My feedback here. Long-story short, no improvement personally on the 11 Pro -- it's still awful in low-signal areas. That said, I realize I'm just one person in a sea of many. Your mileage may vary.How's the reception for all the models compared to last year (for the people who had bad reception issues with the xs/max)
That’s unfortunate. Even after Apple admitted they knew of a problem, they still sent these new models out with the same antennae design.I have an iPhone 7 and an iPhone 11 Pro, and can compare them side-by-side.
In areas where iPhone 7 is barely but consistently able to make a data connection (2 bars), iPhone 11 Pro is at 1 bar and unable to do anything.
Back goes the iPhone 11, and I will buy a used iPhone X, being sure to score one with a Qualcomm modem (i.e. model A1865). Apple is selling some refurbished iPhones X, but they're nearly the same price as new iPhone 11s
It's possible, but Apple and Intel had a LOT of work to catch up to what Samsung is doing with Qualcomm's modem-to-antenna system that in the Note and Galaxy series. I'm very skeptical that they can do it, but I'd love to be proven wrong when the RF testing data comes in.
That has nothing to do with anything. It's not analog lol. Reception is primarily about fringe coverage areas, inside buildings, and the NYC-centric issue of reconnecting after being in a dead zone (hitting the Transit Wireless network at each station, dropping in the tunnel and re-connecting).I like the reception. Very crisp and clear on the calls I’ve made.