iPhone 14 pro max price in Nepal[2022],Spec, Availability

The iPhone 14 Pro Max is truly the best of all things in the current iPhone world. It’S has the best design, biggest screen, best camera, and smartest display. You’re going to pay for all of this, but if you’re determined to get an iPhone and want the absolute Apex device, this is obviously the phone for you. If you can live with a slightly smaller display and need less weight in your pocket, we’d probably recommend the more compact 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro.



+Great design and build

+Incredible camera quality

+Dynamic Islands are smart and innovative


– 3x zoom leaves you wanting more

-Still waiting for super fast charging

-Battery life is weaker than last year

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Ahead of the launch, we conducted an informal Twitter poll on which new Apple iPhone 14 people witthe.


The iPhone 14 Pro Max is the clear favorite…and by a wide margin. It’s not just a bigger 6.7-inch display or the potential for more battery life, but current iPhone buyers seem to want everything that comes with Apple’s premium handset.


It’s more powerful than the identical but smaller 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, but noticeably more powerful than the new iPhone 14 and its big brother, the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus.


For the first time in a while, Apple has chosen to put the best, fastest, most efficient silicon in one half of a new phone. The iPhone 14 and 14 Plus find the A15 Bionic chip in the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max (it’s higher than the A15 Bionic chip in the standard iPhone 13), while the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max get the new 4nm process A16 Bionic.


At least Apple and its carrier partners are offering some good iPhone 14 deals.


There’s even a $1,000 deal in the US, though Apple and the carrier have to verify to redeem the value—don’t expect to get cash for an iPhone 6 or even an iPhone 8.


If we’re talking value though, the iPhone 14 Pro Max has earned its reservations with a snappy performance, a truly radiant screen that can now achieve a sunny 2,000-effort brilliance while also delivering new low-power 1Hz is always on and the function of the display function’ is just there for a quick glance.


People will be talking about the new dynamic islands. Among those surprised by Apple’s unusual solution, an ‘island’ of flexible displays with a floating display just a few millimeters from the top edge of the screen.


The island still contains the front-facing camera (upgraded with autofocus) and 3D-measurement sensors as part of Face ID, but some of the tech, like the proximity sensor, is now hidden behind the display. What’s left is actually a pair of cutouts – a pill, a circle, but with a small portion of the active screen between them.


All in all, it looks like a smaller cylinder that might appear completely black when it’s unmistakable for some animation or notification activity. However, it has a remarkable ability to switch based on screen activity and gestures.

iPhone 14 pro max price in Nepal[2022],Spec, Availability

Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max (128GB) for R.s. NPR.195,000 expected in Nepal

People worry about what stepping on so many brushes on the front-facing camera might mean for selfies, but at least there’s an aquifer coating to reduce smudges on the lens.


It’s been a long time since a battery-refreshable display was always available at 1Hz. Apple has been lagging behind the competition in implementing this feature’s own way.


It’s nice to be able to see the time, date and information-filled widgets on the iPhone’s screen without touching it and unlocking it – though it does kill the battery a bit.


The upgraded camera array is finally bringing pixel wrapping to the iPhone, a favorite feature on many Android devices that combines brightness and color data from four (or more) pixels on the sensor to improve low-light performance performance and color accuracy.


For the main camera, Apple has gone with a 48MP sensor (a far cry from the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra’s 108MP sensor), and while that’s more of a technological advancement than your headline number, you’ll see below.


That sensor is paired with an excellent lens, by the way. You can also shoot in Proraw mode at 48MP, which is great for Pro shooters (you’ll need to turn this option on in settings).


The 12MP Ultrawide camera still offers a 120-degree field of view, which is ‘wide enough’ in our book, and the quality has been improved with a larger sensor and more focus pixels. This is reflected in brighter, more vibrant wide-angle photos and much-improved macro photography, which also uses the new Ultrawide lens.


Apple can’t seem to figure out how to give us more than 3x optical zoom ‘space zoom’ though competitors offer 10x optical and 100x (albeit highly interpolated). We’ll tackle the 5x optical zoom.


Rather than doing a bigger zoom you also get that extra level between the 2x optical zoom which is more useful than it sounds especially since the zoom is really just using the entire central block of the 48MP sensor; no compression just the main sensor For subtitles, it gives you just enough information to get as close as you would with a digital zoom without losing any quality.

iPhone 14 pro max price in Nepal[2022],Spec, Availability

Powering the whole show is the new A16 Bionic chip. It’s an upgrade from the A15 Bionic (which, as mentioned, lives in the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus), with 16 billion transistors and a smaller, more efficient 4-nanometer process.


Benchmarks and real-world performance seem to have the power of this new Apple silicon that has found its way into nearly every corner of the iPhone 14 Pro Max Performance (photo, always-on display, and dynamic islands).


Between the new display tech’s more efficient A16 Bionic and the size of the 14 Pro Max, we’d expect more than the 13 hours of combined battery life we got – though this could be improved when removing the always-on display.


Further testing indoors, with the screen on all day, mostly streaming video, basically puts that figure at 13 hours, and is closer to Apple’s estimated streaming video performance of 29 hours.


By the way, this is Apple’s first ESIM-only iPhone (at least in the US – the SIM slot exists in other markets). It’s weird, but also nice to lose the sim tray, and thankfully, ESIM setup is pretty easy.


While we could experience the new ESIM, we didn’t test the new crash detection feature, nor the new Emergency Satellite SOS, for obvious reasons. We did see the latter in action, though – covered further in the full review.


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