I downgraded to an iPhone 11 Pro Max – and I'm not missing much

Filipe Espósito, 9to5Mac

But the point is, using an older phone has made me realize that most of the new features introduced in recent years are more cosmetic than ever.

It’s hard for me to name a feature added to the latest iPhones that significantly changed the way I use my phone and that I can’t live without.

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What about you? What was the last technology added to an iPhone that you think you couldn’t live without? Would you be okay with using an older iPhone for a longer time? Let me know in the comments section below.

Coincidentally, my iPhone is also an 11. I have continued to resist getting a new one, and this story by Filipe has convinced me that I wouldn't gain much (if anything) by doing so.

Since I purchased my iPad mini a few months ago, it has replaced almost everything that I used to do on my iPhone, so I don't use it that much anyway.

I agree with Felipe that most of the new features introduced in recent years are more cosmetic than ever. It's hard for me to name a feature added to the latest iPhones that significantly changed the way I use my phone and that I couldn't live without.

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