iPhone 15 Pro Max: Apple’s best big iPhone ever to finally convince small phone users to switch?

I’ve been extremely vocal about my dislike of big phones, and (be assured), my stance hasn’t changed much. As an iPhone 13 mini user, I find phones like iPhone 14 Pro Max and Galaxy S23 Ultra Truly nice to see but extremely uncomfortable to put in a pocket or hold in one hand, which is something I really appreciate (especially when I’m travelling). Speaking of the iPhone specifically, I might as well say that I see the iPhone 14 Pro’s smaller 6.1-inch display as a real sell-point over the iPhone 14 Pro Max’s massive 6.7-inch screen. Indeed, I’ve never owned an iPhone Max and thought I never would, but Apple (being Apple) may change its mind, or even Force me to try the biggest iPhone.

This year’s iPhone 15 Pro Max promises to be the biggest but also the best phone in Apple’s lineup in many different ways, and while I’m not a fan of Apple’s strategy of differentiating bigger and smaller iPhones, it actually I think many (or even most) people might be better off buying the larger iPhone 15 model this year, especially when it comes to the Pro range.

Let’s see why…

iPhone 15 Pro Max: (Still) the iPhone 2023 to buy if you use your phone a lot and like watching videos and movies

For one thing, there are a lot of benefits to going with the larger iPhone Pro over the smaller model that simply comes with the design.

For example, as someone who’s been using a phone as big as the Galaxy S23 Ultra for some time, I hate to admit that my iPhone 13 mini’s tiny 5.4-inch screen doesn’t hold a candle to the behemoth 6.8-inch of a display on the Galaxy. Also, despite this, I much prefer consuming media on my laptop/TV which is why the amazing YouTube viewing experience wasn’t enough to make me switch to a bigger phone full time.

Of course, the other (obvious) advantage of the iPhone 15 Pro Max over the iPhone 15 Pro will be the longer battery life you’ll get with the Max model. It’s hard to say how big the difference in resistance will be between the 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch iPhones this year, but based on the iPhone 14 Pro series, we were looking at 20-30% in more juice depending on usage.

But that’s not the whole story. Apple is also preparing to unveil the first 3nm SoC (A17 Bionic) used in a phone, which means that this year’s iPhone 15 Pro series should (potentially and hopefully) become even more power efficient. energetic. In other words, heavy users should see a massive upgrade over the iPhone 15 Pro Max if they’re coming from a smaller iPhone.

iPhone 15 Pro Max: The smallest big iPhone ever will be more ergonomic and significantly easier to hold than the iPhone 14 Pro Max; it should be the lightest Pro Max model in quite some time

Luckily, the bigger display and bigger battery aren’t where the changes end with the iPhone 15 Pro Max, as Apple is finally doing something to make the massive iPhone Pro Max a little more manageable! In the end.

In case you don’t know, after three years of big super flat iPhones, the iPhone 15 Pro Max is getting more curvilinear. Unfortunately, not as curvy as my Pixel 7 Pro, for example, but curvy enough to make it easier to hold than the iPhone 14 Pro Max, which you can feel constantly digging into the palm of your hand due to its sharp edges.

The other reason the iPhone 15 Pro Max will look like the smallest big iPhone in a while is the fact that the bezels around the screen on the Pro models will be significantly reduced this time around, setting the record for the thinnest display edges. all around. So, you’d get the same 6.7-inch display in a smaller (and more ergonomic) footprint. The icing on the cake is that the frame of the iPhone 15 Pro Max is said to be made of titanium, which should make the Max model significantly lighter than previous Pro Max models. It’s hard to estimate how much, but my personal wish is of at least 20 g, which would make iPhone 15 Pro Max 220 g compared to 240 g (iPhone 14 Pro Max).

Unlike the smaller iPhone 15 Pro, the new zoom camera of the iPhone 15 Pro Max will finally let you spy on people like a Galaxy S23 Ultra Yes?!

And finally, this is the biggest and most controversial difference between the larger iPhone 15 Pro Max and the smaller iPhone 15 Pro model. As per numerous reports, the iPhone 15 Pro Max is getting a periscope zoom camera (supposedly 5x optical zoom). -6x), which won’t be on the smaller model: it’s said to stick to the same 3x zoom lens as the one on the iPhone 14 Pro/Maximum.

I’ve talked about the benefits of long-range zoom cameras on phones before, and I stand by my opinion that they can be incredibly useful and fun to use, even more so than an ultra-wide-angle camera. The great thing about the periscope zoom lens on the iPhone 15 Pro Max is that this will also likely allow you to crop zoom the sensor, which could essentially turn the 5/6x optical zoom camera into another, fourth lens, capable to magnify to 10/12x with optical quality! This should also be available in video mode (currently, only the iPhone can zoom sensor crop in videos).

Other than that, the reason I say this particular iPhone 15 Pro Max selling point is a bit controversial is because it’s the only one that feels like an attempt to force users into buying the larger Pro model over the bigger one. small, that I’m not a big fan. From.

The smaller iPhone 15 Pro Max could convert millions of iPhone X, iPhone 11, iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 users, but it’s unlikely to appeal to iPhone mini users – they’re out, Apple!

Ultimately, as a small phone user, I feel the most important question to answer is whether I feel tempted enough to upgrade to a larger, heavier iPhone 15 Pro Max model thanks to all the design improvements expected this week. year, and the answer is… I don’t think so.

I’ve spent enough time with phones like the iPhone 14 Pro, Pixel 7 Pro, and Galaxy S23 Ultra to find out pocketabilityANDone-handed use are top priorities for me. But that’s no surprise, considering I’m coming from an iPhone 13 mini. The logical leap for someone like me would be the iPhone 15 Pro, which just like its big brother is getting the same slimmer bezels, curved chassis and titanium construction – changes that should make it feel even smaller and lighter than the iPhone 15 Pro. 6.1 inch iPhone 14 Pro.

On the other hand, upgrading to an iPhone 15 Pro Max is for those with 5.8- or 6.1-inch iPhones who thought devices like the iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max were too awkward to hold due to the their flat design, and too heavy thanks to their stainless steel construction. The icing on the cake (if you decide to upgrade) is the periscope zoom camera, which only the Pro Max model would get this year.

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