iPhone users from around the world were overwhelmed at Apple’s “Hi, Speed” event on October 13. And who can blame them? Everyone was eagerly waiting for the iPhone 12 line-up for long. The event featured Apple’s best and latest innovation, the iPhone 12 series, the HomePod Mini, cool new cases that snap right on, thanks to MagSafe magnets blended inside the latest iPhone 12 line-up, and a leather wallet.
Many might still wonder whether the new iPhone 12 Pro Max 5G is a worthy upgrade over its predecessor, the iPhone 11 Pro Max. We’ve put together a comparison to help you understand why it’s worth the buy.
The new display
The iPhone 12 Pro Max comes with the all-new Ceramic Shield display over the Gorilla Glass on its predecessor. The screen is infused with nano-ceramic crystals to improve toughness and drop performance by 4x. It also features a 6.7-inch display as compared to the 6.5-inch display on the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Apple tends to introduce new chipsets with each of their new smartphone lines, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max does not disappoint. It features a new A14 Bionic (5 nm) chipset as compared to the older A13 Bionic (7 nm) chipset. If you’re into heavy gaming, video editing, or such, the new iPhone 12 Pro Max is a perfect buy.
The latest iPhone 12 Pro Max has 5G built-in functionality, while the older iPhone 11 Pro Max is only 4G capable. The new line-up is built for the intense future of high-speed uploads and downloads.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max features a 2.5x optical zoom, sensor-shift OIS, an ƒ/1.6 wide-angle lens aperture, a groundbreaking LiDAR scanner that enables night mode portraits, and Dolby Vision video. The bumped up camera setup from the predecessor iPhone perfectly syncs with the photographer in you.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max comes with a bigger battery that renders 20 hours of video playback, 12 hours of video streaming, and 80 hours of audio playback.
Now that you know the treats you’re in for, you can pick one of the three variants of the elegant iPhone 12 Pro Max: 128GB for $1,099, 256GB for $1,199, and 512GB for $1,399. It comes in eye-catching graphite, silver, gold, and pacific blue colors, and pre-order goes live on November 6.