Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max 8GB RAM 2023 Price & Full Specifications
We anticipate a 6.1-inch “iPhone 14 Pro” and a 6.7-inch “iPhone 14 Pro Max” in 2023, similar to the iPhone 13 Pro series. Because Apple is making improvements to the Face ID camera, rumors claim there will be some significant design alterations between the iPhone 14 Pro versions and the normal iPhone 14 models.
You may enjoy playing games, listening to music, watching movies, and other activities for a longer period of time without worrying about battery drain thanks to the 3687 mAh battery that could be included in the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max, which is rumored to run the iOS v15 operating system.
This forthcoming Apple phone is rumored to include 6 GB of internal storage, 6 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of external storage. As a result, you won’t have to worry about running out of room on your phone to save all of your music, films, games, and other content. In addition, the phone is believed to have a potent Hexa-core (2×3.1 GHz Firestorm + 4×1.8 GHz Icestorm) processor, allowing you to access several programs and play graphically demanding games without experiencing any lag.
In terms of photography features, the Apple phone is said to include a Dual camera configuration on the back. You might be able to take some real shots using a 12 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP + TOF. Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face identification, and Touch to focus are features that may be present on the back camera system. The Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max is anticipated to have a 12 MP + SL 3D front-facing camera for selfies and video calls. You may enjoy playing games or viewing movies on the phone’s 6.7 inches (17.01 cm) display, which is said to have a resolution of 1284 x 2778 pixels.
A summary of iPhone 14 Pro 2023
- There are two Pro models: the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
- Larger camera bumps on thicker bodies
- New 48MP primary camera
- The front notch has been replaced by a hole punch with pill-shaped cuts.
iPhone 14 Pro Max 2023 Specs and Features
The iPhone 14 Pro Max 2023 is expected to include an A16 Bionic processor, which is not surprising since the existing model has an A15 Bionic. It’s unclear how great of an improvement this new chipset will bring. While some reports claim it will be manufactured on a 4nm or possibly 3nm process, dropping from 5nm for the A15 Bionic, the most recent leak indicates it will remain at 5nm.
Smaller numbers are better in this case, and a shift to a smaller number would normally indicate a considerable increase in power and/or efficiency, even if it stays at 5nm, there will be some gains. Meanwhile, based on who you ask, the RAM could remain at 6GB or increase to 8 GB. However, we’ve heard the 6GB claim multiple times, so that seems more likely for the time being.
Even if the phone stays at 6GB, it could still be an upgrade, according to one report, because this is quicker and more energy-efficient LPDDR5 RAM, up from LPDDR4X RAM in the iPhone 13 Pro Max 2023. Storage, on the other hand, could see a significant increase, potentially reaching a whopping 2TB. That’s twice the storage capacity of the iPhone 13 Pro Max, albeit we’ve heard it will be limited to 1TB again.
Another, less likely, shift is the usage of an eSIM instead of a real SIM. Existing iPhones have both, and if Apple makes this change, there will almost certainly be variants of the iPhone 14 Pro Max that focus on supporting SIM cards, as not all cell networks now allow eSIMs.
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max Battery
According to one source, the iPhone 14 Pro Max 2023 may have a larger battery than its predecessor. This is an encouraging claim, given that the iPhone 13 Pro Max already boasts an exceptional battery life.
However, we’ve also heard – from a less reliable source – that its battery capacity may be somewhat lower at 4,323mAh, dropping from 4,352mAh in the iPhone 13 Pro Max 2023. However, charges may be receiving a boost, with 30W allegedly planned, according to Twitter leaker @Jioriku.
In the meantime, there have been rumors of a switch from Lightning to USB-C in the world of implausible features. We doubt it will happen on the iPhone 14 line, but it will probably happen someday, especially given that the EU has made it mandatory starting in 2024. Even while it appears unlikely that Apple will go so far with the iPhone 14 Pro Max, there have been rumors of a future portless iPhone that would only enable wireless charging.