iPhone 11 Pro Max Review


iPhone 11 Pro Max is the most expensive smartphone in the Apple Iphone 11 variant. The Apple brand makes many fans feel proud when they have it. iPhone 11 Pro Max has a larger screen size than the iPhone 11 Pro which only measures 6.1 inches, the iPhone 11 Pro Max has a size of 6.5 inches. iPhone 11 Pro Max has 6 GB RAM and 512 GB internal memory. The price of the iPhone 11 Pro Max is more than $ 1,400, for those of you who are concerned with the budget, actually the price tag can be bought with many mid-sized smartphones.

What is so special about this latest Apple product? Of course it's on the side of the camera. In fact, one type of iPhone 11 Pro Max has a rear camera up to 3 cameras. Not just a large number of cameras, this Apple product also integrates advanced image and video capture features. The video quicktake feature, night mode, slow motion selfie capture feature (slofies), and video resolution up to 4K which is the highest quality in the smartphone world. Not only good photos, but the quality of the video is also the reason many people crave this smartphone.

A camera with a 12 megapixel sensor and a different lens

In accordance with the tradition created by Apple, which is every time there is a new product, the camera capability will also increase. Similarly, the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Three cameras owned by the iPhone 11 Pro Max come with different lenses. Nevertheless, all three sensor resolutions are the same, which is 12 megapixels. According to Apple, the main camera sensor comes with a sensor that has been updated. The main camera module is paired with a 26 mm wide lens with a f / 1.8 diaphragm and is equipped with an optical stabilizer feature. The second camera module is a telephoto camera with a 52 mm lens capable of 2x optical zoom and an aperture of f / 2.0 lens.

The camera is also equipped with an optical stabilizer feature. While the third camera module is a camera with an ultra wide 13mm lens with a f / 2.4 diaphragm. Bring lenses with different focal lengths and the ability of telephoto lenses does offer more flexibility when shooting. But the iPhone 11 Pro Max is superior because the photo quality of the three cameras looks almost no difference. The three cameras are capable of producing sharp photo shots and are able to maintain consistent color and light darkness in various lighting conditions. Even when going to switch cameras by pressing the 0.5x, 1x, 2x icon or sliding the lens focal distance adjustment wheel on the camera interface there is almost no pause. Very smooth like using just one camera. This experience is very rarely found on other 3 camera smartphones with the Android operating system.

The photo results are satisfying

On the iPhone 11 Pro Max camera, once again Apple proves its camera sensor that deserves thumbs up. Even though it only carries an image sensor with a 12 megapixel resolution, taking pictures using the three cameras of the iPhone 11 Pro Max is still very satisfying in all lighting conditions. The autofocus performance is also very fast. The results of the third photo of the camera look sharp and detailed with excellent color. The presence of a camera with an ultrawide lens on the iPhone 11 Pro Max is very helpful especially for capturing landscape or architectural objects. When shooting by turning on the HDR option, the image still looks natural with good control of the shadow and highlight areas and accurate colors. Almost no sharpening effect is added or an increase in brightness and excessive color saturation.

Very impressive night mode

The most significant improvement from the iPhone 11 Pro Max's camera is the ability to take pictures from low light conditions. Even for the first time, Apple provides night mode on all the latest iPhone models. Unfortunately the night mode cannot be used on all cameras, it can only be used on the main camera and telephoto camera. The results of photos using this mode can still look natural with the right lighting levels and sharp. The total color can be kept accurate, and the dark and bright areas in the shots are very balanced without visible artifacts on the edges of the subject due to sharpening effects or an increase in the excess color saturation that is commonly found on Android smartphones.

Selfies are more exciting with slofie

Not only is the rear camera increasingly sophisticated, the front camera's 12 megapixel TrueDepth iPhone 11 Pro Max has also been upgraded. Selfie with the front camera is also satisfying with natural-looking results without the appearance of excess beautification. The front camera is more innovative because it becomes the first on a smartphone with the ability to take selfie videos in slow motion at 120fps or slofie.