At the hotly-anticipated annual Apple Product Launch in September 2019, the new flagship iPhone models - iPhone 11 Pro, and its larger phablet-style sibling, iPhone 11 Pro Max - were announced, along with a lower end member of the family; iPhone 11. Powered by the Apple A13 Bionic chip, and with up to 4 hours longer battery life, this 13th Generation of iPhone models was destined for release towards the end of September. The iPhone 11 Pro was the direct replacement for the 2018 iPhone XS, and as we have come to expect technological advancements with each generation of iPhone, we were certainly not disappointed with the launch of this batch of new Apple products.
Among the many advances over previous models, the iPhone 11 Pro (and 11 Pro Max) boasted several ‘firsts’ for an iPhone. Firstly the name; the flagship iPhone 11 models were designated as ‘pro’ - a word usually used only for larger devices such as iPads. Secondly, the iPhone 11 Pro was equipped with a somewhat controversial triple-lens rear camera system, which was welcomed by serious photographers for the improvement in image quality, but some critics were concerned that it increased the thickness of the iPhone, and some people claimed the design was ugly. Thirdly, the iPhone was delivered complete with an 18W fast charger and a Lightning/USB-C cable to connect to Mac computers. Finally, there was a new case colour ‘Midnight Green’, a simpler rear logo and a new frosted matt finish to the rear glass case.
The iPhone 11 Pro is a desirable (and expensive) piece of technology, and deserves to be treated with respect. However, having bought yourself one of these marvellous iPhones, you will want to be able to use it any time everywhere. The iPhone 11 Pro case is a thing of beauty, but is practically a total glass construction. Although the glass is toughened, it is still fairly easily damaged from dropping or scratching the surface. In addition, the 11 Pro has a triple-lens rear camera, so there are three opportunities for camera problems too, as well as all the other things that can go wrong in everyday use. If you have managed to damage your handset, or it isn’t working 100%, you need to get it into the care of an Apple repair expert as soon as possible, to get a rapid and professional repair. Your best option is to call out an iTech to your home or your work (or drop your iPhone in to the nearest iTechnician repair centre) for a rapid, on-demand iPhone 11 Pro screen repair, camera repair, or to sort out any other problems you may be having. Our iTechs work quickly to get to the bottom of iPhone 11 Pro problems, and they commit to delivering the highest quality of repairs, at the most competitive prices, so why wait?
iPhone 11 Pro repair costs vary and are constantly changing. We will keep updating this page so you can get an idea on what you should be paying for repairs in your area.