Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max



Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max appears with a maximum offer in terms of build, design, display, performance, camera and even additional features. It has one of the finest 6.7-inch Quad HD+ LTPO Super Retina XDR OLED displays with a Dynamic Island Notch design on top. The outer layer of the frame is made of durable titanium material and the body is waterproof with corning-made glasses on the front and backside. The weight is slightly (19 grams) lighter compared to last year’s 14 Pro Max model.

The photography, the video recording and the gaming or overall performance are all industry-leading at the time of its release. Yes, it has the best camera for mobile photography, the best (cinematic-level) 4K video recording and next-generation, the most advanced gaming capability with Apple A17 Pro chipset. If photo shooting and video recording are your first priorities, you can take this smartphone without a second thought. Performance is butter smooth and it can make gamers addicted to it because of the excellent screen, graphics quality and another level of responsiveness. There is also an improved battery compared to the previous generation. It’s providing top-grade screen-on-time with Apple’s hardcore optimization.

Some other attractive features of this phone are a programmable action button for a variety of shortcuts and an Emergency SOS via satellite. Features like Apple Pay, Face ID, Siri, and Ultra Wideband support are there as usual too. If we are talking about its disadvantages, many users around the world have reported heating issues with this device. Even if you are just calling, taking pictures or consuming media, you’ll see the phone is warming up. If you do long gaming sessions, you may confront higher heating issues which lead to frame drops. The system drops the performance to secure the hardware from getting damaged and to reduce temperature. This is a very inconvenient thing for one of the top mobile phones in the world. Apple fixed the issue a bit with a software update but still, the problem didn’t go away fully. If you are not an intensive user, the heat will be minimum and is tolerable. But for dedicated gamers, very frequent mobile photographers and rough users, the glitch remains.