Water and dust resistant (4 meters for up to 30 minutes, IP68)
Triple-camera system with 12MP Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto cameras; Night mode, Portrait mode, and 4K video up to 60fps
12MP TrueDepth front camera with Portrait Mode, 4K video, and Slo-Mo
Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay
A13 Bionic chip with third-generation Neural Engine
Fast charge with 18W adapter included
Manufacturer Detail: Apple Inc, One Apple Park Way, Cupertino, CA 95014, USA
Packer Detail: Designed by Apple in California, Assembled in China
Importer Details: Apple India Private Limited No. 24, 19th Floor, Concorde Tower C, UB City, Vittal Mallya Road, Bangalore – 560001
Review Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max
The Apple iPhone 11 Pro is Apple’s latest-generation iPhone. Released in September of 2019, it was designed to appeal to creative photographers and videographers looking for a versatile, yet compact tool with excellent features and decent image quality. In this review, we’ll take a look at the iPhone 11 Pro / Pro Max, and assess its potential as a camera for photography needs. In particular, we will take a look at the performance of the three cameras on these phones.
Before we talk about the triple cameras on the iPhone 11 Pro and what they are capable of, let’s examine the specifications of both iPhones.
Although the iPhone 11 Pro / Pro Max has three different cameras, they each have their own unique features and limitations. The 1.54 mm lens on the new ultra-wide-angle camera (13 mm full-frame equivalent) has a relatively slow maximum aperture of f / 2.4, has five elements, and the sensor behind it is quite small at 1 / 3.6 on. The 4.25 mm wide-angle lens (26 mm FF equivalent) has the best features, its maximum aperture f / 1.8, with six elements, and the sensor size is 1 / 2.55 angle. The 6mm telephoto lens (52mm FF equivalent) has a maximum f / 2.0, six total elements, and its sensor is 1 / 3.6 wide in size with an ultra-wide-angle lens. Of the three, only wide-angle and telephoto cameras are image stable.
While both the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max have the new “Night Mode”, only the main wide-angle lens is able to take advantage of it. Night mode is disabled when using ultra-wide angle lenses, and when using telephoto lenses, it switches to 2x digital zoom. These are important limitations to be aware of when shooting with the iPhone 11 Pro in the field. Let’s dive deeper into the three parts of the camera.
The triple cameras on the iPhone 11 Pro Max now give Apple the best camera phone, thanks to its great Night mode and improved Smart HDR, a huge improvement in battery life Up to 20 hours video playback; up to 12 hours video streaming … Apple’s slow-motion selfies are fun at 120 fps.
Apple has given the Pro moniker to the iPhones for the first time. Everything is improved and everything feels better.
It comes with a new Lightning to USB Cable with 5W USB Power Adapter.
With Display of 6.5-inch Super Retina XDR display with HDR, True Tone, Splash, Water, and Dust Resistant, Water-resistant to a depth of 4 meters for up to 30 minutes (IP68)), Triple 12MP cameras (Ultra Wide, Wide, Telephoto) with Portrait mode, Night mode, Auto Adjustments, next-generation Smart HDR and 4K video up to 60 fps with extended dynamic range.