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Apple iPhone XR review: better than good enough

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Blackberry Z HTC Inspire 4G. HTC One. HTC One M8. HTC One X. As we said, the wide-angle lens is identical between models, as far as we can tell. Subtle shifts in position aside, they're the same. This was taken under kitchen spotlights. It's when you get into Portrait mode that things become more complicated. The simple thing to note is that you will get different results from a Portrait shot on the XR than you would on the XS.

Plus, like the iPhone XS, you can change the level of blur after you've taken the shot. Here's an indoor Portrait mode shot, with very little light — the blinds are closed, the door is shut, and the lights are off. You can see that the iPhone XR is actually letting in a bit more light, because its wide-angle lens has a larger aperture than the telephoto lens on the iPhone XS.

The difference is subtle, but the left image doesn't have the same level of shadows on the left side of the face. Of course, you might prefer the shadows as an aesthetic effect, but that's a different matter.

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You can also see an effect from the lens' wide-angle nature. To get the same framing for these two shots, the iPhone XR had to be held much closer to the face, which is a bit weird and intrusive in itself when taking a photo. But it also results in a slightly bulbous effect, where the nose and face are out of proportion. It's a classic issue with wide-angle lenses and nearby objects. It means you may want to take Portrait shots a little further away with the iPhone XR.

So let's look at one of those. Once again, we've given it a tough lighting situation — a subject in shade, but with bright sunlight behind. The framing and appearance of the subject in both is fine — the background is a bit different due to the different focal lengths the photographer stood in different places to take these two shots with matching subject size.


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The iPhone XR has done a great job making the sky look vibrant on this sunny morning, but the person is a little dark — though there's still good dynamic range in the shadows. The iPhone XS Max gave us a less exciting sky, but the person looks much brighter and more pleasing, balancing the lighting in the shot overall.

It seems like the better photo. There's tons more detail in the iPhone XR's image! Our guess is that the iPhone XS Max's shot, by creating such a brighter image through a lens with a smaller aperture, probably had quite a noisy shot, which it's then applied a load of noise reduction to, resulting in soft details and artificially smoothed skin. It's a funny conundrum then. Looking over a bunch of Portrait mode shots we took, it seems like the XR is better for detail, but the XS Max handles lighting a lot better and so gives you a shot that's more aesthetically pleasing.

You can also use it for closer framing without distorting the subject. We should also note that the XR's Portrait mode only works on people, so you can't take pictures of your dog looking majestic, or your favourite cocktail against the sunset, with that background blur.

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On an iPhone with dual camera, you can take a Portrait mode of anything you can fit in the frame at the right distance. It picks up light well, but does tend to lose detail. We do think that Apple is falling behind the likes of Google a bit in this area, though. Let's finish up with video. First, it's great that the XR, like the XS models, has stereo microphones to record stereo sound in videos. Again, when playing them back on speakers that make the most of the split, it gives you a great sense of being in the location.

The XR also has 'extended dynamic range' video, which works like HDR to capture more information in the highlights and shadows.


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The idea is to help you capture more detail when shooting the video, and it does a great job at that. Like the Smart HDR stills mode, you can shoot video that mixes bright and dark areas without it looking rubbish. And then video in ideal conditions benefits from this too — you get beautiful detail in light conditions.

Overall, it's a really great camera system, and though we ultimately prefer the flexibility of the iPhone XS's dual lenses, and the brighter images we get from them in Portrait mode, this feels like a subjective opinion rather than something we can point to and say 'This is definitely better'. Which is fab, because it means you're not getting a camera in the XR that feels like it's suffering from being in the cheaper model — it feels more like a different approach to the same goal.

One that happens to be cheaper. The iPhone XR uses Apple's latest-generation A12 processor, which maintains the company's colossal lead over the competition when it comes to speed. This is almost certainly because it has around half the number of the pixels as the iPhone XS Max in its screen to drive, meaning not as much memory is needed. It doesn't seem to make any difference to the actual performance in our tests — everything is instantly responsive, and blisteringly fast. We mentioned that Apple's chips are vastly faster than the competition, so here's some context.

The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the hot new flagship for that company, is the best Android phone in the world in our estimation, and costs more than the iPhone XR. The iPhone XR's score of 4, in Geekbench's single-core benchmark puts it on par with laptop processors. The Mate 20 Pro scored 3, in the same test.


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