IPhone 13 Pro Max Pallet

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  •  DisplayThe 6.7-inch OLED screen has ProMotion for a 120Hz refresh rate
  •  CameraThree rear 12MP cameras with big upgrades
  •  SpecsA15 Bionic, 5G, 6GB RAM and up to 1TB storage

IPhone 13 pro max pallet Introduction

It might not be Apple’s top-tier phone anymore, but the iPhone 13 Pro Max remains a strong choice if you can find it for a good price.

Replaced in the 2022 line-up by the iPhone 14 Pro Max, the iPhone 13 Pro Max is not officially sold by Apple anymore – however you’ll still spot it for sale through certain sites and retailers.

It’s only a year old and it remains an excellent device with plenty to offer. It might not be the best iPhone anymore, but if it drops to a tempting price in a sale like Black Friday then it will offer a lot of skills.

Screen and design

  • Similar design to the iPhone 12 Pro but heavier
  • New Sierra Blue colour
  • 120Hz screen for the first time on an iPhone

Apple’s Max version of the 13 Pro is a big device. Like, really big. The 6.7-inch screen makes for a phone that requires two hands for comfortable use and the boxy, squared-off design feels sharp. More so than with any other iPhone 13 model, I much prefer using the Pro Max with a softer case.

iphone 13 pro max homescreen 

It’s heavy too. Taking it out of the box it was noticeably heavier than the already hefty iPhone 12 Pro Max, though it’s the same weight as the new iPhone 14 Pro Max. It took me a few days to get used to the added weight and it can certainly be felt in a pocket. You can see in the specs and pictures below how it compares to the smaller Pro.

Size (Dimensions)

But, this is forgivable given that it’s being targeted at people who want a big phone. If you don’t, the iPhone 13 Pro has a near-identical feature set and is much smaller. There’s also the iPhone 14 Pro, which retains a smaller footprint. If you’re even thinking about the Pro Max you know the benefits, and drawbacks, of the size.

There are reasons why this is heavier than before. The battery, which I will delve into a lot, is larger and once you’ve read my thoughts on that you’ll probably take those extra few grams. The camera module is also larger and again, the benefits are worth it based on my time with the phone.While it might not be the most ergonomic phone, there’s no doubting it’s gorgeous. The flat, industrial look introduced with the iPhone 12 Pro returns, along with a new Sierra Blue hue you can see in the sample images. This is a lighter blue than the Pacific Blue we had last year and I think it looks great. The less said about the garish gold the better, though. Graphite and Silver round out the collection. I much prefer the colours here than those introduced with the iPhone 14 Pro series.

The body is IP68 for some water-resistant and the front is covered by what Apple calls Ceramic Shield. I found the Ceramic Shield did a good job at keeping the screen in good condition over an extended period. A screen protector is always best if you want to keep those micro-scratches away though.

The design of the iPhone 13 Pro Max might be similar to the older model, but the display is a big upgrade.

As great as the design is, there is one irritating aspect. The stainless steel sides pick up smudges like nothing else and they require constant attention to keep them looking anything other than quite grim.

Each previous generation of iPhones (including the regular iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini) have included 60Hz panels so they attempt to refresh 60 times every second. On the iPhone 13 Pro Max, the panel can now refresh up to 120Hz – so 120 times a second. This makes actions, like swiping through homescreens and opening apps, feel much faster.

Refreshing at 120Hz is great sometimes, but not all the time. This is why many Android phones that were locked to 120Hz suffered from awful battery life. To avoid this, the LTPO panel used here is adaptive. It can move between refresh rates depending on the task at hand. This is what Apple calls ProMotion and it’ll be familiar to anyone who has used a recent iPad Pro.

iPhone 13 Pro Max front on 

If you’re doing something where 120Hz is likely to make a visible difference, such as scrolling Instagram or gaming, the panel will aim for that – and, in my experience hit it. However, if you’re watching an online video, most of which are shot at 30fps, the screen will slow down. It can go as low as 10Hz in activities such as reading.

ProMotion is a real step forward and I noticed it immediately. Once you’ve used a 120Hz display, it can be hard to go back.

A feature that is missing here that you’ll find on the iPhone 14 Pro Max is the always-on display option. This is a way of having glanceable information always visible, but I wouldn’t say it’s a reason to pay loads more for the newer phone.

At 6.7-inches, the screen here is ideal for content, be it reading, Netflix, games or editing snaps. The OLED panel is bright and readable outdoors, while the smaller notch (Apple says it’s 20% smaller) makes Netflix binges a little more immersive. The notch will remain an irritant even in its smaller size to those who disliked it before and it’s hard not to feel like, all these years later, Apple could have adopted something a little less intrusive.

iphone 13 pro max video 

I watched a few episodes of the Apple TV+ show Foundation in HDR on the big display and it certainly gave good results. Blacks are perfect, colours are natural and the extra brightness is especially welcome in scenes with bright light and explosions.

You do have to contend with the notch though, which can get in the way. Apple tweaked the notch slightly with the iPhone 14 Pro series, introducing the Dynamic Island.


  • Three rear cameras, plus a LiDAR sensor
  • Wide, ultra wide and optical zoom
  • Cinematic mode for video

The iPhone 13 Pro Max also packs an impressive camera system – even when looked at compared to 2022 phones like the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.

You don’t need to go for the Max model this year to get the true flagship camera experience though, with both Pro models packing the same exact specs.

The back of both the iPhone 13 Pro models 

The triple-camera array consists of a 12-megapixel wide sensor with an f/1.5 lens along with a 12-megapixel f/1.8 ultra-wide with a 120-degree field of view. The set is completed by a 12-megapixel 77mm telephoto capable of 3x optical zoom. There’s also a LiDAR sensor to help with low-light portraits.

That 12-megapixel wide camera has far larger pixels and a wider aperture than the 12 Pro Max, allowing more light into the sensor for better low-light performance and a more natural depth of field effect.

The benefit of both of these becomes clear when shooting at night, where pictures are clear and detailed without as much reliance on the slower night mode.

The shots of cheeses and food below were taken, with night mode off, in near-total darkness with the only source of light coming from a few candles. Yet, detail is plentiful and colours are nice. There’s also none of the overly bright areas often seen on night mode shots. There are still bouts of odd lens flare when shooting at night which can certainly be annoying.

iphone 13 pro max night 3 

There’s great detail and colour in night shots
iphone 13 pro max night time 

There’s great detail here

The optical zoom is 3x this year, so 77mm, but it does have a slower f/2.8 aperture. This means it’s better in daytime for getting closer and taking portraits and worse at night when compared to the f/2.0 lens on the 12 Pro Max. I’ll take the sacrifice, as I mainly use the zoom in the day.

I do wish the iPhone had a zoom that could rival the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, though.

iphone 13 pro max 3x optical 

Optical zoom is 3x, or 77mm

In daylight situations each of the sensors is great and it can often be hard to tell photos apart from those shot with the iPhone 14 Pro Max and its 48MP sensor.

The ultra wide has the fewest upgrades, although you can now utilise night mode here for some striking low-light landscapes. The ultra wide is also used for the new Macro mode, which enables (often frustratingly) every time you get close to something. The results are really good, but sometimes I would just prefer the natural bokeh from the main sensor. Apple has said it’s releasing an iOS update to alter the way this works later in the year.

iphone 13 pro max fine detail 

Pictures have loads of detail

The bigger pixels and wider f/1.5 aperture on the main sensor make it incredibly capable of capturing the lovely depth of field, while the Deep Fusion computational tech pulls extra detail in things like fur. You can see this in the picture of the dog below.


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Original price was: $2,800.00.Current price is: $2,000.00.
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