iPhone 11 vs iPhone XR – Know What Changes


The iPhone 11 was released few days back by Apple and brought some news regarding the iPhone XR 2018. In the following comparison, we will talk about the major changes between the two generations, both in terms of appearance and cameras and hardware. Check out!

iPhone 11 vs iPhone XR- Hardware and Battery

As a major highlight of the new generation of iPhones, Apple brought its new A13 Bionic chipset into each device. As already revealed, it has the fastest GPU ever seen on a smartphone and supports excellent graphics. To help with this, the device still has 4GB of RAM.


As for the iPhone XR, it has an A12 Bionic chipset along with 3GB of RAM. Of course, the combination of an upgraded processor with more RAM makes the iPhone 11 far superior in performance compared to the 2018 model. However, it is worth noting that the XR remains a great smartphone, running any application with the utmost peace of mind.

Lastly, it is worth noting that the iPhone 11 gained a slightly larger battery than its predecessor, going from 2942 mAh to 3110 mAh.

iPhone 11 vs iPhone XR- Screen and Design

As usual, Apple has not brought so many changes in appearance in the iPhone 11 compared to last year’s XR. Both are very similar, having the same glass back and rounded sides. Plus, both iPhone 11 and XR have exactly the same 6.1 ″ HD + LCD IPS screen.


If at the front the changes are not so noticeable, the rear brought a novelty. It turns out that Apple has created a new camera design for the iPhone 11, including a dual-camera setup. In addition, both are mounted within a square where we also have the LED flash.

iPhone 11 vs iPhone XR- Cameras

As in other departments, iPhone 11 cameras have also gained in comparison with the previous generation. It turns out that the new smartphone arrives with dual 12 MP camera with f / 1.8 + / 2.4 aperture and OIS for the primary sensor. On the other hand, the 2018 model has only one 12MP f / 1.8 aperture sensor.

Moving to the front camera, the iPhone XR was launched in 2021 with just a 7MP f / 2.2 sensor. However, the iPhone 11 has now been released with a 12MP f / 2.2 front camera.