A14 Bionic rockets past every other smartphone chip. The Pro camera system takes low-light photography to the next level — with an even bigger jump on iPhone 12 Pro Max. And Ceramic Shield delivers four times better drop performance. Let’s see what this thing can do.
Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max was officially released on October 13, 2020.
The phone is powered by the new Apple A14 Bionic processor. The smartphone comes with a 6.7 inches Super Retina XDR OLED capacitive touchscreen, 2778 x 1284 pixels resolution and HDR display, True Tone and Wide color (P3) gamut.
Additionally, the screen of the device is protected by a unique ceramic shield. Along with this, the screen features 1200 nits max brightness (advertised), Dolby Vision, HDR10+, Wide color gamut, True-tone, and 120Hz refresh rate.
The rear camera consists of a 12 MP (wide) + 12 MP (telephoto) 5x optical zoom + 12 MP (ultrawide) and also a LiDAR scanner for night mode.
The front camera has a 12 MP (wide) + SL 3D (depth/biometrics sensor) camera sensor. The phone’s sensors include Lidar, Face ID, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer + Siri natural language commands, and dictation.
The smartphone is fueled by a non-removable Li-Ion battery + Fast charging 20W+ USB Power Delivery 2.0 + 7W Qi wireless charging and 15W MagSafe Wireless Charging. The phone runs on iOS 14 operating system.
The Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max comes in different colors like Graphite, Silver, Gold, Pacific Blue. It features 2.0, proprietary reversible connector.