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Living with the iPhone 11 Pro: Here Are Our Top 5 Favorite New Features By Rex Chamberlain This is the iPhone 11 Pro. It's easily the best iPhone Apple has ever created (and it should be). It's their newest flagship, but in some ways, it's still a year-over-year incremental update. It has the same form factor, same stainless steel band, same-ish display, but in other ways, Apple has taken an enormous leap forward. So now that we're almost a month in, I want to go through the five best features of the new iPhone 11 Pro. 5. The Ultra-Wide Camera Lens Now, Apple spent a lot of time onstage talking about the new camera system on the iPhone 11 Pro, and this is easily its most significant feature. The biggest reason you would upgrade to the most expensive high-end iPhone is because of the camera system. There are now three lenses found on the iPhone 11 Pro. There are the same two lenses from last year, the telephoto and the regular lens. But, they've added an ultra wide-angle lens, which opens up some incredible possibilities when shooting photos or videos. Now for me, the wide-angle lens has been the best new feature on the iPhone. I've used it consistently in the last month, taking plenty of pictures of my kid as well as taking videos with a more grand look to them. 4. Night Mode Is a Game- Changer Now the other major upgrade that Apple added to the camera this year was Night Mode. Previously, Apple was a bit behind with Night Mode, because just about every other smartphone manufacturer had already put out some variation of Night Mode (and some of them are really good). The Google Pixel has been the leader in Night Mode photography. However, as Apple has historically done, they may not be first to market, but they generally do it the best. And I think Apple has

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