iPhone 12 Pro Max

 At the October event, Apple released its iPhone 12 series with the iPhone 12 mini to join the entire lineup. However, the big boy, iPhone 12 pro max, is still the biggest and most powerful that iPhone has ever made. Therefore, to help you decide if you should break your bank account for this flagship product, we will provide this insightful review.

The iPhone 12 pro max returns to a completely flat front and back, looking similar to the iPhone 5 generation. However, this new design does come in thinner and lighter, which makes your daily experience much more ergonomic. With its new A14 Bionic chip, it has made iPhone 12 pro max the most power-efficient and the fastest ever. Of course, the most important that this iPhone has to offer is its size. This time iPhone 12 pro max comes with a 6.7 inch screen instead of 6.5 from the last year Max. Apple also claims that its screen is equipped with ceramic shield glass, which is 4 times tougher to the drop. Speaking of its camera, this big boy will definitely get you impressed. It can capture crisp and clear photos with its new 12-megapixel-triple lenses along with LiDAR scanner. According to GSMARENA, it can capture Dolby Vision HDR up to 60fps. 

On the other hand, great things come at a great cost. One of the major drawbacks of this flagship is its price. The base price for 128 GB is $1,099 and it goes up to $1,399 (Source: Amazon.com). Moreover, this generation iPhone doesn’t come with a charging brick. iPhone 12 pro max is built with a mac safe function, which is a secure and safe wireless charging function with just a snap, but you have to buy it separately. The lack of round edge design also means a lack of comfort when holding and putting against the ear. The notch has always been annoying for some and it is still a problem with this year 12 pro max. Moreover, the camera capacity is still somehow far behind the other phones in the same or even the ones with a lower price tag. 

All in all, the iPhone 12 pro max is truly solid and competent yet very pricy. The choice of the chance to upgrade to this new big boy really comes down to personal preferences such as the size and design. However, if you are using iPhone 11 series, you won’t gain much upgrading at the moment.

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