The iPhone 11 Pro Max review pushes everything a bit more, with the big screen and new camera being the highlights, while the lack of 5G is a future consideration.
But this is an expensive device, and it’s hard to ignore that you can get the same from the iPhone 11. An excellent phone, but with a tempting cheaper alternative.
iPhone 11 Pro Max is alike in design to the iPhone XS Max it substitutes. The main visual difference is adding a camera on the rear and a frosted glass finish.
Here, the phone’s front features an improved OLED screen but with the same notch that we have seen with the iPhone X and XS models.
While the notch hasn’t changed, Face ID has been improved to be faster and more accessible from a wider range of angles, so we’re happy to keep the notch and the sensors it contains.
iPhone 11 Pro Max features the company’s main phone screen that comes in at 6.5 inches. In addition to maintaining display technologies like Apple True Tone, the screen also offers 1200 nits of brightness.
Ample for HDR video playback and a two million-to-one difference ratio, which is double that of the iPhone XS Max. Apple noises it the Super Retina XDR display.
Likened to other high-end displays, it holds up well in color accuracy, brightness, and detail.
That OLED screen is as beautiful as it looks. Colors are bold and crisp, whether you’re watching a movie, playing games, or viewing your photos, and it’s passionate and responsive.
The developments are so good that you can easily see the difference when viewed next to the iPhone XS Max; Comparation it to an older model, and things are even more impressive.
It also beats the iPhone 11, which lacks HDR and the sharpness offered here.
For the iPhone 11 series, Apple moved to the A13 Bionic, an update to the iPhone XS Max A12 Bionic as it gradually increases power:
1 disappointing exclusion from the spec sheet is 5G connectivity. It’s something the networks probably hoped would have launched 5G in 2019.
But instead gives us something to look forward to with the iPhone 12.
While the omission may not be felt today, it will be if you are planning to buy this phone and keep it for a couple of years.
With 5G in its infancy, you aren’t missing too much right now, but that will change rapidly over the next year.
Yes, Apple is on the backside when it comes to 5G, so if 5G is something you’re going to want, get ready to trade your Pro Max in 2020 for a 5G model.
The iPhone Pro models are really about photography, with three lenses to make sure you can make the most of whatever situation comes your way:
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