Instruction Manual – Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max

Review Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max – iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max announced which are more premium compared to iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 mini powered by the A14 Bionic chipset with a large screen to an enhanced photographic sector

Apple has increased the screen size for both of its newest flagship smartphones. First off, the iPhone 12 Pro now gets a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR Display OLED panel which offers a resolution of 1,170 x 2,532 pixels.

The iPhone 12 Pro Max comes with a 6.7-inch display that has a resolution of 1,284 x 2,778 pixels along with an impressive peak brightness of 1,200 nits. One thing that is slightly disappointing is that Apple still maintains the standard 60Hz screen refresh rate.

Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max

Even though they both pack a 12 megapixel triple-camera setup, the cameras on the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max have different configurations. The iPhone 12 Pro gets a lens with an aperture of f / 1.6 which provides 27% more light.

There is also a telephoto camera with f / 2.0 and 52 mm focal length lenses that supports 2x zoom magnification, combined with OIS and an ultra wide camera with f / 2.4 (FoV 120 °) and 13 mm focal length lenses.

The iPhone 12 Pro Max, on the other hand, has a camera with an f / 1.6 aperture and a larger sensor that lets you get 87% more light. The iPhone 12 Pro Max camera also gets a longer focal length to provide 2.5x magnification.

Apple relies on its newest chipset called A14 Bionic to drive its smartphones like the New iPad Air. The A14 Bionic is the world’s first processor built on a 5nm process containing 11.8 billion transistors.

Meanwhile, quad-core GPUs have increased 50% and 70% in Machine learning to handle AI applications. Accompanying the processor, Apple now brings more variants of storage memory, starting from 128GB all the way to the 256GB option and the highest version being 512GB.

As usual, Apple didn’t mention the amount of RAM. Likewise with battery capacity, but charging the battery must be faster thanks to the support of 20 Watt Wired fast charging, which you can buy separately. There is also 15W wireless charging which is equipped with MagSafe.

Apple is joining the 5G era supporting mmWave networks as well as sub-6GHz 5G to provide fast 5G connectivity (up to 4.0 Gbps). There is a Smart Data mode feature that allows the device to automatically switch to 4G when there is no 5G network and also saves battery life.

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