One thing, however, is that you’ll always have to make an immediate restart afterwards. All you need to do is:
Hard Reset iPhone 11
- Press the ’volume up’ button once
- Press the ‘volume down’ button once
- Press and hold the ’Side button’.
- Hold on until the Apple Logo appears
3. Factory reset
When it comes to factory resetting your iPhone, you’ve got two options; resetting using iCloud or the old way via iTunes. The most common one is using iTunes, while iCloud is the easier one of the two. The difference between these two is the location of the backed-up data. Resetting using iCloud backs up your data in iCloud while the latter backs up your data in iTunes. The process is pretty much the same, with only minor differences.
In order to factory reset your iPhone 11, follow these simple steps:
The first step is to log in to your iCloud account. To do this, go to settings then iCloud. Toggle on all the items that you would like to back up. It is recommended that you choose everything, but most importantly contact, notes, photos and mail. Once you’ve done this, scroll down to the ‘iCloud Backup’ option. Tap on the ‘Back Up Now’ option. Please note that in order for this process to proceed, you need to be connected to a Wi-Fi network. The process may also take a while before being completed.
The next step is to access the reset menu. To do this, tap on the main Settings icon on the home screen. Choose ‘General’ then tap on the ‘Reset’ button found at the bottom page. After this, you now have to reset your iPhone. To do this, you have to tap on the ‘Erase All Content and Settings’ option provided at the top. If you didn’t back up before as suggested, you would be prompted to do so. Enter your password and tap on the ‘Erase iPhone’ red option that pops up in a bid to confirm.
Once the resetting process is done (which will take several minutes) confirm once again if the iPhone has been factory restored. If this is the case, the iOS Setup Assistant will be presented to you upon startup. Please note that you will be setting up your iPhone from scratch; every previous setting will be erased.
The difference between hard resetting and factory resetting is that while the latter reboot the entire system, hard resetting only resets specific hardware in the system. Factory resetting is done to remove the entire data from the device. You start everything afresh as if it was new. Hard resetting, on the other hand, is done to reset specific hardware that might be interfering with the functioning of the phone.
Having minor glitches in your iPhone doesn’t necessarily mean that it is spoilt. You’ve been granted the freedom of taking matters into your hands and dealing with the situation. The steps given are clear and concise. You can do them on your own. Follow them as they are and your phone will be working in no time. If, for any reasons, the problems persist, feel free to contact Apple Company for assistance.
- You can soft reset your Samsung Galaxy S10 phone to fix minor issues with the device – this turns the phone off and back on again.
- To perform a soft reset on your Galaxy S10, press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons.
- You can also perform a factory reset to erase all apps and data from your Galaxy S10. You can do that using the Settings menu or by pressing three buttons at once on the phone.
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Despite its compact size, your Samsung Galaxy S10 is a sophisticated computer. And like any computer, it sometimes experiences problems that can be resolved with a reboot or a reset.
There are a few ways to reset your S10. If you are having a problem with your phone, you should start with what is commonly called a “soft” reset – basically, just turn it off and turn it back on again. If a soft reset doesn’t solve your problem, though, and all other troubleshooting fails as well, you might want to perform a factory reset.
A factory reset will completely remove your data and apps, returning the Galaxy S10 to its original factory condition. You should also perform a factory reset if you are selling the phone, or giving it to someone else.
How to ‘soft’ reset a Samsung Galaxy S10
1. Press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously for several seconds until the display goes black.
Dave Johnson/Business InsiderReset your Galaxy S10 by pressing the Power and Volume Down buttons at the same time.
2. Continue holding the buttons down until you see the Samsung Galaxy logo appear. Then let go and let the phone restart.
How to perform a factory reset on a Galaxy S10
1. Open the Settings app.
2. Tap “General management” and then tap “Reset.”
Dave Johnson/Business InsiderYou’ll find the option to factory reset your phone in the Settings menu.
3. Tap “Factory reset data.”
4. The Factory reset data screen will warn you about all the data and apps that are about to be erased. Scroll to the bottom and tap “Reset.” You will need to enter your pin to proceed.
How to perform a factory reset if your Galaxy S10 isn’t responding
If you need to do a factory reset but the screen does not appear to be working, you’re not out of options – there’s a way to factory reset your Galaxy phone with just its buttons.
1. Plug the phone into a USB port so it has enough power to complete the reset – if the screen isn’t working, you might not be able to tell how much battery life it has left.
2. Press and hold the power button until the phone switches off completely.
3. Press and hold the Power, Bixby, and Volume Up buttons simultaneously.
Dave Johnson/Business InsiderA factory reset using buttons requires pressing three buttons at once, which requires a little coordination.
4. Hold all three buttons until you see the Android logo appear. Then let go of the buttons.
5. Use the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons to navigate to the option labelled “Wipe data/factory reset.”
6. Press the Power button to select this option.
7. Use the Volume Down button to select “Yes – delete all user data” and press the Power button to select it.
8. When you see “Reboot system now,” press the Power button to restart the phone.
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Apple’s iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max have officially hit stores. And the latest versions of the company’s flagship device pack a host of improvements including all-new cameras that have consumers asking: Is now the time to upgrade?
After spending time with the three iPhones, I’ve decided it’s hard to deny their superiority to older models. The new cameras alone offer major upgrades over last year’s models, the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max. And the updated processors and drastically improved batteries make for a trio of iPhones that are flat-out the best Apple has produced by a long shot.
It’s hard to tell someone who just spent $1,000 on an iPhone XS to go out and buy these new phones, though. That device still has plenty to offer as far as performance and usage. In fact, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 13, will run on iPhones as old as the iPhone 6s.
But Apple (AAPL) has made such a compelling case to upgrade with its new iPhones, that it’s hard not to recommend making the jump.
The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max both get those same cameras, as well as a new 12-MP telephoto camera. The lenses for each are housed in a rectangular enclosure on the backs of the phones.
The look has inspired plenty of memes already, including one picture that turned the iPhone’s cameras into a stovetop. But regardless of how you feel about the design — I happen to think it helps the phones stand out more — there’s no denying the beauty of the photos these cameras take.
This week, I walked around Manhattan’s Washington Square Park, like a common tourist, taking photos of everything from flowers to the famous Washington Square Arch. The shots looked wonderful. Colors appeared evenly balanced, and minor details were easy to make out. The ultra-wide angle cameras on the phones add an extra dimension to your amateur photography arsenal by letting you capture more of the scene surrounding your subject.
The ultra-wide angle lens lets you take photos of your favorite landscapes by expanding the field-of-view versus the standard wide-angle camera, meaning there’s room in your frame for your subject.
Panorama mode will still capture more content by stitching together multiple wide-angle shots into a single, extra-wide photo. However, using the ultra-wide camera is easier, and doesn’t require you to keep the phone level while you turn in place to capture a scene.
The ultra-wide camera also works well when you’re trying to pack more people into a single shot. Instead of forcing everyone to get uncomfortably close to make sure they all fit into the frame, you can switch to the ultra-wide angle camera. You’ll still be able to capture everyone, and they won’t have to get close enough to hear each other breathing.
Taken with the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s telephoto camera. Image: Dan Howley
As for the telephoto lens, it’s the same experience that Apple offered with the iPhone XS and XS Max, but with a higher quality camera. What’s the big deal about having a telephoto camera compared to simply zooming in with your phone’s wide-angle camera? It’s all about the optics. Literally.
Taken with the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s wide-angle camera. Image: Dan Howley
The telephoto camera on the iPhone uses a lens that offers two times the level of zoom as the wide-angle lens. The fact that the lens itself does the zooming means that images you take are clearer than those taken using software-based zooming like you would with the iPhone 11’s wide-angle camera.
Taken with the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s ultra-wide-angle camera. Image: Dan Howley
Apple has also improved the low-light capabilities of its cameras across the iPhone 11 line. The new phones get a low-light photo mode that activates automatically depending on the lighting situation you’re shooting in. So if you’re at a bar, low-light mode will kick on, but if you’re in a well-lit room, it won’t.
I took low-light mode for a test spin and the fact that it launches on its own is certainly helpful. To turn off low-light mode, you have to tap the low-light button on the display, and then lower the shutter’s exposure time to off. You can always increase the shutter time, to capture more light and get a clearer picture, but you’ll also have to be sure to remain still.
Taken with the iPhone 11 Pro Max with low-light mode active. Image: Dan Howley
That’s because moving when taking low-light photos causes the subject to become blurred. The phone can compensate to a degree, but it won’t work miracles. It’s not going to function like night vision goggles, and let you see in the dark in real-time.
Taken with the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s low-light mode turned off. Image: Dan Howley
Low-light mode is available on all three versions of the iPhone 11, but it doesn’t work with the ultra-wide angle camera or telephoto camera. That’s because the feature takes advantage of the focus pixels used in the iPhones’ wide-angle cameras.
Apple has also improved the front-facing camera on the iPhone 11 line, and it introduced a new slow-motion selfie feature the company calls “slofies.” In truth, it’s a slow-motion video, and not likely something you’ll use often, but it’s good for a laugh.
New displays, new design, and more power
The cameras aren’t the only new features of the new iPhone line. The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max get Apple’s new Super XDR Retina displays. A type of OLED screen, the new displays get double the contrast ratio as their predecessors. That means colors will look more dynamic, ensuring you can view HDR content on the phones.
Apple managed this by increasing the brightness of the Super XDR Retina display to allow for a wider array of hues. It’s certainly a subtle difference, especially since the iPhone XS Max already had such a great screen, so don’t expect a night-and-day difference. But if you’re a screen snob, you’ll appreciate the upgrade.
The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max get new OLED XDR Super Retina Displays, while the iPhone 11 gets a LCD Liquid Retina display. (Image: Dan Howley)
The iPhone 11, on the other hand, keeps the same Liquid Retina display as the iPhone XR. That panel uses LCD technology, which means while it’s sharp and bright, it can’t quite match the same color saturation as the OLED panels on the 11 Pros. OLED screens also use less power than LCD displays, which is worth considering.
The iPhone 11 line also get new, more durable casings this time around. The iPhone 11 is made using a durable glass and aluminum, while the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max use the same type of glass in a matte finish and stainless steel.
Apple says the glass on these phones is the strongest available on a smartphone, and showed a demo during the phones’ unveiling in which they were dropped on asphalt. That doesn’t, however, mean that you should run around with a naked phone. Wrap that thing up in a case, especially since the line starts at $699.
The redesigned iPhones also get improved water resistance. You can now take the iPhone 11 in six feet of water for 30 minutes, without issue. The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, meanwhile, can survive in up to 12 feet of water for 30 minutes. That’s not to say you should take these phones scuba diving, but you definitely don’t have to worry if you drop them in the toilet or spill your beer on them.
The iPhone 11 sports two cameras, one with a wide-angle lens, and one with an ultra-wide angle lens. (Image: Howley)
Both the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are a hair taller and slightly heavier than their predecessors. A handful of friends and colleagues have commented on the weight difference between the models, but it’s so slight that you don’t notice it after holding the phones for a few minutes.
That added weight is likely a result of the larger, more powerful batteries in the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. Apple estimates that the 11 Pro gets four additional hours of battery life compared to the iPhone 11 XS, while the 11 Pro Max gets an extra five hours of battery life versus the XS Max.
I’m the type of person who blasts through his phone’s battery. My wife is constantly pointing out that my phones are always dying. So seeing that the iPhone 11 Pro Max was able to handle the kind of workload I throw at it — using it as a hotspot, watching movies, streaming music, aimlessly scrolling through Instagram — and still have plenty of juice left at the end of the day, should mean that the average person will get more than enough out of their phone.
The iPhone 11, for its part, gets a smaller one-hour increase in battery life compared to the iPhone XR, so don’t expect it to be as long-lasting as the Pro or Pro Max. The iPhone 11 also doesn’t have the same fast charger as the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, so topping off your phone will take a little longer.
The triple-camera setup on the iPhone Pro. (Image: Dan Howley)
Inside, Apple has equipped all three iPhones with its new A13 Bionic chip. The company says it’s the fastest smartphone processor and graphics processing unit on the market. I can’t back that up for certain, but I can say that these phones absolutely rip it in terms of performance. I brought the iPhone 11 Pro Max to the Yahoo Finance IT team, and they were shocked at how much faster it was than the iPhone XS Max.
I’ve personally seen that features like Face ID and snapping photos feel quicker, and games also run without any hiccups. Apple’s iOS 13 further optimizes the performance of all three phones, ensuring apps run smooth as silk.
Speaking of iOS 13, every iPhone from the iPhone 6s and up will be eligible for the mobile operating system. If you’ve got an iPhone 6 or older, though, you’re out of luck.
Should you get it?
Every year people ask me if it’s time for them to finally upgrade their old iPhones. And my answer is usually the same. If you bought last year’s model, stick with it. If you’ve got something older, then go for the new one.
That’s largely my advice this time around too, with a caveat. The iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max are still great phones. But, if you’re the kind of person who loves taking photos with their phone, then it’s worth considering making the jump to the iPhone 11 line.
As far as which of the three you should buy, that comes down to what you’re looking for. If you want the best value, the iPhone 11 is pound for pound, your best option. It has the same processor as the Pros and can capture low-light photos.
The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, however, offer that sweet telephoto lens, better battery life, and gorgeous displays. If money is no object, I’ve got to recommend the iPhone 11 Pro. It really is the best of what Apple has to offer in every way. But if you’re on a tighter budget, then grab the iPhone 11.
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Huawei appears aware of the situation and is “monitoring and assessing the potential impact.” We’ll have to wait for official confirmation from either Huawei or Google to find out what is happening for sure, but the intial report from the Washington Post seems pretty damning.
Back in February, Google released a statement saying was happy to continue to work with Huawei with the firm saying: “We have continued to work with Huawei, in compliance with government regulations, to provide security updates and updates to Google’s apps and services on existing devices, and we will continue to do so as long as it is permitted.”
Speaking to The Washington Post last week, Google spokesman Jose Castaneda said it was the temporary general license that had allowed the company to send those updates. It’s unclear what happens now and if P30 Pro and owners of other older handsets are now in for a rocky ride.
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iPhone 11 Pro Loudspeaker Replacement
No sound coming from your iPhone loudspeaker? Perhaps the sound is very low or distorted? We Solve All can repair and replace iPhone loudspeakers. Our iPhone loudspeaker repair service comes with a 12-month warranty (excluding accidental damage) for peace of mind.
iPhone 11 Pro Front Camera Replacement
If your iPhone front camera does not work, focus or is taking pixelated pictures we can help. We Solve All can replace and fix your front-facing camera. Our affordable iPhone front camera repair service includes a 12-month warranty (excluding accidental damage) for peace of mind.
iPhone 11 Pro Rear Camera Replacement
If your iPhone rear camera does not work, focus or is taking pixelated pictures we can help. We Solve All can replace and fix your rear or back camera. Our affordable iPhone rear camera repair service includes a 12-month warranty (excluding accidental damage) for peace of mind.
iPhone 11 Pro Wifi Repair
Does your iPhone experience wifi connection problems? We Solve All can fix iPhone wifi issues. Our iPhone wifi antenna repair service includes a 1-month warranty.
iPhone 11 Pro Bluetooth Related Repair
Does your iPhone experience Bluetooth connection problems? We Solve All can fix iPhone Bluetooth issues. Our iPhone Bluetooth repair service includes a 1-month warranty.
iPhone 11 Pro Software Repair
We Solve All can fix your iPhone software problems. All iPhone software repairs come with a 30-day warranty.
iPhone 11 Pro Vibration Repair
If your iPhone vibration is not working or making strange sounds we can help fix it. We Solve All provide an iPhone vibration motor replacement service. All iPhone vibration motor repairs include a 12-month warranty (excluding accidental damage) for peace of mind.
iPhone 11 Pro Motherboard or Logicboard Repair
If your iPhone does not turn on, has network, sound, touch or power problems, a motherboard repair may be needed. We Solve All provide an affordable iPhone motherboard replacement service. All fix iPhone motherboard repairs include a 1-month warranty (excluding accidental damage) for peace of mind.
iPhone 11 Pro Proximity Sensor Replacement
If your screen does not turn off when held to your ear then you may need an iPhone proximity sensor repair. We Solve All provide a fast and affordable service to fix iPhone proximity sensors. All iPhone proximity sensor repairs include a 12-month warranty (excluding accidental damage) for peace of mind.
iPhone 11 Pro Volume Button Replacement
Are your iPhone volume buttons stuck, working intermittently or not at all? We Solve All provides a service to fix iPhone volume buttons in order to have them working like new.
iPhone 11 Pro Data Recovery
Deleted something vital or trying to access data or files from a damaged iPhone? We Solve All’s iPhone data recovery service can help rescue photos contacts, messages, notes and more. We can regain lost, deleted, corrupt or damaged data for you.
iPhone 11 Pro Passcode Removal
Lost or forgotten your iPhone passcode and looking for a way to unlock your device? We Solve All’s speedy passcode removal service can help you quickly get back in to your iPhone and easily reset it.
iPhone 11 Pro Software Update
Having trouble updating iOS or the software on your iPhone? We can help with We Solve All’s rapid software update service. We help fix issues such as iPhone freezing, stuck in recovery mode, boot loop and more.
iPhone 11 Pro Charging Port Clean
If your iPhone isn’t charging or connecting to the lightning cable, then the port may need specialist cleaning. We Solve All provides a fast and affordable iPhone charging port cleaning service.
iPhone 11 Pro Sim Tray Replacement
Have you lost or damaged your iPhone sim tray. We have a replacement iPhone sim tray for all card sizes and models.
iPhone 11 Pro Sim Reader Repair
Is your iPhone not recognising your sim card or not receiving any signal? We Solve All’s iPhone sim card reader repair will quickly restore your connectivity to ensure your device is fully functioning.
iPhone 11 Pro Unlock From EE
If you have purchased an iPhone that is locked to the EE network, We Solve All can help. Our Unlock iPhone EE network service helps you quickly and easily have the freedom to connect to any other network.
iPhone 11 Pro Unlock From Vodafone
If you have purchased an iPhone that is locked to the Vodafone network, We Solve All can help. Our unlock iPhone Vodafone network service helps you quickly and easily have the freedom to connect to any other network.
iPhone 11 Pro Unlock from O2/Giff Gaff
If you have purchased an iPhone that is locked to the O2 or Giff Gaff network, We Solve All can help. Our unlock iPhone O2 or Giff Gaff network service helps you quickly and easily have the freedom to connect to any other network.
iPhone 11 Pro Unlock From Three
If you have purchased an iPhone that is locked to the Three network, We Solve All can help. Our unlock iPhone Three network service helps you quickly and easily have the freedom to connect to any other network.
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