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Battle of the Pros: iPhone 11 Pro vs iPhone 13 Pro

The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro are two highly successful smartphones that were released two years apart. Both devices are celebrated for their exceptional design and impressive performance. While they share some similarities, there are also notable differences that set them apart from each other.


Both devices have a similar design, with a stainless-steel frame and a glass back. However, the iPhone 13 Pro has a slightly larger screen than the iPhone 11 Pro, measuring 6.1 inches compared to 5.8 inches. It also has a smaller notch, which means more screen real estate.


One of the most significant improvements in the iPhone 13 Pro is its camera. It features a triple camera setup with a 12MP ultra-wide, wide and telephoto lens. The camera also has a larger sensor, which improves image quality in low-light conditions. The iPhone 11 Pro, on the other hand, has a triple camera setup with a 12MP ultra-wide, wide and telephoto lens.


Both devices are equipped with Apple’s A-series chip, but the 13 Pro has a more powerful A15 Bionic chip compared to the A13 Bionic chip in the 11 Pro. The A15 Bionic chip provides faster performance and improved efficiency, making the iPhone 13 Pro faster and more responsive.

Battery Life

The iPhone 13 Pro has a larger battery than the iPhone 11 Pro, which means it has a longer battery life. It can last up to 22 hours of talk time, while the iPhone 11 Pro can only last up to 18 hours of talk time.

Overall, both offer impressive features and performance capabilities. The iPhone 13 Pro has a more advanced camera system and a faster processor, while the iPhone 11 Pro offers solid performance and a more affordable price point. Depending on your needs and budget, either device could be a great choice.

The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro are available for purchase on the Badili website or any of their exclusive stores located at Ambience Mall, Ring Road, Westlands and Riara Road near Junction Mall for KES 123,392 and KES 73,360.

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