The protagonist of the September presentation of Apple was undoubtedly the new iPhone 11 Pro Max. Three rear cameras are used here for the first time, immersion in water up to four meters is allowed for the first time, and the name itself differs from previous generations: the Pro prefix was not added to the iPhone before. So, how successful was the iPhone 11 Pro Max? A small overview of the features in this article.
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On September 20, Apple’s new iPhone smartphone line went on sale in more than 30 countries.
iPhone 11 Pro Max Features
Here is a list of the main advertising tenets about Apple’s new top device:
- Premium class design;
- Solid sheet glass housing for increased strength;
- Unique Pro Camera System;
- Unlimited display Super Retina XDR;
- The fastest iPhone A13 Bionic processor;
- IP68 protection;
- An innovative level of protection for personal information.
iPhone 11 Pro vs iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone 11 Pro should differ from the Max version only in battery life, size and screen resolution. Everything else is identical.
iPhone 11 Pro Max Colors
The same new midnight green, space gray, silver and gold.
Read more: iPhone 11: Release Date and Features
iPhone 11 Pro Max Screen and Resolution
The iPhone 11 Pro Max has a 6.5 ″ OLED screen with a resolution of 2436 × 1125, which gives a decent pixel density of 458 ppi. Same options as iPhone Xs Max.
iPhone 11 Pro Max Performance
Like the iPhone 11, the Pro models work on the new platform – now it’s the Apple A13. The volume of RAM module in the iPhone 11 Pro Max is 3.65 GB – the same as in the iPhone XS Max.
iPhone 11 Pro Max Cameras
As already noted, the iPhone 11 Pro Max has three rear cameras: wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle and telephoto. In addition, as in the iPhone 11, there is a night mode.
A cosmetically updated design, wonderful new body materials, expectedly increased performance, three cameras with night mode and an improved telephoto lens, as well as a slightly longer battery life are the main advantages of the iPhone 11 Pro Max compared to its predecessor. While we are not sure that they justify the spectacular prefix Pro – this seems more like a marketing gimmick, because all of the above is completely pulled by the usual next update. As for me, simply put, Apple could just as well have called the iPhone 11 Max device.