iPhone 12 Pro Max is the largest, weighty, and most costly version of Apple’s smartphones in 2020. It is an all-around beast. The design of the 12 Pro Max reflects the design of other phones in the iPhone 12 series 2020, the frame has a new flat side that looks more industrial and is more uncomfortable than last year’s model.
It has the same “Ceramic Shield” drop protection technology that covers the display and the new MagSafe magnetic mounting system on the back for wireless chargers and accessories, but these are the only physical similarities.
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iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max were also officially announced at the virtual press conference on October 13, 2020. There are major differences in screen size and camera technology. The iPhone 12 Pro Max was launched with the iPhone 12 mini on November 13, while the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 were launched in October.
The display effect is impressive, bright, and crisp, almost like a big tablet. Watching HDR videos is great, and there are also stereo speakers to listen to. It usually requires two hands to hold it, just like its superphone competitor. The new design also uses Corning’s special hardened glass-ceramic front glass. The back has the same triple camera settings as the iPhone 11 Pro, but with a larger frame and optional lidar scanner.
The iPhone 12 Pro is available in four colors: silver, graphite, gold, and Pacific blue. Peace Blue is the new color to replace Midnight Green, and Graphite is the renamed Space Gray.
Display: 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR (458 PPI)
Processor: Bionic Apple A14
RAM: 6 GB
Memory: 128, 256 or 512 GB
Operating system: iOS 14
Camera: 12 MP, Triple rear camera with lidar, 12MP front camera
Accessibility: 5G, WiFi 6, NFC, Bluetooth 5, lightning, ultra-wide range, and GPS
Waterproof: IP68 (6 meters for only 30 minutes)
Measurements: 160.9 x 78.1 x 7.4 mm
Weight: 226 grams
- Long battery life
The best battery life in its class, charging time is more than 48 hours (8 hours longer than iPhone 12), with on-screen for more than 7 hours. For example, the phone starts to work at 6 in the morning on day one until 6 in the morning of day three, with the use of 5G for about five hours and use WIFI for the rest of the time.
It takes 30 minutes to charge the battery to 50% and 73 minutes to reach 90%, but almost two hours to charge by using the data cable and Apple 20W 20W USBC adapter or more than three hours to fully charge with a wireless charger.
- IOS 14 Version
12 Pro max launched with the same iOS 14.2 as the 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro, and all other 2015 or newer iPhones. This includes an improved visual overview of the home screen with widgets and folders, data protection tools, and new translator applications. For more information, see the iOS 14 overview and iPhone 12 reviews.
You can get more than five years of software support, including security fixes and updates for the iOS version, longer than any other smartphone manufacturer.
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iPhone 12 Pro Max camera has the same selfie and ultra-wide-angle cameras as the 12 and 12 Pro, and they work the same way, but the main camera and remote camera on the back are different. The remote camera has an extended 2.5x optical zoom by 2 times. Any increase in range is accepted but pales in comparison to competing for 4x / 5x optics. The main camera has the same 12-megapixel resolution, but the physical sensor is 47% larger than its predecessor and collects 87% more light.
Generally, compared with other iPhone 12 models, the 12 Pro Max has the best camera of all iPhones and has improved performance in low light conditions. This also puts Apple on a par with its main competitors, although the 2.5x optical zoom is still a bit behind in the business.