|iPhone 11 Pro Max|
|Screen (Resolution)||6.5-inch Super Retina XDR Display (2688 x 1242)|
|Rear Cameras||12-MP wide (f/1.8), 12-MP ultra wide (f/2.4), 12-MP telephoto (f/2.0)|
|Front Cameras||12-MP (f/2.2)|
|Water Resistance||Up to 4 meters for 30 minutes|
|Battery Life (Hrs:Mins)||11:54|
|Size||6.22 x 3.06 x 0.32 inches|
|Colors||Gold, space gray, silver, midnight green|
The iPhone 11 Pro Max has a look from the back that says “Come at me, Android.” The three camera lenses are so large that I feel like something’s about to launch out of them. I do like the matte glass finish on the back, which is downright refreshing compared with glossy, smudge-prone phablets like the Galaxy Note 10 and Huawei P30 Pro.
I could see why the iPhone 11 Pro Max might be jealous of the regular iPhone 11. It comes in four colors to the iPhone 11’s six. And instead of fun hues like green, purple and yellow, Apple sticks with more conservative options for the iPhone 11 Pro Max that befit its pro-user status. These include the midnight-green color on our review unit (which frankly looks gray). The midnight green only really shines through on the stainless-steel band and in the rings around the cameras. Space gray (which is darker), silver and gold round out the options.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max looks the same from the front as the iPhone XS Max. The notch toward the top, which houses the Face ID TrueDepth camera, is still distracting but I’ve gotten used to it.
At 6.2 x 3.06 x 0.32 inches and 7.97 ounces, the iPhone 11 Pro Max continues to be a handful. It’s heavier than the 7.34-ounce iPhone XS Max and also a bit thicker. The Galaxy Note 10 Plus, which has a larger 6.8-inch screen, is a full ounce lighter at 6.9 ounces and it’s also slightly narrower and slimmer at 6.4 x 3 x 0.31 inches.