iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro goes on pre-order tomorrow, are you getting one? If not, then this post is for you. My personal favorite feature of Apple’s latest smartphone is the ultra-wide-angle lens. However, if you’re like me and not pre-ordering the Apple’s latest-and-greatest tomorrow, here’s how to add the iPhone 11 Pro’s wide-angle look to your current smartphone for far less than Apple charges.
How to add a wide-angle lens to your iPhone
Adding a wide-angle (or any) lens to your iPhone, Samsung, or other smartphone is quite easy, really. There are quite a few companies out there that make these add-on lenses with prices ranging from super budget-friendly (around $5 when on sale) to a few hundred dollars. They all work about the same, however. You clip the lens to the back of your smartphone, or you put a case on your device and screw the lens in. Some are compatible with any phone, some are device-specific. But, these options add more than just a wide-angle lens to your arsenal, as there are telephoto, ultra-wide, and more options available.
Moment offers many lens options
Moment is probably my favorite way to add high-quality lenses to your iPhone. I’ve used the company’s products several times in the past and have always been pleasantly surprised by the quality they bring to the table. The entry price, however, is far from low. Moment requires a case to be used, which vary in price but are generally around $30 or so on Amazon. The wide-angle lens, however, will set you back $120. Add both costs together and you’re right at around $150 to get a wide-angle lens for your iPhone, but you’re not nearly as limited as Apple’s iPhone 11 will make you.