Apple launched three of its most awaited smartphones of 2018 on September 12. The new additions to the iPhone X family are XS, XS Max, and the surprisingly affordable, XR. Among these, XS and XS Max are its flagship models, having earned the label of “the new $1000 Apple iPhones.” The iPhone XS Max particularly is a great pick for users who prefer phablets and are seeking a smooth visual experience. Apparently, iPhone XS Max is bigger than the recently unveiled Note9, a premium phone by Apple’s ace rival Samsung. Besides winning the trophy of the biggest phone in the current market, iPhone XS Max also happens to be one of the most expensive phones. If high storage isn’t your priority at the moment, and you want to save a couple of bucks, then you can settle for the iPhone XS Max 64GB iteration.
Highlights of the iPhone XS Max 64GB
A12 Bionic processor
The A12 Bionic chip is said to be Apple’s most powerful processor that makes operational functions faster, smarter, and more efficient. The Neural Engine of the A12 Bionic processor is designed for complex, real-time machine learning, allowing the device to comprehend user patterns and make intelligent predictions. This chip is so advanced that it can process up to 5 operations per second. Needless to say, that the iPhone XS Max 64GB will be a cool buy for users who fancy gaming. It also magnifies the users’ photography experience with its improved image signal processor by seizing amazing detail in Portrait mode and introduces a commendable dynamic range with the Smart HDR feature.
Like mentioned before, the A12 processor is an integral part of the iPhone XS Max’s phone camera setup, boasting two 12MP wide-angle and telephoto lens. Due to its high-speed sensors, users can arrest sharper shots, even of subjects in motion. Moreover, the camera software now has a sophisticated bokeh and depth control option that enables users to change the depth of field after shooting the image. Likewise, the primary camera shoots quality HD videos with stereo recording. It renders optical image stabilization for both images and videos. Its TrueDepth 7MP camera in the front has a retina flash and works well for portraits as well as HD videos. Likewise, it has the ability to create fun Animojis and Memojis.
With a 6.5-inch screen, the iPhone XS Max flaunts a Super Retina OLED panel with a resolution of 2688×1242 (458 pixels per inch). This bezel-less display is no less than a digital canvas for photography, gaming, and content streaming. The custom built OLED panels in the iPhone XS Max 64GB deliver HDR display and achieve fabulous color accuracy and sharpest picture quality. Moreover, its display is embedded with the True Tone technology which comprises of 6-channel light sensors that cleverly adjust the white balance of the screen based on the light in the user’s environment, making the display natural and easy on the eyes.
The iPhone XS and XS Max are available in three standard colors including Gold, Silver, and Space Grey. The latest iPhones are slated to go live for pre-orders on September 14 on Apple’s official website. Similarly, the shipping is expected to start by September 21. The final release date for all the consumers might be announced shortly after the shipping commences for pre-orders. The Apple iPhone XS Max 64GB is priced at around $1,099, making it the base model of the XS Max line. iPhone XS Max 256GB and iPhone XS Max 512GB make more expensive iterations and cost around $1,249 and $1,449 respectively.