iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max vs. iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max: Apple’s premium phones compared

We compare cameras, performance, battery life and more between Apple’s newest Pro phones and last year’s models.

Let’s say you already know you want an iPhone, specifically the Pro version. Or maybe you already have an iPhone 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max and are trying to decide whether to trade it in for something from Apple’s new iPhone 12 lineup. The iPhone 12 Pro starts at $999, and the Pro Max starts at a cool $1,099. (Here’s more info on iPhone 12 prices, release dates and how to preorder.) Apple discontinued the 11 Pro and Pro Max when the iPhone 12 line was announced, but you can still find the iPhone 11 Pro for $900 and the 11 Pro Max for $1,000.

Trading in to Apple will bring the price of an iPhone 12 down considerably — as much as $450 in savings for an 11 Pro trade-in, or $500 for a Pro Max — but then again, keeping your old phone for another year is free. Apple made several improvements to its iPhone 12 lineup, (most notably 5G coverage) but are the phone’s newest tricks worth the cash? The answer depends on what’s important to you. Let’s compare Apple’s 2019 and 2020 Pro flagships on design, camera, performance and more https://www.cnet.com/news/iphone-12-pro-and-pro-max-vs-iphone-11-promax-apples-premium-phones-compared/.

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