It was a stroke of good luck that allowed me to upgrade my iPhone. The iPhone 13 Pro Max is the topic of today’s discussion, so let’s get started.
So I had access to an iPhone 11 in my possession. I have also mentioned it quite a few times here on the blog, primarily intending to inform you about the eSIM. Therefore I had no intention of switching phones because the one I had was still functioning normally, but an opportunity came up that made it seem like I should take advantage of it.
In my particular box, our contracts with Orange had finally run their course and expired. About once every two years, we take stock of our activities, the various subscriptions we maintain (there are currently 20 of them), and what we have accomplished. And as a token of their appreciation for our continued business, Orange presented us with Vouchers (wholesale gift vouchers) that we could use in any Orange Shop location.
It couldn’t have come at a better time for my wife, who just blew up on iPhone SE.
I’ll save you the trouble of obtaining this phone, which was sold out everywhere and couldn’t be ordered online. You are unable to place an order for Vouchers on the Orange website, so you will need to make your purchase in person. Therefore, it was a little difficult to track down this phone. On top of that, I was confronted with a whole host of sellers who refused to even hold it for me in a reservation.
I finally got lucky when I went to the Orange Shop in Legs and met a nice seller there who offered to order it for me, and a week later, I was able to get my hands on it. We are grateful to him.
Therefore, I decided to reward myself by purchasing an iPhone 13 Pro Max 512GB in Graphite when I had the chance. Since I’ve been using it daily for over a month, I thought it would be helpful to discuss with you how I feel about this particular phone.
Let’s talk about the option I went with first before I give you my initial thoughts and reactions. Why should I get an iPhone Max?
After getting my hands on an iPhone 12 Mini for the first time, I immediately developed a strong attraction to this layout. It was summer, I was wearing shorts, and it was warm, and I thought the iPhone Mini was the perfect size to slip into the pocket of summer shorts because it was so compact.
However, as time goes on, new ideas emerge. Since iPhone 6S, I’m on Plus models (6S Plus, 8 Plus, X, 11, etc). I did not picture myself beginning on such a humble scale.
After some consideration, I concluded that I did not require a larger iPhone because I always had my iPad on hand if I required a more capacious display. But they serve different purposes. Even when I’m at home, I find myself staring at the screen of my phone for long periods. And what else do you know? I do not regret it at all!
Initial thoughts on the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max.
This isn’t the first time I’ve opened the packaging of an iPhone; in fact, I’ve done it a few times already. But the effect never fails to leave people speechless. This time, there was no failure to hit.
My new iPhone is stunning, and I can’t help but fall in love with it. The iPhone X was the most recent “premium” model that I owned. Then I had an iPhone 8s and an iPhone 11, both of which were considered “entry-level” iPhones because they had finishes that were not quite as premium as those found on the pro models (I use quotes because we were still working with some very premium materials).
As soon as I got my hands on the iPhone 13 Pro Max, I couldn’t believe it. The edges are made of stainless steel, and they have a beautiful effect. The luxurious textured matte glass back is an excellent feature. The high-end features of the phone have left an impression on me. On the other hand, I can attest that the photo module is a reasonably sturdy component.
This exciting moment of discovery passed quickly after I installed tempered glass on the screen of my phone and safeguarded it with a case manufactured by Nomad. Although I think the design is stunning, there is no way that I could ever use my iPhone without a case. My anxiety about breaking things hasn’t changed much since I got my first iPhone; I just can’t bring myself to do it.
When it comes to dimensions, he is big; in fact, he is very big. However, because I have large hands, the problem resolves itself on its own. It sits very comfortably in the palm of my hand. To tell you the truth, operating with one hand can be a little bit challenging at times. There are times when you need to engage in a little finger gymnastics to get there. However, if you have small hands, I would not recommend doing this because the space is quite large. I was taken aback by how heavy it felt the very first time I held it. He weighs a lot.
The remainder is a standard iPhone. We have an intimate familiarity with the product and can identify the qualities that appeal to us in an iPhone. I will still call attention to two aspects: the screen and the autonomy of the device.
When compared to the LCD screen found on the iPhone 11, the OLED screen with its adaptive refresh rate of 120Hz is breathtaking. It is challenging to extol the virtues of a screen in writing; therefore, I strongly recommend that you go to the store and try it out for yourself. It’s a pretty amazing feat.
And I’d like to conclude this paragraph by saying that the autonomy that I have is just right for me. I don’t daydream about having a battery life that lasts several days. And I don’t feel the need to have a phone that can go seven days on a single charge. I just needed a phone that would last from the time I charged it at six in the morning until eleven at night. And even a little longer on holiday evenings and I found it!
There are no problems encountered when using an iPhone 13 Pro Max for this. I can’t believe it, I no longer have to worry about having to charge my phone. I’m amazed. I even put his stamina through its paces to the very end. As a result, I was able to make it through two days (my battery died at 6 am, and it took until 9 pm the following day for it to reach 5 percent of its capacity).
What does it appear to be like in the photograph?
The Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max comes with three different camera modules:
A 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens that opens f/1.8 (13mm in full format)
A wide-angle lens with 12 megapixels and a maximum aperture of 1.5 (26mm in full format)
A telephoto lens with a magnification factor of 3 that has a maximum aperture of 2.8 (77mm in full frame)
I am not going to perform a comprehensive test of the photo module. Because I do not have the necessary skills. After using it for photography every day for a month.
When working in well-lit environments, each of the three lenses produces satisfying results. The wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle lenses perform. Marginally better than the telephoto lens, which quickly loses detail due to its greater magnification.
In night mode, the answer will depend on what you’re photographing. It is possible to get accurate results when taking a photo with the phone, but it is not practical to use for printing photos. In night mode, the telephoto lens is almost completely unusable (unless you want to keep a memory)