Best Apple iPhone 2021: Which is the Best iPhone for you?
If you ask which is the Best iPhone in 2021? The answer is Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max!. It is the best time to buy an iPhone with the iPhone 12 range being Apple’s biggest and best iPhone range yet. With Four models of the iPhone 12 range with four different colours, Apple launched the Best among all iPhones range yet. There is the basic iPhone Also 12, the iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro max (Apple’s biggest phone till now), and also the iPhone 12 mini model, a rejoice for small phone lovers. Apart from iPhone 12 range, there is the Budget iPhone SE (2020) too, which was launched before them. Together with older iPhones that you can still get a hold of. Buying an older model can be a great way to save money as Apple keeps its phone backed with software updates.
All these iPhones come in various sizes, designs, budgets, and features. We have ranked all the iPhones that Apple currently sells along with older models, the 12 which you will see down below. So let’s dive into the detailed overview of what each model of Best iPhone 2021 offers.
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Everyone’s desires in the technological aspects are all about brands and the stunning performances with exemplary outlook and finishing.
Why users are so eager to use Apple products?
Well, it will be concluded when we are attached with the gadgets from apple, sliding through our palms to the pocket.
Everyone intent to have a such smart branded gadget, but about the other gadgets at the same specifications and lower cost price than Apple?
It all about the maintenance and trustworthiness of the brand that giving without any lags or problems arisen while using gadgets.
Let’s check out the most everlasting Apple era of the iPhone that makes us awe. Year by year apple is maintaining its robust changes in its series of gadgets. Moreover, everyone dies for an Apple iPhone. Apart from the stunning logo and brand, there is something to attract the users even maintain the peak in prices.
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iPhone 12pro Max
- Display: 6.70-inch (1284×2778)
- Front Camera: 12MP
- Rear Camera: 12MP+ 12MP + 12MP
- Storage: 128GB
- OS: iOS 14
iPhone 12 Pro Max design and display
One of the main differences between the iPhone 12 Pro Max and the iPhone 12 Pro is their physical size. The iPhone 12 Pro Max is Apple’s largest iPhone yet, and its size seems amplified due to the flattened edges of the top and bottom glass, and the flat frame. It’s taller and wider than last year’s iPhone 11 Pro Max, but slimmer at 7.4mm than any previous ‘Max’ model. It’s a heavy phone too, weighing 226g. I think I have moderately large hands, but even for me, the iPhone 12 Pro Max felt a bit too large to use comfortably at first, and I’m not even talking about one-handed use here.
The build quality is fantastic, just like with the iPhone 12 Pro. You get a stainless steel frame running around all sides, the usual array of buttons and ports for an iPhone, and a frosted glass back panel.
iPhone 12 Pro Max cameras
Apple has made some major upgrades over the iPhone 12 Pro, on paper anyway. The main rear camera is new and is said to have a 47 per cent larger sensor, with bigger (1.7 micrometres) pixels for improved low-light performance compared to the iPhone 12 Pro. Apple has also used sensor-shift stabilization, which means the sensor itself can move slightly on its axes to compensate for handshakes, instead of the lens moving (known as OIS). It’s a first on an iPhone, but we’ve seen a similar implementation in the Vivo X50 Pro recently.
Camera features remain the same as on the iPhone 12 Pro. All the sensors are still 12 megapixels, and all support Deep Fusion, Night Mode, Night Portrait, and Smart HDR 3. The iPhone 12 Pro Max can also shoot Dolby Vision HDR videos at up to 4K 60fps.
The camera upgrades to the iPhone 12 Pro Max over the iPhone 12 Pro do make it easier to capture low-light photos, and you get the benefit of slightly higher optical magnification with the telephoto camera as well as slightly better stabilization in videos.
iPhone 12 Pro Max battery life
Phone 12 Pro Max features a 3,687mAh battery which is a lot higher than the iPhone 12 Pro’s battery capacity, but a bit lower than that of the iPhone 11 Pro Max. You can charge the iPhone 12 Pro Max quickly using any standard USB Type-C Power Delivery charger. We can use Apple’s optional Mag Safe wireless charger, but be aware that it heats quite a bit and it will take longer to charge the phone fully compared to wired charging.
iPhone 12 Pro Max performance
The performance of the iPhone 12 Pro Max is very similar to that of the iPhone 12 Pro, It uses the same Apple A14 Bionic SoC, there’s 6GB of RAM, 5G, and all the other good stuff such as an IP68 rating and eSIM functionality
Comparison with iPhone 12 pro
The iPhone 12 Pro features digital zoom up to 10x, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max features digital zoom up to 12x. Finally, the iPhone 12 Pro Max features a 2.5× ƒ/2.2 telephoto lens, while the iPhone 12 Pro features a 2x ƒ/2.0 telephoto lens.
2.iPhone 12 pro
- Display: 6.10-inch (1170×2532)
- Front Camera: 12MP
- Rear Camera: 12MP+ 12MP + 12MP
- Storage: 64GB
- OS: iOS 14
The iPhone 12Pro starts with a 128GB variant which is priced at Rs. 1,19,900. The 256GB storage variant will cost you Rs. 1,29,900, and the top-end 512GB variant will cost you Rs. 1,49,990.
iPhone 12 Pro design and display
iPhone 12 Pro has a flattened stainless steel frame, versus the rounded sides of every model since the iPhone X It’s a big change but not something we haven’t seen before. Apple first used a flat frame for the iPhone 4 and stuck with it to the iPhone 5s, before switching to rounded sides.
It’s comfortable to hold and a tad easier to grip than the iPhone 11 Pro. However, it’s nearly impossible to keep the glossy frame smudge-free. While stainless steel should be a lot more durable than the aluminium frame used for the regular iPhone 12, the same cannot be said about the paint job.
Most of the ports and buttons are placed the same as on the iPhone 11 Pro. The buttons have good feedback and are flat. The SIM card tray has been moved to the left side of the phone. The iPhone 12 Pro only supports a single physical Nano-SIM, but an eSIM option is present. The models sold in India lack the little cutout on the right side of the frame for the millimetre-wave (mm-Wave) 5G antennas that you can see on the versions sold in the US. More on 5G in a bit.
The display on the iPhone 12 Pro is larger than the one on the iPhone 11 Pro. It measures 6.1 inches (vs 5.8 inches) and features a new cover glass material that Apple calls Ceramic Shield. This is said to offer up to four times better shatter resistance than the iPhone 11 Pro’s display, but this doesn’t necessarily mean it’s more strict with the scratches
Other than its size and the new glass, the characteristics of the display haven’t changed much. Like the iPhone 11 Pro, the iPhone 12 Pro uses a Super Retina XDR OLED panel with a peak brightness of 1,200nits (800nits typical) and has a 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio. It also supports multiple HDR formats: HDR10, Dolby Vision, and HLG.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max, the largest model in Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup, adds super-long battery life and a giant screen to the 12 Pro’s excellent camera capabilities.
Coming to the bundled accessories, there isn’t much in the box. The iPhone 12 Pro ships in a slimmer box than before and that’s because there’s just a USB Type-C to Lightning cable and some documentation in it. Apple stopped shipping the Lightning to 3.5mm headphone adapter with the iPhone XS, and now it’s removed the headset and power adapter too. While other companies have had a field day mocking Apple for this decision, some of them might just be heading towards the direction, too if rumours are to be believed.
In terms of power, the A14 Bionic promises up to 50 per cent better CPU and GPU performance compared to the previous generation, which is still very powerful. The biggest change is in Apple’s Neural Engine logic in the SoC, which is now 16 cores strong (up from eight cores previously) and promises up to 80 per cent faster performance in machine learning tasks.
Other features include Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5, Ultra-Wideband (UWB), support for multiple satellite navigation systems, and NFC. The iPhone 12 Pro offers Face ID for biometric authentication using Apple’s True-depth 3D camera system. It’s also is rated to function at depths of up to 6m for up to 30 minutes, compared to up to 4m for the iPhone 11 Pro even though it has the same IP68 rating.
iPhone 12 Pro battery life and MagSafe
iPhone 12 Pro seems to have a 2,815mAh capacity, which is lower than that of the iPhone 11 Pro. This might be as lower as, in comparison with the previous series launched by apple. For most people, I think this should be satisfactory.
Apple this time makes you a bit low when comes to the battery type-c Power adapter, as the mobile comes with just a type C cable where you can charge with your desktops or laptops, but it won’t kick the speed as like the power adapter do.
It is been available at the cost of 1900 bucks. Since the rate of speed varies with the power added by the adapter.
The iPhone 12 Pro and the rest in the series support Mag Safe chargers and accessories, which are designed to magnetically latch onto the back of the iPhone for optimal contact.
A few things to note about Apple’s MagSafe charger
you can use it with any device that supports Qi wireless charging, but it will work slower. It will not charge an Apple Watch, but for this, Apple will happily sell you the MagSafe Duo charging station for Rs. 13,990 Indian rupees.
While MagSafe is a cool way to charge your new iPhone 12 Pro, I would still stick to wired charging, and here’s why. Apple’s MagSafe charger doesn’t have a very long cable so you’ll need to be closely tethered to your wall socket anyway. Second, the charger gets very hot so it’s not exactly comfortable to hold and use the phone while it’s charging. Third, Apple very clearly states that the power delivered to your iPhone via MagSafe will vary depending on temperature and system activity.
iPhone 12 Pro camera
On the surface, it would seem that Apple hasn’t changed the camera setup a whole lot compared to the iPhone 11 Pro. However, the iPhone 12 Pro does boast of some new features, and one, in particular, could just be a solid enough reason to get the 12 Pro. I am of course talking about the iPhone 12 Pro’s ability to record Dolby Vision HDR video, which in my opinion, is a game-changer.
There’s a toggle in the camera app’s settings that lets you enable or disable this feature.
When enabled, the iPhone 12 Pro lets you record up to 4K 60fps video in Dolby Vision HDR. This HDR format is becoming increasingly common even for budget TVs, and many streaming services now use it
Video shot during the day with all three rear cameras is excellent. Colours look natural, there’s plenty of detail, and stabilization works very well even if you switch sensors mid-recording. Video recorded in low light continues to impress, although, in very dark scenes, footage can look a bit noisy if you move about. The ultra-wide-angle camera produces noticeably weaker details in low light for video.
The telephoto camera can still only zoom up to 2x optically, but it is stabilized. The iPhone 12 Pro can also take Night mode Portrait shots, which again is a welcome addition.
Apple has used a larger primary camera sensor in this model, compared to the iPhone 12 Pro, and it also features sensor-shift stabilization for the very first time in an iPhone, similar to what you get in the premium mirror-less cameras.
Read Also: Review of iPhone 12 Pro.
3. iPhone 12
- Display: 6.10-inch (1170×2532)
- Front Camera: 12MP
- Rear Camera: 12MP+ 12MP
- Storage: 64GB
- OS: iOS 14
What’s interesting is that the iPhone 12 Pro price starts at Rs. 40,000 higher at Rs. 1,19,000 (which is a much wider difference in India than elsewhere in the world, for reasons that Apple declined to clarify when asked). The iPhone 12 Pro has a stainless steel frame rather than aluminium, twice as much storage per tier, and a 2x optical telephoto camera plus a Li-DAR sensor which has some applications for AR and low-light photography. It’s also capable of higher maximum screen brightness, 60fps Dolby Vision HDR video recording, Night mode portraits, and Pro Raw photo capture. If none of these features matters to you, the much lower-priced iPhone 12 with the same as Soc, battery, and other camera hardware suddenly seem like the best competing one.
iPhone 12 design
A completely flat front and back, as well as a flat frame running around the perimeter of the iPhone 12 family. This is somewhat like the iPhone 5 generation, but without even bezel edges meeting the display glass. If you choose one of the brighter colour options, you’ll see the metal frame around the edges of your device.
it is considerably smaller in all dimensions, especially thickness, and also quite a bit lighter. At just 7.4mm thick and 162g, the differences are to be noted.
iPhone 12 specifications and software
One of the most noticeable upgrades that the iPhone 12 introduces is its screen. Apple has used almost the same OLED panel on this device as on the iPhone 12 Pro, in stark contrast to earlier series, in which lower-end models were saddled concerning lower-resolution LCD screens. This makes the iPhone 12 feel a lot more premium than its previous one’s.
It has two high-performance and four energy-efficient CPU cores, a quad-core GPU, next-gen “Neural Engine” AI logic, and more. Apple claims that this 5nm chip is not only the fastest current smartphone processor but also incredibly power efficient. The big push with this generation is machine learning, which can be used to accelerate on-device AI to make apps and the UI itself more personal and secure.
The 6.1-inch 1170×2532 HDR panel supports the wide P3 colour gamut and Apple’s True Tone ambient light adjustment feature. The notch at the top is pretty huge by today’s standards, and it’s annoying when watching videos fullscreen, but it isn’t otherwise much of a problem if you’re used to using any fairly recent iPhone.
iPhone 12 has a 2,815mAh battery and 4GB of RAM, where we can choose between 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB of storage considering the prices, but the base model really should have had more.
The entire iPhone 12 family supports sub-6GHz 5G, also Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5, Ultra-Wideband positioning, GPS, and NFC, though Apple restricts how some of these standards can be used.
iPhone 12 performance and battery life
Everything from Face ID authentication to loading heavy games and switching between apps seems to be effortless with a comparison of other versions.
Games like, Call of Duty Mobile and Asphalt 9: Legends go smooth, aside from the body getting a bit warm. Casual games such as Alto’s Odyssey and Lara Croft Go were a lot of fun. The user won’t have any trouble staying entertained, though we will have to supply our Bluetooth earphones or recycle a headset with a Lightning connector from an older iPhone.
Videos and games look great, apart from the large notch often getting in the way. Colours pop in HDR videos, and this is one of the key areas in which the iPhone 12 is a significant upgrade over its predecessors.
If we play games for an hour or so, stream lots of music, check social feeds and take lots of photos and videos, we will probably want to plug this phone in (or snap on a Mag-safe pad) each night.
The iPhone 12 lasts for a reasonable 14 hours, 32 minutes in our HD video loop test, beating the iPhone 12 mini by only a small margin and coming in slightly behind the iPhone 12 Pro with the same capacity battery.
iPhone 12 cameras
The same arrangement of cameras as on the iPhone 11, a 12-megapixel wide-angle primary camera and an additional 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle one on the rear, plus another 12-megapixel sensor for the front camera. The main difference in specifications is in the aperture of the primary camera, which is now f/1.6 for better low-light shots. On the software side, you can now use Night mode and Deep Fusion on all three cameras, and you can record Dolby Vision HDR video at up to 30fps.
The iPhone 12 is a solid, competent phone but it is also very expensive. Along with the iPhone 12 mini, it’s positioned as a premium option, with its slick new body, excellent high-resolution OLED screen, and flexible cameras.
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4. iPhone 12 mini
- Display: 5.40-inch (1080×2340)
- Front Camera: 12MP
- Rear Camera: 12MP+ 12MP
- RAM: 4GB
- Storage: 64GB
- OS: iOS 14
In a world where nearly all smartphones have 6-inch or larger screens, this new 5.4-inch model does stand out. Even as the iPhone 12 Pro Max launches with the biggest screen ever on an Apple phone, the company balances things out with this shrunken option. It’s aimed mainly at people who have been holding on to their older iPhone 5 or 6-era devices because they like the size, but it also might just solve a problem that you didn’t even realize you had.
The display is incredibly sharp, with a higher resolution and pixel density than even the screen of the iPhone 11. The move to OLED panels across the lineup makes for vibrant colours and rich contrast.
The iPhone 12 mini can get quite loud, and the stereo effect with the earpiece and bottom-firing speaker is fairly natural. The bass is thin, but the sound doesn’t distort and is surprisingly rich overall. Compared to the iPhone 12, there’s a reduction in the presence and fullness of sound, but the maximum volume isn’t significantly lower, at least in casual use.
Unlike older models, the screen is completely flat, without prominently rounded sides. The aluminium frame also lacks any sort of bevelled edges, instead of extending to the front and rear to enclose the glass. This flatness good news for those who like adhesive screen protectors.
iPhone 12 mini battery life and performance.
Phone 12 mini gets noticeably warm when running heavy games or tests for a while – even taking photos and videos can make the SoC run at a high clock speed. The phone didn’t get stressed too much or become unable to perform smoothly at any point with ordinary usage.
The A14 Bionic SoC had no trouble maxing out nearly all the scenes in GFXBench (Metal) at 59-60fps except for the most demanding Aztec Ruins (High Tier) scene which ran at a still-impressive 51.8fps. As for general CPU performance, it has scored a bit low than the preceding versions of it.
The iPhone 12 swigged along at around 40fps, with scores declining gently after each loop with a final stability score of 71.2 per cent. On the other hand, the iPhone 12 mini took a major dive just a few minutes in, and its stability was reported to be just 46.6 per cent. This shows that sustained performance is not consistent under heavy load.
iPhone 12 mini camera
The two rear cameras and single front camera on the iPhone 12 mini are the same as what we get on the larger iPhone 12 and in fact, you also get pretty much the same features and capabilities as you would with the iPhone 12 Pro, which costs a lot more. Each one has the same 12-megapixel resolution, but the primary wide camera has an f/1.6 aperture while the ultra-wide one has a much less forgiving f/2.4 aperture.
New with this generation is support for Night Mode and Deep Fusion across all cameras, Dolby Vision HDR video recording at up to 30fps, and Smart HDR 3.
Night-time photography is where the iPhone 12 mini excels. Night mode can deliver some truly phenomenal results, and being able to use it with wide-angle and front cameras is highly satisfying. The phone usually needs to be held still for 1-3 seconds, but you can push this up to 29 seconds, which only makes sense if you’re using a tripod.
The front camera is just as good as the rear ones. Selfies have excellent detail and faces are exposed well even in weak light. Portrait mode uses the same 3D sensor array as Face ID. Night mode kicks in automatically when needed, as expected.
The new iPhone 12 mini offers top-end hardware and features including an excellent OLED screen, fantastic cameras, and the industry-leading A14 Bionic SoC.
Battery life isn’t great, and performance might be thermally constrained in some extreme cases. Even so, the iPhone 12 mini is likely to be the new default iPhone for many people simply because it’s the most affordable (relatively speaking) of the new 2020 family
- Display: 4.70-inch (750×1334)
- Front Camera: 7MP
- Rear Camera: 12MP
- RAM: 4GB
- Storage: 64GB
- OS: iOS 13
The iPhone SE (2020) is so different from other phones in its price range, in terms of features and target audience, that it almost seems as though it should be in a different product category.
The new iPhone SE doesn’t feel like what an iPhone – or even a smartphone – should be today. You aren’t quite getting the modern iPhone experience at a lower price. That said, it will serve the purpose of an upgrade and it does run the latest version of iOS with all the apps you could want.
The front and rear are all glass, with the frame made of aluminium, the build quality is at perks. The two-tone looks of the white and (Product)RED options available. We particularly like the IP67 rating for water resistance, which is not common on Android phones at this price.
There’s no doubt that the processor is extremely powerful, and you’re unlikely to face slowdowns for years, if at all. That said, while Apple might use the same SoC that’s in its flagships, the company doesn’t talk about detailed specifications, and reports of an Under-clocked A13 Bionic seem to have some merit.
Mobile and Asphalt 9: Legends. Both ran very smoothly at High graphics settings. We did feel that the screen was a little cramped, but the size of the body relative to the screen let us get a better grip than we’re used to.
iPhone SE (2020) cameras
We get only one 12-megapixel f/1.8 rear camera and a 7-megapixel f/2.2 front camera, which will put a lot of people off. I would have liked wide-angle or telephoto capabilities.
The cameras of the iPhone SE (2020) combine old hardware with new software. We get the same sensor and lens specifications as on the iPhone 8, but the A13 Bionic Soc allows for some surprising new features and capabilities. Also, in the portrait mode with manually variable depth and studio lighting effects using software, smart HDR, extended dynamic range in the video, and selfie video stabilization.
The iOS camera app is the same as what you’d see on the iPhone 11 or 11 Pro series. Apple now makes more controls accessible in the viewfinder, including photo aspect ratio and video framerate, though this comes at the cost of UI clutter.
The single rear camera is remarkably capable. Daylight samples came out looking crisp with well-balanced colours and exposures. The focus wasn’t always perfect, but when it was, the level of detail in even tiny subjects and fine textures was excellent. Portrait mode works best when the phone detects a face, but even natural depth of field is quite pleasant when there’s a gap between a subject and the background.
Therefore apple never depresses the users its variants and new approaches, always intend to pay the way from the user side. There are lot more models attracted and stroked our mind earlier, hence these are the top order list that never drops from the fantasy of the Apple.
6.iPhone 11 Pro
Used to be the best but a bit too pricey. It used to be on the second spot on the list of our best iPhones due to its small screen single-hand efficacy, affordability with three rear cameras, and screen quality. Excluding all, money is a factor most people look at before buying a new smartphone but you can find it cheaper since the debut of the iPhone 12 Pro.
Weight: 188g, Dimension: 144 x 71.4 x 8.1mm, OS: iOS 13, screen size: 5.8 inch, Resolution: 1125 x 2436, CPU: A13 Bionic, RAM: 4GB, Storage: 64/256/512GB, Battery: 3046mAh, Rear camera: 12MP+12MP+12MP, Front camera: 12MP
7.iPhone 11 Pro Max
It is the fastest with three rear cameras, the best iPhone in 2021 out there. iPhone 11 Pro Max was once the biggest, fastest, baddest iPhone out there with its starting price beginning at $1099and increasing with ultra-wide lens up-gradation. The photo software has been upgraded too, and smoother switching between zoom levels. The battery level has also been upgraded to an overwhelming 4 hours over the iPhone XS Max. this is a superficially cheaper version of the iPhone 12 Pro Max discussed above.
Weight: 226g, Dimension: 158 x 77.8 x 8.1mm, OS: iOS 13, Screen size: 6.5-inch, Resolution: 1242 x 2688, CPU: A13 Bionic, battery: unknown, Storage: 64/256/512GB, Rear Camera: 12MP+12MP+12MP, Front camera: 12MP.
8. iPhone XS
Best iPhone in 2021 for those who are looking for something compact. Smart HDR, faster ope3ration in one hand makes it the best deal for. It was once Apple’s best ‘small’ phone with a 5.8-inch screen, so it’s handier than a lot of other larger phones on this list. But it still hits hard in terms of spec. it has a Smart HDR-capable 12MP camera, enhanced front-facing camera, and a fast A12 Bionic chipset, just like the larger iPhone XS Max. its specifications as follows:
Weight: 174g, Dimension: 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7mm, OS: iOS 12, Screen size: 5.8-inch, Battery: 2659mAh, Rear camera: 12MP+12MP, Front camera: 7MP.
9.iPhone XS Max
Apt for games and movies as it has a big screen, with a strong camera. This is the best iPhone when your hands and wallets were large enough. It’s a perfect phone with a giant screen for all big-screen lovers, but now it has been replaced by the iPhone 11 Pro Max and the 12 Pro Max we have mentioned above. It comes with a dual-lens 12MP camera, smart HDR, and increased sensor size to capture larger pixels. But do not let that 12MP fool you. The iPhone XS Max uses in-depth qualities to adjust any background blur during and after a shot.
Weight: 208g, Dimensions: 157.5 x 77.4 x 7.7, OS: iOS 12, screen size: 6.5-inch, Resolution: 1242 x 2688, CPU: A12 Bionic, RAM: 4Gb, Storage: 64/256/512GB, Battery: 3179mAh, Rear camera: 12MP+12MP, Front camera: 7MP.
Has great battery life with a lower price tag and fun colours. iPhone XR is a great option for consumers who don’t want to buy the most expensive iPhone money. This used to be Apple’s cheapest iPhone until the iPhone SE 2020 came along.
It comes in a variety of colours: White, Black, Yellow, Coral, Blue, Red. It still shares the same internal specs: Apple’s A12 Bionic chipset and a 12MP dual-lens camera with a single lens on the back. But some apps are still not fully optimized and it has a lower-res screen which makes people avoid it. Following are its specifications:
Weight: 194g, Dimensions: 150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3mm, OS: iOS 12, Screen size: 6.1-inch, Resolution: 1792 x 828, CPU: A12 Bionic, RAM: 4GB, Storage: 64/128256GB, Battery: 2942mAh, Rear camera: 12MP+12MP, Front camera: 7MP.
11. iPhone X
it has got a brilliant screen with powerful innards. iPhone X is impressive but at the same time expensive too. This is apt for you when you want a great modern iPhone without buying a newer device. It comes in a large all-screen display that takes your selfies to a greater level and can map your face to an iPhone X- exclusive Animoji. iPhone X was launched on Apple’s 10th anniversary and just has about anything iPhone users need to know, from a more forward-leaning design to faster specs and new features. You may want to get used to Face ID rather than the non-existent fingerprint sensor. Its specifications include:
Weight: 174g, Dimensions: 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7mm, OS: iOS 11, screen size: 5.8-inch, CPU: A11 Bionic, Resolution: 1125 x 2436, RAM: 3GB, Storage: 64/256GB, Battery: 2716mAh, Rear camera: 12MP+12MP, Front camera: 7MP.
This was a gist of the best iPhones in 2021 which would possibly help you get one for yourself as per your requirements. I hope you liked the information and we will continue to share with you any additional data regarding it in the future.