Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max Review

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The Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max (which starts at $1,099) is the perfect phone for professional multimedia creators. It combines Apple’s outstanding camera technologies and software support with actual two-day battery life to create a big phone that’s always ready to accomplish your ideas. While the standard iPhone 13 (starting at $799) is our Editors’ Choice and the best choice for most people, thanks to its excellent balance of size, power, battery life, and price, the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max is a great alternative for heavy users and artists, thanks to its killer cameras and beautiful buttress of a battery.

In this article, we’ll discuss the features of the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max.

Features

1. The Camera

It’s not only the specifications that make the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max the best device for visual content makers. To snap images and make films during the last year, I’ve used either a Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra or an iPhone 12 Pro Max.

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There’s zoom, for starters. When you go from the iPhone 13 to the iPhone Pro or Pro Max, you receive a 3x optical zoom, which is considerably superior to the digital zoom on less-priced phones and also superior to the 2x zoom on last year’s Pro and 2.5x zoom on last year’s Pro Max. Macro photography is now available on the 13 Pro and Pro Max, allowing you to snap super-sharp close-up images. As you can see here, earlier versions had problems focusing at short distances. Macro photography has never appealed to me, yet it is a popular activity among more serious photographers.

2. Battery

The iPhone 13 Pro, like the rest of the 2021 series, has gotten a battery capacity bump, and it’s the biggest of the lot. The new capacity is 4,352mAh, an increase of 18% over the previous model. Apple claims that this will give you an extra 2.5 hours of use, albeit their usage patterns are unlikely to be the same as yours. Finally, the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max should be the iPhone with the longest battery life.

You don’t want your battery to be at 1% when inspiration hits when you’re out and about generating content. It’s unlikely to be the case with the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max. In our regular test, this phone has the greatest battery life of any iPhone ever, with a staggering 18 hours of movie playback time. That’s two and a half hours more than the iPhone 12 Pro Max and three hours more than the iPhone 13. In reality, this implies that two-day battery life is entirely conceivable.

3. Speed And Performance

Apple’s A15 CPU with 6GB of RAM is used in the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max, as opposed to the iPhone 13’s 4GB of RAM. It also boasts five GPU cores compared to the iPhone 13’s four. It runs iOS 15, just like other current iPhones. The A15 processor is based on the same 5nm technology as the A14, and its CPU performance does not differ significantly from prior versions.

That’s great; when I compared the A15 against the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, it was still the quickest mobile processor available. On several GPU compute evaluations, the 13 Pro and Pro Max GPUs showed a tremendous 35 percent boost, far more than the 20 to 25 percent improvement I’d expect from adding the extra core.

4. Connectivity

The Qualcomm X60 modem is included in all iPhone 13 variants, as well as the same radio system, which features Wi-Fi 6 (though not 6E) and Bluetooth 5.0. Other popular smartphones this year, such as the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, employ the X60 modem. For the time being, the advantage over the iPhone 12 is in power efficiency—it aids in achieving that incredible battery life.

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The iPhone 13’s new 5G features, on the other hand, largely prepare it for things that our carriers haven’t yet deployed to expand the range and quality of 5G. None of these appear to be features that will significantly alter the 5G experience in the next two years.

We’re not waiting for improved 5G phone modems at this point; the carriers, particularly AT&T and Verizon, must increase 5G signal reach and network quality. In our Fastest Mobile Networks testing this year, the two carriers’ performance remained unchanged while we wait for them to provide speedier networks utilizing the new C-band spectrum next year. The new bands will be supported by both the iPhone 12 and 13 models, but not by previous iPhones.

5. Screen

The display parameters of the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max are nearly identical to those of last year’s model, with one noteworthy exception: Apple has finally caught up to the high refresh rate trend. It all started in the Android market with the original Razer Phone in late 2017, so 4 years seems about appropriate.

The iPhone 13 Pro Max, like its predecessor, sports a 6.7-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2,778 by 1,284 pixels, a broad color gamut, and Apple’s TrueTone color management system. Apple has raised the normal screen brightness from 800cd/m2 to 1,000cd/m2, but I can’t verify this with my eyes—I’ll have to wait for DisplayMate Labs’ investigation.

The 13 Pro comes in two sizes, each having a 120Hz maximum refresh rate and granular dynamic adjustment ranging from 10Hz to 120Hz, depending on content and activity. This is referred to as ProMotion by Apple. We’ll have to accept Apple’s word for it because adaptive behavior is one of those things that is difficult to prove on Android and nearly impossible on iOS. What we’ll say is that the 13 Pro Max does, in fact, scroll more smoothly over the UI than the ordinary 13 or prior versions.

6. Operating System

Apple’s iOS 15 comes pre-installed on all new iPhones. It isn’t a significant upgrade over iOS 14, but it does round several UI components including settings menus and icons, alerts, and buttons. FaceTime and Messages, Notification management, Safari browser (now with extensions), Wallet, and Maps are all significantly improved in the latest version. It also improves the intelligence of Photos and Spotlight, and the Camera app can now read and copy any text in your viewfinder in real-time. Let’s look at how iOS 15 appears on the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max in more detail.

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Its user experience is still built on home screens packed with applications and widgets, an App Library for less important apps, and Notification and Control Centers for notifications and controls. The lock screen on iOS 15 hasn’t changed: it’s integrated with the Notification Center and houses your notifications (with privacy choices), as well as shortcuts to the torch and camera. If you’ve chosen secure unlock, you may bypass it using Face ID or a PIN.

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