Like the iPhone XR before it, the iPhone 11 is the default iPhone. It’s priced where flagship phones used to be priced, and it offers almost all the same features as the expensive iPhone 11 Pro models that also launched this year.

Apple’s iPhone lineup today is stacked with great phones at varying price points, though. So where does the iPhone 11 fit in?

That’s what we’ll be looking to answer in this review. And we’re dubbing this a mini-review because we recently published an in-depth article on the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, and last year we published a full review of the iPhone XR. This year’s changes from the iPhone XR to the iPhone 11 are quite modest, so today we’ll focus on how this phone is different from this year’s flagships and its direct predecessor.