The Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max Quick Review
The Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max is Apple’s largest, most tricked-out handset, and the top pick in the iPhone family for anyone who wants a do-it-all smartphone. We think the larger screen and longer-lasting battery you get with the Max are worth the extra cash. Moreover, the Pro Max outshines the standard iPhone 14 thanks to its more capable processor, always-on display, and Dynamic Island. With an upgraded main camera powered by a new Photonic Engine, and safety features such as Crash Detection and Emergency SOS via satellite, Apple has delivered as fine a device as any on the market, earning the iPhone 14 Pro Max our Editors’ Choice award.
What’s new on iPhone 14 Pro Max
The iPhone 14 Pro Max is a lot like the 13 Pro max and even the 12 Pro Max. Same shape, size, and materials. The biggest difference is the screen notch has been replaced by a rotated lowercase “i” shaped cutout called the Dynamic Island.. The old screen has been updated to be brighter and be “Always-On” when not in use. This is similar to the Apple Watch where the screen dims but still shows some lock screen elements. Also, Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max includes rich-megapixel cameras, eSIM-plicity and, Car crash and Satellite features.
48 Megapixel Camera
The most impressive feature, for those serious about photography, is the new 48 Mp main camera. (The main camera is what Apple used to call the wide camera; there are now ultra-wide, main, and telephoto cameras on iPhone 14 Pro models.) This is the first upgrade to iPhone camera resolution since the iPhone 6s, which saw the camera – there was only one back then – go from 8 Mp to 12 Mp.
When shooting in raw with more megapixels, you have a lot more latitude when editing and cropping photos. The iPhone 14 Pro’s photos are full of subtle details, and rival those taken with more expensive cameras. There are still some limitations; the ultra-wide camera distorts a lot when used close up, and you’re limited to a 3x optical zoom, but there is a new 2x optical zoom option which is achieved by cropping the 48 Mp photo to half its pixels. (Optical zoom levels are 0.5x, 1x, 2x, and 3x.)
You can shoot 48MP photos, but you first have to enable Apple Program and set the Program resolution to 48MP in the Settings app. It would be easier to initially activate this within the camera app, but once enabled, you can toggle between RAW and normal pics in the camera app.
Now this is innovative. Apple didn’t just shrink the iPhone’s notch and move it down; it found a way to make this area useful and even fun. In addition to housing the True Depth camera, the Dynamic Island acts like a mini dashboard, providing access to the info you need no matter what app you’re in.
There’s lot of other apps that take advantage of Dynamic Island. You can see the status of your timer there, the next direction to take in Maps, the status of incoming and outgoing calls and more. You can even have two live activities displayed side by side in the Island.
The uses of Dynamic Island extend to other activities as well, such as Face ID, and the animations are fluid without being intrusive. This is just a killer feature and frankly a good reason to get the iPhone 14 Pro Max over the regular iPhone 14 Pro.
The iPhone 14 Pro has an always-on display. This doesn’t mean that the display is at full brightness all the time; when it’s inactive, you can see the date and time, any lock screen widgets you’ve enabled (these are a new iOS 16 feature), and notifications. It’s subtle, and, in the photo below, I did my best to get the same luminosity as what I see on my desk; Apple’s photos make the time and widgets look much brighter.
You see your lock screen wallpaper darkened, and you see the slight highlights of the other elements. Tap the phone, or pick it up, and it lights up. This is a clever feature, similar to what’s been available on the Apple Watch for a couple of years, and it doesn’t affect battery life, because the display slows down to the lowest refresh rate in order to not use too much power. This said, it can be too dim at times to read notifications, and I’d like some options to adjust the brightness of the white on the display. You can, of course, disable this feature if you wish: go to Settings > Display & Brightness and toggle off Always On.
The US models of the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max ditch the physical SIM in favor of eSIM. That means no more easy swapping of SIM cards when you want to change carriers, whether at home or abroad. eSIMs are activated directly on the phone via software. The iPhone 14 family can hold as many as eight eSIM profiles, with up to two active at any one time. While this might sound complicated, setting it up isn’t all that scary.
First, many US carriers already support eSIM including AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon. If you buy an iPhone 14 from a carrier, the eSIM will be assigned to the phone ahead of time by the carrier. The iPhone walks you through the eSIM carrier activation process automatically upon first boot. Apple lent us an unlocked iPhone 14 Pro Max along with an AT&T eSIM activation card.
If you are hiking, cycling, or skiing, you may get injured and be out of the range of cellular coverage. Apple has a clever new system called Emergency SOS via satellite that allows iPhone 14 models to communicate with emergency services. Instead of requiring a cigar-sized antenna, which is the case on satellite phones, the iPhone uses a p helps you get in the right position, and then transmits very small amounts of data.
You answer a number of questions whose answers will be sent to emergency services, along with your location. You can also send your location to your emergency contacts.
There’s also the addition of Crash Detection, which is designed to detect when it thinks you’ve been in a car crash and will automatically contact emergency services if you can’t respond. Also of note, there’s no SIM card tray, making the iPhone 14 eSIM only.
When considering the iPhone 14 series, it’s important to note that the Pro and Pro Max models offer more significant improvements. These enhancements not only include all the features of the standard 14, but also an improved main camera with a larger 48-megapixel sensor, an ultra wide camera capable of Macro photography, and a third camera with a telephoto lens. For those seeking a larger display and are willing to pay a premium, the Pro Max is the way to go. If you’re looking to buy a new or used iPhone at reasonable prices, Wise Market Pakistan is an excellent choice.
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