As of now, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is the largest and also the biggest iPhone that has ever been created. Apple took its best technology, and merged it with a beautiful physical design characterised by an impressive matte glass back, three cameras which are designed specifically to beat the android giants Samsung, Huawei and Google. The addition of all these features means that this top notch offering from Apple comes with a price to match, and is thus one of the most expensive phones on the market. The phone comes with the iOS 13, which is the latest version of the operating system.
At a glance, the first thing that pops out at you is the camera. With three lenses, for different kind of images, the result is quite satisfactory, and with some modes, downright exquisite. For example, the night mode. The night mode of the iPhone 11 Pro Max is capable of turning out images with amazing clarity, as well as preserving a lot of detail.
The overall design, however, of the iPhone 11 Pro Max is quite similar to the iPhone X and the iPhone XS, the difference being the matte back which feels quite comfortable in the hand. The size of the phone, while large, boasts a huge 6.5-inch OLED screen which gives off vibrant results paired with an upgraded set of stereo speakers.
The camera lenses on the back are a problem, as the edges of the lens bump are sharp, and especially for the left handed users of the phone, it takes up a lot of space and can be a bit uncomfortable.
The introduction of the iOS 13 does not really bring any changes towards the iPhone app development services market, so developers don’t need to worry.
The all-important question – battery life:
According to the company, the battery on the iPhone 11 Pro Max will last about five hours more than its counterpart from last year, namely the iPhone XS Max, and the tests people conducted have given strength to those claims. That brings its estimated media playback battery time to approximately 20 hours.
The fast charger that comes included with the box works quite well, and can charge from 0-25% in just fifteen minutes, while a full charge can be completed within ninety minutes.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max is astonishingly fast, even when switching apps frequently. The camera app is the only one which users have reported some stuttering when opened, but on the other hand the video editing capabilities are superb, and a real treat to use.
The camera is an important feature to note in today’s smartphone era. While even the budget smartphones nowadays are offering high quality cameras on their phones, these premiums phones still hold an edge over them.
The main difference in the hardware of the iPhone 11 Pro Max from the previous iterations is the addition of a third, ultra-wide camera on the rear, which brings the total of the rear cameras to
The cameras sit in a triangular setting at the back of the phone, with the glass square that holds them the same colour as the phone, which somewhat lessens the impact of the triangular camera cluster.
The cameras include a common wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, and the newest addition, the ultra-wide lens which allows you to capture almost twice the scene compared to the normal wide- angle lens. The cameras all sport a 12-megapixel sensor, which is quite common in the market, as it allows for the optimal blend of pixel size and resolution, for the best picture possible.
The video capturing capability has also been improved, with the iPhone Pro Max now having the ability to capture footage at 4K resolution and 60 fps, which results in smoother footage captured, but also allows us to capture less, as the massive file sizes of the videos will soon fill up the available space on the storage.
Some of the features which help the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s camera stand out are:
- The Night Mode
The night mode in the previous iterations of the iPhone produced quite lacklustre images when used, especially when compared to its competitors in the android sector, whose
phones produced high quality pictures in the night with the help of advanced post- processing capabilities.
The night mode in the iPhone Pro Max though, is quite different. While it may need to be held still in some way, the resultant image will have captured a lot of unseen details as well.
The only caveat, is that the one taking the picture, and the scenery, both need to be completely still for the duration, else the image captured will be nothing short of useless.
- The Portrait Mode
The portrait mode in this version of the iPhone is better at capturing the details at the edges of the image, due to better differentiation of the outline of the subject of the image. With
the help of the extra sensor, it can better understand depth.
This results in better quality images, with the subject captured with better focus, especially in well-lit scenarios. Capturing hairy objects is still a problem as the sensor tends to make it too fuzzy due to not being able to outline the object properly.
Overall, the quality of the phone is quite good, with some solidly attractive features for the iPhone lovers out there. The long battery life, better night mode, and the overall better performance and app development services makes this the top offering from Apple. This is a phone for the serious photographers or video makers out there who need a solid mobile device capable of taking top quality images and videos. But for the average iPhone user, who just needs the added boost of owning the new iPhone, they would be better off with the iPhone 11, because why would you pay a premium for extra features that you would barely use.
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