iPhone 11 Pro Max Review And Specifications

I am a huge fan of apple iphones. in 2019 apple release their three new handset iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, The iPhone 11 Pro Max, in many ways, represents the cutting edge of smartphone technology — even if it’s not a massive upgrade over the previous-generation iPhone XS Max.

iPhone 11 Pro Max specs

A transformative triple‑camera system that adds tons of capability without complexity. An unprecedented leap in battery life. And a mind‑blowing chip that doubles down on machine learning and pushes the boundaries of what a smartphone can do. Welcome to the first iPhone powerful enough to be called Pro.
A single sheet of sculpted glass lends strength, structure, and beauty to the camera enclosureCustom, textured matte glass and surgical‑grade stainless steel. All‑screen Super Retina XDR display: 6.5” on iPhone 11 Pro MaxGold, Midnight Green, Silver, and Space Gray
Pro camera system
We’ve three‑upped ourselves.
Meet the first triple‑camera system to combine cutting‑edge technology with the legendary simplicity of iPhone. Capture up to four times more scene. Get beautiful images in drastically lower light. Shoot the highest‑quality video in a smartphone — then edit with the same tools you love for photos. You’ve never shot with anything like it.
Elegant, immersive interface. We leveraged the wider field of view to let you see what’s happening outside the image frame — and simply tap to capture it. And there’s almost nothing between you and your subject except a new, Pro camera font. So you’re always fully immersed in the scene.
4K video
Shoot it. Flip it. Zoom it. Crop it. Cut it. Light it. Tweak it. Love it.
iPhone 11 Pro lets you capture videos that are beautifully true to life, with greater detail and smoother motion. Epic processing power means it can shoot 4K video with extended dynamic range and cinematic video stabilization — all at 60 fps. You get more creative control, too, with four times more scene and powerful new editing tools to play with.
The highest‑quality video in any smartphone
When you just can’t squeeze everything into the frame, zoom out. Because the new Ultra Wide camera captures four times more scene than ever. It’s like stepping back — way back — without taking a step. Bring on those mountain ranges, soaring cathedrals, and iconic skylines.
Ultra Wide creates an artful perspective when you’re in close — a pro technique that’s fun to experiment with.
Position yourself below your subject for shots that feel powerful and heroic.

In tight spaces, Ultra Wide is like taking a step back to capture more of your surroundings.
With a wider canvas, you can capture more expansive scenes than ever before.
The 120-degree field of view makes Ultra Wide ideal for landscape photography.
Night mode
High tech meets low light.
From dimly lit restaurants to moonlit beaches, the new Night mode uses intelligent software and A13 Bionic to deliver low‑light shots never before possible on iPhone. And it all happens automatically. You can also experiment with manual controls to dial in even more detail and less noise.
Portrait mode
Power to the portrait.
With three cameras working together, you can fit more in your portraits than ever. iOS 13 adds the High‑Key Light Mono effect for studio‑style monochromes. And Portrait Lighting lets you control the intensity of light to flatter your subject — just like you would in a studio. How beautiful is that?
No matter where you get the shot, High‑Key Light Mono can transform it into a striking studio‑style portrait.
Smart HDR
And you thought your photos couldn’t get any better.
Next-generation Smart HDR uses advanced algorithms to finesse highlight and shadow detail in your image. And now it leverages machine learning to recognize faces in your shot and intelligently relight them. That means iPhone 11 Pro can automatically fine-tune detail in both the subject and the background. Even some DSLR cameras can’t do that.
Smart HDR brings remarkable lighting and detail to faces while maintaining rich color variation in the background.
Be ready when your photo op turns into a video op.
Say you’re taking photos and you see something you’ve got to catch on video. With QuickTake, there’s no need to switch modes. Just leave your finger on the shutter to start recording. Want to keep the recording going? Swipe right. To take burst photos, swipe left.
Why selfie when you can slofie?

The new 12MP TrueDepth camera lets you take superfun slow-motion selfie videos at 120 fps, or shoot in 4K at 60 fps. For stills, the camera now automatically zooms out when you rotate your iPhone, so you can get your whole crew in the shot. Yes, even selfies can be Pro.
Pro display
Super Retina XDR. A sharp contrast from everything else.
The Super Retina XDR display boasts not one but two new peaks of brightness and understands when to use them. It hits up to 800 nits when you’re out in the sun — great for shooting and making selects on the go — and up to 1200 nits when you’re viewing extreme dynamic range content. It’s like having a Pro Display XDR on your iPhone.
The brightest, sharpest iPhone display ever
Wide color gamut with systemwide color management for incredible color accuracy.
True Tone matches the white balance of the room to make things easier on your eyes.
Haptic Touch lets you do things faster, like take selfies without launching the Camera app.
Tap or raise to wake means your iPhone is always ready in an instant.
Night Shift can shift your display to the warmer end of the spectrum every night.
More efficient by up to 15%, contributing to our largest‑ever leap in battery life.
True blacks that look especially amazing with Dark Mode in iOS 13.
See how we took our display to the next level
Pro performance
A chip so advanced, even we’re trying to catch up.
We custom‑built A13 Bionic with a focus on machine learning across the entire chip — enabling experiences that simply aren’t found on any other smartphone. In fact, it’s so fast, so powerful, and so intelligent, it’s years ahead of any other chip. Which gives you an unfair advantage.
The fastest chip ever in a smartphone 64-bit Fusion architecture
Performance cores process complex tasks faster than ever, while custom efficiency cores handle everyday tasks — helping to deliver a huge leap in battery life.
Fastest CPU in a smartphone
The CPU’s two performance cores are up to 20% faster and use up to 40% less power. And its four efficiency cores are up to 20% faster and use up to 25% less power.
Fastest GPU in a smartphone
The Apple‑designed GPU is up to 20% faster and uses up to 30% less power. Perfect for high‑performance gaming and the latest AR experiences.
Neural Engine for advanced machine learning
The 8‑core, Apple‑designed Neural Engine is up to 20% faster and uses up to 15% less power. It’s a driving force behind the triple‑camera system, Face ID, AR apps, and more.
Machine Learning accelerators
Two new machine learning accelerators on the CPU run matrix math computations up to six times faster, allowing the CPU to perform over one trillion operations per second.
Core ML 3 for machine learning in apps
To help developers leverage the machine learning power of A13 Bionic, Core ML 3 works with the Machine Learning Controller to automatically direct tasks to the CPU, GPU, or Neural Engine.
See why Pro performance takes an Apple-designed chip
Another hour of battery life would be great. Here’s five.
Our most dramatic leap in battery life ever.
Up to 5 more hrs of battery life with iPhone 11 Pro Max
Up to 50% charge in around 30 minutes with fast charge
See how we delivered an unprecedented jump in battery life
Creating tougher glass isn’t rocket science. It’s molecular science.
The toughest glass in any smartphone, front and back.
Precision milled from a single sheet of glass
Dual ion-exchange process for added strength
Splashes? Pffft.
Our most water‑resistant iPhone ever.
IP68 rating water resistant to a depth of 4 meters for up to 30 minutes3
Spill resistant for common liquids like coffee, tea, and soda

Dust resistant thanks to precision‑fitted seals
Can you be more precise? Yes.
The new Apple‑designed U1 chip uses Ultra Wideband technology for spatial awareness — allowing iPhone 11 Pro to precisely locate other U1‑equipped Apple devices. It’s like adding another sense to iPhone, and it’s going to lead to amazing new capabilities.
With U1 and iOS 13, you can point your iPhone toward someone else’s, and AirDrop will prioritize that device so you can share files faster.4 And that’s just the beginning.
Face ID is now 30 percent faster. It works from farther away. At more angles, too. And it’s still the most secure facial authentication in a smartphone.

iPhone 11 Pro Max review: cheat sheet

  • The triple cameras on the iPhone 11 Pro Max now give Apple the best camera phone, thanks to its great Night mode and improved Smart HDR.
  • The cameras also shoot gorgeous-looking 4K video with extended dynamic range and cinematic video stabilization.
  • Apple's slow-motion selfies are fun at 120 fps, even if the slofie name doesn't take off.
  • If you want the longest battery life, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is the one to get, as it lasted nearly 12 hours on our web surfing test. The regular iPhone 11 Pro averaged 10:24.
  • Apple finally included a fast charger in the box, so you can get to 50 percent in 30 minutes.
  • We wish Apple included more than 64GB of storage, so you may want to pay for more if you shoot a lot of video.

iPhone 11 Pro Max performance: A13 Bionic is world's fastest (again)

This is going to sound like a broken record, but Apple has the world's fastest phone once more, thanks to its powerful A13 Bionic processor. This chip packs a CPU and GPU that are both 20% faster than last year’s A12, along with a neural engine for machine learning that's also 20% faster.
I noticed this speed difference when opening apps like Asphalt 9. The iPhone 11 Pro Max took a little less than 4 seconds, compared with 8 seconds for the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Mortal Kobat also loaded a couple of seconds faster on the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
On Geekbench 5, a relatively new benchmark that measures overall performance, the iPhone 11 Pro Max notched a single-core mark of 1,334 and a multicore score of 3,517, The Galaxy Note 10 Plus scored 736 and 2,691 respectively, while the OnePlus 7 Pro was also behind with 744 and 2,802. Last year's iPhone XS Max scored 1,106 and 2,773.
To test graphics performance we ran GFXBench, and once again the iPhone 11 Pro Max lapped Android phones. On the Aztech Ruins High Tier off-screen test, the iPhone 11Pro Max hit 1657 frames (25 fps), compared with 1,058 frames (16 fps) for the Galaxy Note 10.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max didn't perform as well on 3DMark, another graphics benchmark. On the Slingshot Extreme Unlimited portion of the test, Apple's phone notched 5,974, while the Galaxy Note 10 Plus and OnePlus 7 Pro both cleared 6,200.
We gauge real-world performance across iOS and Android phones using our own video- editing test. We time how long it takes to transcode a 4K video to 1080p in the Adobe Rush app after applying an effect and transition. The iPhone 11 Pro Max took just 45 seconds to complete this task versus 1:34 for the Note 10 Plus. On this test, however, last year's iPhone XS Max was just as speedy.

iPhone 11 Pro Max and iOS 13: Some welcome enhancements

All new iPhone 11 devices ship with Apple's new iOS 13 software, and although Apple didn't make any groundbreaking changes to its mobile OS, there are several handy improvements.
Dark Mode makes reading content for longer stretches easier on the eyes, and there's a redesigned Reminders app that makes it easier to create and organize your various to-do lists. The large numbers next to various lists provide extra incentives to knock things off.
Other iOS 13 highlights include Sign in with Apple, which is designed to be a more private way to sign into various apps than Facebook or Google. And there's a rebuilt Maps app with street-level images via a new Look Around feature.
Check out our full iOS 13 review for our in-depth look at all of the improvements.

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