iPhone 14 Pro Max Case
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About this item
- User-Friendly Made with high-quality materials. Silky-soft touch and good grip. The soft inside keeps the back of your phone scratch-free
- Highly Protective Raised edges offer extra protection for the camera and screen. Anti-fingerprint
- Precise Cutouts Easy access to all controls and features
- Slim fit, thin, lightweight, sturdy but not bulky
- Grippy Texture High-quality materials make for a non-slip grip and comfortable holding, pleasant to touch, and easy to clean
- Screen & Back protection Slightly raised lips to protect the screen and camera from scratches and cracks; The interior is smooth and will not scratch the back of your phone when putting it in
- Full Coverage & Flexible Bottom All four corners are durable for high-grade drop protection, and the bottom of this case is flexible, which will make swipe-up gestures much more comfortable and smooth on your phone
The Benefits of Using a Phone Case
Accidents happen regardless of how cautious you are. Even if you have AppleCare+ or an Android warranty, you might be looking at hundreds of dollars in repairs if you drop your phone and shatter it.
Most individuals are concerned about phone drops since the display might be cracked. Dropping your naked phone on a hard surface, on the other hand, might harm the phone's interior components as well. If additional phone elements are broken, Apple and other phone makers will have to replace the entire phone.
Use a phone cover to alleviate the tension. Spending just $15 on a good cover can prevent you from the high cost of cell phone repairs – or, even worse, having to buy a new phone!
In addition, your case might have a purpose greater than merely protecting your phone:
- Wallet cases enable you to effortlessly keep credit cards, IDs, shopping carts, and other items on your phone, ensuring that you never leave the house without the necessities.
- Waterproof cases allow you to shoot photos or movies underwater while protecting your phone from accidental submersion.
- Designed cases, such as a Harry Potter-themed cover or a unique dog image, let you display your individuality.
What kind of case should you get?
There are a few crucial characteristics to look for to offer your iPhone 14 Pro Max cases the protection it deserves:
- Raised edges: if your phone falls on its face, the screen will not strike the ground because of the raised edges.
- Shockproof corners: These absorb the impact of drops on your phone case.
- High toughness: You don't want your phone's case to get damaged or dented every time you drop it!
Everyday usage has accumulated a lot of dirt, germs, and filth on your iPhone. If a case protects your phone, it is also contaminated with the same impurities. Cleaning your phone and patience should be done regularly. Your cleaning routine may vary depending on the type of case you have. If you're curious about how to clean a plastic or leather iPhone cover, keep reading!
Cases Made of Plastic
Cleaning and maintaining plastic casings is significantly more accessible because you are not dealing with the sensitivity of fabrics like leather. Cleaning your plastic iPhone cover is simple if you follow these instructions:
- Take your phone out of its case. It's never a good idea to clean your case while the phone is still inside.
- To avoid water getting into the gaps and causing damage, set your phone aside, so it doesn't get wet.
- If your iPhone case has one, separate the secondary silicone component from the hard-plastic outer shell.
- In a bowl, combine one cup of warm water and a drop of dishwashing soap. If you use too much soap, the mixture will become overly sudsy.
- Before dipping a toothbrush or clean cloth into the water, fully mix the soap and water.
- Scrub the surface of your iPhone case gently in a circular motion with a moistened toothbrush or cloth. Ensure that all cracks and seams are scrubbed.
- Rinse the case components with water and dry them with a soft towel after washing both the hard plastic and soft silicone inside and out.
- Allow an hour for the iPhone cover components to air dry before attempting to reassemble your phone. Do not re-insert your phone into your case until it is scorched.
While washing your iPhone cover with soap and water once a month is excellent, you may want to go the extra mile to disinfect it thoroughly. To clean your phone case entirely, follow the steps below:
- Take your phone out of the case. If you attempt to disinfect the case while your phone is still inside, the disinfectant may cause harm to internal components.
- If you have numerous components in your case, separate them. A soft inner plastic that may be pulled apart is usually present.
- Soak a soft cloth in 70% or higher rubbing alcohol for a few minutes. It's critical to use a soft cloth to avoid scratching your casing.
- Instead of using the towel, spray the rubbing alcohol straight over the phone if you have access to a sprayer bottle.
- Using the alcohol and towel, wipe off all of the components of your phone case.
- Both inside and out.
- Wipe the rubbing alcohol away with a clean, dry towel. Remove as much alcohol as possible from your system.
- Allow the case to dry in the open air for at least an hour before attempting to replace your phone.
What should I look for in a phone case?
The sort of phone case you wish to buy is one of the first important selections you must make. We're delighted to say that you now have a plethora of choices. Here's a short rundown of what's going on:
For thin cases, they give up safety for the sake of beauty and simplicity. They add little to the phone's overall size, but they don't provide anything in the way of drop protection or other functionality.
Hybrid cases: These are the "standard" cases that you see at most stores, and they come in a wide range of designs. These are the cases that most people should purchase.
Rugged cases are thick and hefty, and they provide maximum protection from drops at the sacrifice of aesthetics. They frequently come with additions such as kickstands and waterproofing.
Clear cases: Clear cases are transparent and simple, allowing you to show off your phone's design while keeping it safe from drops. Just bear in mind that they might be tough to maintain.
Wallet cases: Wallet cases protect your phone while allowing you to store cards, IDs, or cash. Aside from cardholder cases, folio-style covers with a cover to protect your screen are also available.
Magnetic cases are made to function with magnetic attachments, such as Apple's MagSafe system. There aren't many alternatives, and they're very specialized, but they can open up some intriguing possibilities.
Cases with a built-in battery pack are fantastic for camping or extended journeys, but they're too large for regular usage. They frequently include reverse-wireless charging for other gadgets as well.
Most flagship phones nowadays have some level of water protection, but none of them can withstand saltwater. Some rather uncommon and specialized circumstances exist to fill that void.
Skins: Skins aren't quite cases, but they serve a similar purpose. They provide very little protection, though, because they just adhere to your phone using adhesive, much like a sticker.
The majority of people choose thin and hybrid casings. They provide a nice balance of protection and elegance, generally at a reasonable price. Plus, with so many different styles and colors to select from (including clear covers), you're likely to find one that matches your personality. You may also personalize the case with text or other graphics with some companies.
If you want your case to be more functional, you have many more options. Wallets and magnetic cases are useful for regular use, and more specialized choices like battery cases are useful in specific scenarios. Rugged cases often offer military-grade protection, avoiding severe damage from falls as high as 20 feet, if you operate in the field (or are just a little clumsy).
iPhone 14 Pro Max Models
Every autumn, Apple releases new iPhone models, and 2022 will be no exception. Four new iPhones in 6.1 and 6.7-inch sizes are on the way. Two of those iPhones will be standard, less expensive models known as the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, while the other two will be higher-end "Pro" variants known as the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
We have all the specifics on what to anticipate from the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. You can also check out our iPhone 14 rumor roundup to comprehensively analyze all four iPhone models, including the cheaper ones.
As with the iPhone 13 Pro series, we anticipate a 6.1-inch "iPhone 14 Pro" and a 6.7-inch "iPhone 14 Pro Max" in 2022. According to rumors, there will be significant cosmetic variations between the iPhone 14 Pro models and the standard iPhone 14 models due to alterations to the Face ID camera introduced by Apple.
The iPhone 14 Pro variants include two display cuts instead of a notch. The Face ID dot projector and other Face ID components will be housed in a pill-shaped cutout, while the front-facing camera will be housed in a second circular cutout. Non-Pro versions are anticipated to retain the usual notch.
The iPhone 14 Pro models may include a titanium chassis, which would improve the stainless steel utilized in the iPhone 13 Pro. However, titanium would also distinguish the iPhone 14 Pro from the iPhone 14 models, which are believed to retain an aluminum chassis.
The back camera on all iPhone 14 models may also receive a redesign, with Apple delivering a thicker casing that eliminates the camera bulge. In addition, the lenses, flash, and LiDAR scanner might be flush with the back glass if all goes well.
Camera upgrades are on the way for the iPhone 14 Pro versions. Apple is likely to include a 48-megapixel camera and 8K video recording capabilities. In addition, there might possibly be some telephoto lens enhancements and an improved Ultra-Wide camera. The 48-megapixel Wide camera, telephoto lens upgrades, and LiDAR Scanner will remain Pro-only capabilities.
In addition to camera enhancements and notch adjustments that will not be available on the iPhone 14 models, speculation says that the iPhone 14 Pro models will receive an improved A16 chip. At the same time, the non-Pro versions will continue to use the A15 chip seen in the current iPhone 13 series.
Cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro Max
More light is let in by new sensors, resulting in brighter pictures.
3x optical zoom, 15x digital zoom, and an enticing macro mode are all available.
There's a reason why the iPhone 14 Pro Max sports an enormous camera array.
The primary wide camera is Apple's biggest yet, with 1.9 million pixels (up from 1.7 million) and an f/1.5 aperture, delivering 49 percent more light than the iPhone 13 Pro Max. In addition, the ultrawide camera has an enormous f/1.8 gap (compared to f/2.4 on the iPhone 14 Pro Max) for brighter photos and a broader field of vision.
Zooming on the iPhone 14 Pro Max is also improved, as the telephoto lens on the iPhone 14 Pro Max now has a 3x optical zoom, up from 2.5x on the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Aside from the hardware, there are several camera enhancements. The iPhone 14 Pro Max, for example, uses its ultrawide camera to capture photographs from as close as 2 cm away.
On a neighboring beach, I had a lot of fun getting up close and personal with this piece of wood. While the iPhone 13 Pro Max struggled to get close, the new iPhone was able to capture every corner and detail.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max also beautifully captured this purple pansy, with rich color and fine details in the petals. And I got up close and personal with the feared spotted lanternfly moving between the rocks; I could see its legs and the delicate lines in its wings.
The two iPhone 14 Pro versions will continue to offer 120Hz ProMotion display technology, and speculation indicates that ProMotion will remain a feature reserved for more premium iPhone models. Though some beliefs imply that 120Hz refresh rates might be implemented on all iPhone 14 models, display analyst Ross Young feels that this is unlikely due to display availability difficulties.
Apple is acquiring LTPO OLED screens for the iPhone 14 Pro variants to support 120Hz ProMotion refresh rates. Though Samsung supplied the OLED panels for Apple's iPhone 13 Pro models, the company plans to get specific screens from LG Display and BOE in 2022.
The iPhone 14 Pro models are likely to appear similar to the iPhone 13 Pro models, with the same flat-edged design, although there may be tweaks to the body design and the display improvements.
Apple will debut a thicker chassis with no back camera hump. Instead, the lenses, LED flash, and LiDAR scanner will purportedly sit flush with the rear glass, resulting in a non-protruding camera design not seen since the early days of the iPhone.
Along with the flush camera, the iPhone 14 versions may include circular volume buttons similar to those used on the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 models and revised speaker and microphone grilles with extended mesh cutouts rather than discrete holes at the device's bottom. However, because none of Prosser's details have been mirrored in leaked renderings, it is unclear whether the details are correct.
There will be no 5.4-inch iPhone in 2022 since Apple is discontinuing the "small" series due to poor sales. The iPhone 13 small will likely be the last of the tiny phones, with Apple anticipating focusing on larger-sized iPhones with screen sizes ranging from 6.1 to 6.7 inches for its flagship handsets.
We anticipate a 6.1-inch iPhone 14, a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max, with the 6.7-inch iPhone replacing the tiny model.
According to a JP Morgan Chase investor report, Apple's future iPhone 14 Pro versions may include a high-end titanium alloy chassis design. Apple had already utilized titanium for the Apple Watch, but this would be the first time the material has been used for an iPhone.
Titanium is more scratch-resistant, robust, and corrosion-resistant than steel and aluminum.
High-end iPhone models are expected to use a vapor chamber thermal system beginning in 2022, which Apple is believed to be "aggressively testing." High-end iPhones will require the VC thermal system because of their higher computational power and better 5G connection rates. Smartphones from firms like Samsung, Razer, and LG already utilize vapor chamber cooling technology to keep a device more relaxed while under intense stress.
Whether the vapor chamber thermal system will fulfill Apple's stringent criteria is unknown, but Apple is attempting to improve it, and high-end models may use it shortly.