The brand new range of iPhones has now been revealed to the world and we’re already seeing a number of pre-register promotions popping up across UK retailers and networks – a gift card here, some cashback there. But the one that really caught our eye – a free iPhone 11!
Sounds too good to be true right? Well, in many ways it is, considering only 11 people will get a free phones. Thanks to the people over at Vodafone, if you fill out a quick form and pre-register your interest in the iPhone 11 pre-orders, you’ll be entered into a competition to win this device. Or, indeed, any handset of your choice.
Like most competitions, there are a few things to note here. You can choose which iPhone you want. In fact, you can choose any iPhone that Vodafone has, including the whole iPhone 11 range. So that also appears to include the iPhone 11 Pro Max worth a massive £1,149!
But you need to be quick…entries come to a close at 12.59pm this Friday, September (i.e. one minute before iPhone 11 pre-order deals become available). Vodafone will then choose its winner on September 20.
And just to be clear, pre-registering doesn’t mean you have to buy the phone. It just means Vodafone will keep you informed about its offers when the phone goes live. And considering the form takes probably around a minute to fill out, you have nothing to lose and an iPhone 11 to gain.
How to pre-register for and WIN a new iPhone 11:
Pre-register for the iPhone 11 for your chance to win a new phone!
We really can’t think of any reason not to do this. You get the chance to win an iPhone 11 or even the iPhone 11 Pro Max, a phone that costs in excess of £1,000. All you have to do is sign up for pre-registrations with Vodafone. That simply means keeping up to date with what offers Vodafone has, simple right?
If this competition feels to good to be true, then we recommend checking out the full terms and conditions here.
What is the new iPhone 11 like?
Well there’s a fresh array of colours and the same screen-size as the XR. The big focus at the launch was on the cameras and Apple has finally gone with a dual sensor for its main rear camera. The iPhone 11 is teaming up a 12MP wide camera with a second ultra wide camera. And Night Mode is boasting some seriously good low light shots, too.
Beyond the competitive camera, Apple has also gifted us with what they claim is the ‘fastest CPU ever in a smartphone’. There’s also been a big bump to battery life, getting us a few extra hours and a ‘Super Retina XDR’ screen – a fancy name for some very high-definition.
Read our full iPhone 11 review to find out more