The best iPhone 11 deals

The iPhone 11 might not be the cheapest iPhone available – hey there iPhone SE (2020) – but it is still more reasonable than its siblings, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. We think it strikes a great balance between power and affordability, making it the best value phone in the iPhone 11 family.

The best iPhone 11 deals - September 2020

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The best iPhone 11 deals – September 2020

And it doesn’t have to cost full price. While Apple deals are still pretty rare, there are some ways to save money on a new handset. Here is our pick of the best iPhone 11 deals around…

The iPhone 11 is the lowest-specced of the iPhone range. It has an LCD screen which, while not as spectacular as the OLED panels on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, still provides a great viewing experience. It’s 6.1in large, which is big enough for watching movies and TV shows, and leaves enough space for on-screen controls for gaming. Plus it supports HDR, with both HDR10 and Dolby Vision available for compatible content.

Inside is the A13 Bionic chip, which lets it zip through apps and websites, and the camera is a great point and shoot. It all makes for a superb, affordable iPhone, and a real step up from the iPhone SE.

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iPhone 11 | Free Bose SoundLink wireless headphones | $27pm

Visible is a prepaid cell phone carrier owned by Verizon. It’s offering customers a free pair of Bose SoundLink wireless headphones. Buy an iPhone 11, activate the SIM, and you’ll be emailed a code. Enter that on the website, and the headphones are yours!View Deal

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iPhone 11 64GB | $449 at PureTalkUSA

PureTalkUSA is offering up to $250 off an iPhone 11. Eligible plans are the Unlimited or 20GB data plan. It uses AT&T’s network, so should give you ample coverage to go with this great deal.View Deal

But it’s not all about the visuals. The iPhone 11 has it on the sound front too, including support for Apple’s ‘spatial audio’ playback and Dolby Atmos. 

The speakers sound pretty decent by smartphone standards, but plug in a pair of in-ear headphones (you’ll need Apple’s 3.5mm-to-Lightning dongle), or connect to some wireless earbuds, and you’ll discover plenty of musicality and rhythmic drive.

In conclusion? The iPhone 11 is a great all-rounder, boasting a lot of the same skills as its more expensive siblings but for a lot less moolah. It won a What Hi-Fi? Award last year, which is really all you need to know. Find it on a deal, and you won’t be disappointed.


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