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iPhone 12 Pro Max: A Full Review for you

iPhone 12 Pro Max: When it arrived, it was Apple’s largest and greatest phone. It cost $1,099/£1099/AU$1,849, however Apple no longer offers it directly.

This iPhone 12 Pro Max review is a bit outdated now that the newer phones are arrived, but you may still be contemplating Apple’s top-end mobile of 2020.

Apple preserves earlier basic models in its inventory but discreetly retires bigger variants, so you can get the phone elsewhere, possibly at a bargain, but not from Apple.
The 12 Pro Max has a redesigned flat-sided frame that appears more industrial than last year’s model. It’s a fresh appearance that debuted in the iPhone 4 a decade ago, but has returned in iPad Pro variants.

iPhone 12 Pro Max Design

This iPhone is huge. It’s Apple’s largest iPhone by a few millimeters. Due to its squared edges, like the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro Max, it feels larger in the hand.

If you’re not purchasing this phone because you want a big iPhone, you’re missing the point.

These sharp edges make the phone less pleasant to grip than the rounder iPhone 11 Pro Max.

iPhone 12 Pro Max

Display of the phone

The iPhone 12 Pro Max features the biggest display ever, which is incentive enough to upgrade.

All iPhone 12 models have OLED screens, which makes a considerable impact at this size. In layman’s words, this means a clear, bright, crisp screen with good colour reproduction.

The display is strikingly superior than prior iPhones, and visuals are vibrant and detailed.

Thinner bezels surrounding the phone display allow the screen to spread wider to the corners of the smartphone, resulting in a 6.7-inch display compared to 6.5 inches on the 11 Pro Max. This year’s phone has a larger screen, which increases immersion while viewing movies.

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iPhone 12 Pro Max Camera

The iPhone 12 Pro Max’s camera array is its biggest selling point. Three 12MP cameras – standard wide, ultra-wide, and 2.5x telephoto zoom – have been upgraded from last year, with Night Mode for the ultra-wide sensor as well as the main shooter.

Apple has designed the 12 Pro Max to offer the best iPhone camera experience.
Smart HDR 3 looks for different scenes when the photo is taken, grabbing multiple exposures and stitching them together intelligently to give you the best picture. Night mode requires you to keep the phone still for a varying amount of time (depending on the conditions) to turn a dark, gloomy setting into a rich and vibrant scene.

iPhone 12 Pro Max Battery Life

iPhone 12 Pro Max has the longest battery life. The larger capacity results in the best iPhone 12 performance we’ve seen.

Battery life is similar to the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which we’ve been using for a year, but it depends on whether you’re using it daily in and out of 5G range or sitting sedately at home.

We couldn’t regularly test 5G on the new iPhone because it’s locked down. Like on the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro, we found a drop in battery life when using 5G speeds. A 26-minute YouTube test on 5G used 7% of the battery, while the same test on 4G used only 3%.

Purchase it if..

  • You want the best battery life: While adding 5G has hampered 2020’s iPhones’ battery life, the iPhone 12 Pro Max’s larger chassis means longer battery life than the smaller 12 models.
  • You want the best iPhone camera… just: The 12 Pro Max takes natural, sharp, and well-enhanced pictures. The larger sensor can absorb more light than the 12 Pro, which is surprising.
  • You fanatically consume media on your iPhone: The 6.7-inch OLED display is great for watching movies on the go, especially with AirPods Pro and Dolby Atmos.

don’t purchase it If…

  • You want to keep costs down: Although it has more storage than the iPhone 12 (starting at 128GB instead of 64GB), the 12 Pro Max is still expensive.
  • You like a palm-friendly phone: This is a monster of a phone. If you want the extra screen and battery, you’ll love it. But if you want a more easy-to-hold iPhone, stay away from the Pro Max.
  • You use your phone placed on a table: The camera unit really protrudes from the rear of the 12 Pro Max – it wobbles on a table if you like tapping out a message without picking up your phone. It sounds small, but it’s something we kept noticing when reviewing.

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