Just over a year old, iPhone 11 Pro remains a heavyweight in the world of premium handsets. There’s a lot to love: it’s fast, durable with IP68 waterproofing, boasts excellent cameras and has a strong battery life.
Amazon’s current price on the 256GB model in midnight green is now at a show-stopping £899, which slashes a hefty £300 off the original £1,199 asking price.
Head to Amazon to see this deal right now. There aren’t many left in stock, so you’ll have to be quick.
If it sells out
you can also find the same deal over at John Lewis.
Don’t forget, you can also claim up to £400 from Amazon when you
trade in your old iPhone (depending on the model and quality of your old handset). John Lewis’s trade-in offer caps at £300 off.
It’s one of the biggest iPhone discounts we’re seeing in 2021 and the first time we’ve seen the price drop under £1,000. The same model cost £1,039 over Black Friday and Cyber Monday on Amazon, which is £160 off the £1,199 RRP.
The iPhone 11 range was the first to introduce ultra-wide lens to the rear camera array, previously limited to wide and telephoto. The sensors are much stronger than previous generations too, allowing much more definition, dynamic range, and more impressive low light photos.
In fact, Apple introduced Night Mode setting with the iPhone 11 range – the only issue is it’s automatic though, so you can’t turn it on yourself. The 11 Pro also offers 4K recording at 60fps, which you won’t get in previous models.
Under the hood, the iPhone 11 Pro is powered with the A13 Bionic processor (which is also what boosts picture quality). The A13 Bionic chip is 20% faster than past models and is also more power-efficient.
See our full review of the iPhone 11 Pro.
Sure the 11 Pro may not have 5G connectivity, which was only introduced in last year’s iPhone 12 series, but it does ship with the 18W fast charger – which the iPhone 12 does not.
John Lewis to get £300 off the iPhone 11 Pro.
We’re also looking at the
best iPhone 11 deals of the month here, and for
market-leading iPhone 12 deals, see our separate round-up.