iPhone 14 Pro Max 5G 2023: Price, Full Specs & Everything We Know So Far

The iPhone 14 line is rapidly approaching, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max is supposed to be the best, most costly, and possibly the most fascinating of the four speculated handsets.

There’s a lot to get enthusiastic about here, with rumors of a drastically different design, no notch, and considerable camera upgrades, among many other changes. Indeed, if every optimistic leak comes true, the iPhone 14 Pro Max 5G may be the most thrilling upgrade Apple has released in years.

iPhone 14 Pro Max 5G

Brands: Apple
Model: iPhone 14 Pro Max 5G
Price In USA From $999
Status: Available in the market
Release Date 16 September 2022

iPhone 14 Pro Max 5G Release

Despite all of our attempts to predict when Apple will most likely unveil the iPhone 14 range – including multiple leaks that repeated our projected launch date of September 13 – it now appears to be sooner. Bloomberg columnist and well-known Apple expert Mark Gurman predicts that Apple’s latest iPhones, such as the iPhone 14 Pro Max, would be available as early as September 7. The phone will be available for purchase nine days later, on September 16.

iPhone 14 Pro Max 5G Price

There was a period when it was anticipated to be later than planned, especially following stories of Chinese lockdowns seemingly throwing manufacturing a few weeks behind, but the firm was reportedly taking steps to get back on track, and it appears it has paid off if this latest date is to be trusted. According to one source, we may be looking at rates similar to the iPhone 13 series, which would imply a starting price of roughly $1,099 / £1,049 / AU$1,849 for such iPhone 14 Pro Max.

According to another report, the forthcoming phone would start at $1,199 (about £955 / AU$1,665), which is $100 (approximately £80 / AU140) higher than the iPhone 13 Pro Max. Given the number of upgrades predicted for this phone, a price increase would be understandable, and we’ve already heard about it for the second time.

iPhone 14 Pro Max

Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max Design

According to the source, the frame is constructed of titanium rather than stainless steel, which we’ve heard of before. The original report came from Jon Prosser, but several other high-profile leakers, including Ming-Chi Kuo and Mark Gurman, have now stated that the iPhone 14 Pro Max will not have a notch.

However, some of the specifics in the render above appear to be incorrect, as instead of a single camera cut-out, a number of news now say the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have two – a little punch-hole and a larger pill-shaped one next to it. This can be seen in leaked schematics and in the released video.

One of those renders also depicts a large camera bulge on the back, which may be more realistic, since a leaked schematic indicates the rear camera block will be larger than on the iPhone 13 Pro Max, rather than smaller, as the initial leak said.

Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max 5G Display

While the iPhone 14 Pro Max appears to be a significant leap in many aspects, its screen may not be one of them, according to Ross Young, a reliable leaker, who claims it will sport a 6.68-inch 1284 x 2778 OLED screen with a variable refresh rate and 458 pixels per inch. With those specifications, it would have the same display as the iPhone 13 Pro Max.

We’ve also heard from Ming-Chi Kuo that the future phone would have a 6.7-inch screen, and we wouldn’t anticipate Apple to adjust the size because it’s not something the company does often. It’s still potential that some display details, such as brightness, will vary, but thus far, it sounds very similar to the screen on the iPhone 13 Pro Max. Except, of course, there won’t be a notch protruding from the top this time.

iPhone 14 Pro Max 5G

14 Pro Max iPhone Camera

According to rumors, the iPhone 14 Pro Max camera will receive a significant improvement from its predecessor’s 12MP main (wide) sensor to a 48MP one. Respected expert Ming-Chi Kuo has stated so numerous times, but the other analyst has since corroborated his claims. Another source claims that this camera will be “the greatest on a smartphone if there’s enough light,” but that it now performs worse in low light.

This camera would reportedly be accompanied by two other cameras and be able to record 8K video (up from 4K on the iPhone 13 Pro Max). These other two have received less attention, although they could still have the same 12MP ultrawide and 12MP telephoto cameras with 3x optical zoom. A periscope camera with a 5x optical zoom has been discussed, but it appears that this won’t be available before the iPhone 15 range next year.

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