The iPhone 14 Pro Max is the star of the Apple Far Out event. It may not be the most popular model, but it definitely makes the biggest impression.
If they have the resource to do so. We’ve got our hands all over it to figure out whether it’s going to be worth your enthusiasm.
$100 less than anticipated, the iPhone 14 Pro Max will cost $1,099 (£1,199) (or $1,899 in Australia).
There is no delay in the release date preorders for the iPhone 14 begin on September 7, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max will be on September 16.
Specifications of Iphone 14 Pro Max
The IPhone 14 Pro Max design won’t dramatically alter from that of the 13 Pro Max.
While the proportions are almost the same, the camera hump at the back is longer, so you’re out of luck if you’re searching for anything that would suit the pricey case you purchased for the 13 Pro Max.
There is no USB-C port at the bottom, contrary to what you would have thought, and the physical mute switch is still present.
All of those who were unsure whether they would need to change their chargers can be in a relief that Apple will continue to support Lightning for at least another year.
One significant changes made in the iPhone 14 Pro Max display: the notch is replaced by a single, long pill. Or is there truly just one big pill?
That’s not the case; instead, Apple’s iOS 16 is making this pill for you by filling it in and, in a nice touch, can use the screen in between to display tiny notification lights.
It’s a very fascinating feature, and Apple has pulled off somewhat of a surprise by transforming what was once an ugliness into a really useful tool for using the phone.
The screen’s holes are likely to become less noticeable after a few days of usage, but in our early testing while viewing a few movies.
And also, they appeared to be more noticeable because the screen wrapped around them rather than the notch, which was at least to one side.