At Addy finding insights is fast and easy. Addy's powerful clustering algorithms paired with machine learning gives our users clear and organized results. Not only will you get the top topics, words, sentiment, entities, and emotions, but the top documents as well, to give you further context. Here are the top location, organization, and date for the number one top topic, 'iPhone 11 Pro Round-Up', from Addy's New iPhone data model.

Top Location- New York

The fact that I literally couldn't go anywhere in New York City without drawing attention from people who spotted the triple cameras suggests the iPhone 11 Pros already have what Android phones could only dream of, celebrity status. [1*]

Top Organization- Google

WIRED said it preferred Apple s Night Mode as it comes on automatically and doesn't require you to find a second special shooting mode like the Google Pixel experience. [2*]

Top Date- Last Year

All three new iPhone models are powered by Apple's new A13 Bionic SoC and, as expected, they aced all our tests, ranking comfortably ahead of all other smartphones. In fact, the closest competitors that the iPhone 11 trio has in terms of raw power are last year's iPhone models, which tells you everything you need to know about Apple's lead in the SoC department. [3*]


Below are the supporting documents for each of the top words.

Top Word Documents for Ultra Wide

Wide Angle: The standard iPhone 11 has two cameras, a wide-angle and an ultra-wide-angle. [4*]
12 MP Ultra: The iPhone 11 Pro features the new A13 Bionic chip, 12MP wide and 12MP ultra-wide camera lenses, night mode, 4K 60-fps extended dynamic range video, 12MP TrueDepth front-facing camera, enhanced face ID, next-generation smart HDR, IP68 water and dust resistance, wireless charging, spatial audio, brighter true tone flash, Wi-Fi 6, U1 chip, faster LTE, and the “toughest glass on a smartphone”. [5*]

Top Word Documents for Night Mode

Mode Outdoor: It offers increased brightness levels of 800 nits in standard mode outdoors, and 1,200 nits in the highlights of HDR content. [6*]
Portrait Mode: The iPhone 11 Pro Max captured the best Portrait Mode photo of my colleague Lydia, showing accurate colors, picking up on details like wisps of hair and freckles, and handling highlights and sunlight well. [7*]

Top Word Documents for Low Light

Reduced Light: Like the iPhone 11, the Pro and Pro Max, the devices also come with Night Mode, a feature for taking photos in reduced light conditions. [8*]
Dim Light: As the name of the feature suggests, Night mode lets you capture great—or, in my experience, at least perfectly acceptable—photos in dim light, without having to fire up a flash. [9*]

Top Word Documents for Feel Like

Feel Essential: The Telephoto camera does feel essential to me. Pressing and holding any of the zoom options in the camera app also brings up a wheel that lets you toggle between a bunch of different focal lengths for more precise zooming. [10*]
Like Angry: The Pros take the lead when it comes to augmented-reality apps, too, like Angry Birds AR: Isle of Pigs. [7*]

Top Word Documents for Telephoto Lens

Tele Lens: The camera systems are identical apart from the tele lens on the Pro. [2*]
Third Telephoto: “Ultimately, the iPhone 11 Pros offer a better camera experience because that third telephoto sensor gives them more flexibility,” [3*]

Top Word Documents for Tough Glass

Glossy Gloss: The glossy glass back on my iPhone XS always seemed fine, and now I can't believe how aggressively it attracts fingerprints. [10*]
Durable Glass: The Pro name refers to the fact that with the cameras, the more durable glass, longer battery life and so on that across the board, its faster, tougher, stronger. [11*]