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- 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
What materials are used to make phone cases?
Polymers such as thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), polycarbonate (PC), and silicone are commonly used in phone cases. TPU is the most prevalent material since it provides the best blend of weight, flexibility, and durability.
To add bumpers and other protective features to a case, more rigid polymers like PC are frequently utilized in combination with TPU. These cases also come in a variety of designs, including transparent finishes and a variety of colors.
Flexible, durable, and with a wonderful soft rubbery texture, silicone is an excellent choice for phone covers. It is less likely to crack than TPU or PC because it is usually thinner and lighter. They also come in a variety of colors, but because of their rubbery feel, they are more difficult to clean.
Phone covers are made of TPU, PC, silicone, bioplastics, and high-end materials like leather and wood.
Leather is occasionally used in cases, but only as part of a hybrid design. This indicates the case's inner is TPU, with a thin layer of leather on the outside. These casings are attractive and develop a patina with time, but the thin leather layer is susceptible to harm. Keep this in mind before you make a purchase.
In recent years, more environmentally friendly materials, such as biodegradable plastic and even wood, have been employed in some cases in recent years. These are less resistant to wear and tear than polymers and do not last as long. However, the majority of users will replace their phones every few years, and when they do, that plastic cover will be discarded. This is a strategy to reduce your environmental impact.
Choosing The Right Phone Case
Protecting your smartphone with a protective phone cover is a no-brainer for most people. Others choose skins and thin covers since they preserve the smartphone's appearance and feel. Each option has its own set of reasons, but we're not here to take sides.
Instead, we're going to look at how to pick the best smartphone cover for you so that you may strike the ideal balance between protection, design, and practicality. There is no phone cover that can protect your phone from all types of harm, at least not one that most people would want to carry. No phone cover, on the other hand, can match the appearance and feel of your thousand-dollar smartphone.
First and foremost, safety is paramount.
Shattered screens are one of the most prevalent issues seen by smartphone specialists. You run the danger of a smashed screen every time you drop your phone, especially if you don't have a protective cover on it. If your phone falls on one of its sides at an unusual angle rather than face or back first, the impact is significantly higher.
So, what kinds of phone case covers are best for keeping your phone safe? Here's how it works:
For a basic degree of protection, choose a mobile case made of a shock-absorbing substance like silicone or rubber. Bumper cases, transparent covers, and TPU cases are all sorts of shock-absorbent cases that help reduce the impact on your smartphone.
Covers for mobile phones and phone cases
You may use a slim-fit case or a carbon skin to protect your phone from scratches. These phone case covers protect the back and sides of your smartphone from scratches and damage from keys and dust particles, while absorbing little to no harm during dips and falls. So, only use them if you want to protect the paint and body of your smartphone.
A tough, thick shell is suggested for optimal protection. Even though they are thick phone covers, they are far superior to all other forms of guards in terms of absorbing shock and avoiding damage. These are often composed of rubber or polycarbonate and have military-grade protection against water, dust, and shocks. In effect, this style of smartphone cover acts like armor for your phone and is best suited for people who use their phones in harsh environments.
The decision you make will be based on how and, more crucially, where you use your smartphone the most. For the typical user, a slender bummer case may be sufficient protection against minor drops and bumps, but for hikers and manufacturing workers, a heavy-duty phone case cover may be the best option.
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 iPhone 14 Pro Max Case Designer 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 iPhone 14 Pro Max is everything you could possibly desire in a smartphone. This high-end smartphone (starting at $1,099) features a 120Hz refresh rate display, the quickest performance of any mobile device, and a long battery life.
But it's the iPhone 14 Pro Max's cameras that really set it apart since they're the greatest I've ever seen on a phone. You can take incredibly close-up photos with the ultra-wide camera's new macro mode, film cinematic mode movies with a fascinating bokeh effect, and create your own photographic styles.
Check out our iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 small reviews if you're looking for something more economical and don't require a telephoto lens or a 120Hz display.
While I wish Apple had quicker charging and Touch ID, this is the finest iPhone—and best phone period, as you'll discover in my complete iPhone 14 Pro Max review.
The camera bulge on the iPhone 14 Pro Max is much bigger this time around due to the larger sensors, and the overall design is more substantial than the iPhone 13 Pro Max. However, I like the notch on the 6.7-inch display because it is narrower. If you want all of the same capabilities in a smaller and slightly less costly phone, check out our iPhone 14 Pro review.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max's price and release date
The iPhone 14 Pro Max is currently available for purchase, with prices beginning at $1,099 for 128GB of storage. Upgrading to 256GB will set you back $1,199, 512GB will set you back $1,399, and the massive 1TB option will set you back $1,599.
The 128GB iPhone 14 Pro Max starts at £1,049 in the United Kingdom, rising to £1,149 for the 265GB model and £1,349 for the 512GB version. If you have a lot of cash to spend and need a lot of storage, the 1TB iPhone 14 Pro will set you back £1,549.
If you trade in your old iPhone or another phone, you may save money on the iPhone 14 Pro Max. And we're keeping track of the finest iPhone 14 discounts to help you save money on this expensive Apple phone.
iPhone 14 Pro Max's design and colors
Sierra Blue is our favorite color, with a smaller notch but a touch more weight than the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max has the same flat sides as the iPhone 13 Pro Max, but it has a distinct appearance. For starters, the camera array is bigger than before, taking up a little more space at the rear of the phone.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max weighs 8.46 ounces, which is somewhat more than its predecessor's 8.03 ounces. But, considering the new iPhone Pro's greater battery life, I'll let that slide.
On the plus side, Apple reduced the size of the notch on the iPhone 14 Pro Max's display by 20% while keeping the same important Face ID technology. It's not a full-screen appearance, but it's a step forward over recent iPhones.
My only genuine criticism of the iPhone 14's design is that it lacks Touch ID, both in the power button and beneath the display. It would be good to have another means of easily unlocking our iPhones at a time when many people still wear masks in public areas.
Face ID now works with masks thanks to the iOS 15.4 software update. We've also tested the update and found it to be functional.
Graphite, gold, silver, and Sierra Blue are the four hues available on the iPhone 14 Pro Max. If I were paying with my own money, I would choose the blue model. The graphite variant I tried has a professional look to it, but it's not as fun.
The Display on the iPhone 14 Pro Max
Smoother performance and animations are provided by the 120Hz ProMotion display.
Outdoor reading is easier with a brighter screen.
The new ProMotion display is the most significant enhancement to the iPhone 14 Pro Max's display — and the most significant change overall. This 6.7-inch panel's refresh rate may be dynamically scaled from 10Hz to 120Hz, resulting in smoother overall performance and animations.
When scrolling through The New York Times site with the iPhone 14 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro Max side by side, I found that the text on Apple's newest phone was easier to see when both displays were swiftly scrolled. It simply has a more responsive feel to it.
These advantages apply to other tasks as well, such as switching programs or returning to the home screen. Apps that use ProMotion, on the other hand, thrill me more. This includes Catalyst Black, a fast-paced online fighting game in which I transform into monsters and shoot in all directions. And the whole thing was so smooth.
Certain applications on the iPhone 14 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Max didn't support 120Hz at first, but the iOS 15.4 update enabled 120Hz refresh rate for third-party apps.
The improved brightness of the iPhone 14 Pro Max's screen is another bonus. With the adaptive option turned off, we measured an average of 837 nits and 1,038 nits with it turned on. With adaptive off, the iPhone 13 Pro Max averaged 654 nits. The Galaxy S21 Ultra has a maximum brightness of 821 nits.
Even in low-light situations, the iPhone 14 Pro Max's display displays remarkable detail. While watching the teaser for James Bond: No Time to Die, I could make out every terrifying crack in Rami Malek's changed face.
- Cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro Max
- More light is let in by new sensors, resulting in brighter pictures.
- more forceful 3x optical, 15x digital zoom
- The Macro mode is enticing.
There's a reason why the iPhone 14 Pro Max sports a larger 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 a bigger f/1.8 aperture (compared to f/2.4 on the iPhone 14 Pro Max) for brighter photos and a broader field of vision.
Apple iPhone 14 specifications and hardware
What about the iPhone 14 specifications? We know for certain that the 2022 iPhone will be powered by the Apple A16 Bionic chipset, but what are its specifications? While it's too early to tell, expert Ming-Chi Kuo has an opinion. The iPhone 14-series would very probably be powered by the A16 Bionic, one of the fastest chipsets planned for 2022.
According to many rumors, the A16 Bionic might be constructed on a 4nm or perhaps a 3nm manufacturing process, which would undoubtedly improve its overall performance and power savings. However, there are more credible rumors suggesting the next Apple chipset will continue to be made using a 5nm technology, with more sophisticated manufacturing technologies perhaps arriving in the near future.
The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are also rumored to be the first to include a massive 8GB of RAM, which will undoubtedly boost the iPhones' already excellent multitasking capabilities. That would be a new high for the iPhone lineup, which now maxes out at 6GB with the iPhone 13 Pro/Pro Max.
Worldwide semiconductor scarcity is to blame for this uncertainty. It has already impacted the plans of other phone makers, causing items to be delayed or canceled silently. TSMC, the world's largest semiconductor maker, is apparently struggling to transition to a smaller production node on a large enough scale to meet the impending massive Apple demand. As a result, it's almost clear that the iPhone 14-series will not be equipped with a 3 or 4 nm processor.
According to TSMC's manufacturing timetable, we might possibly witness up to a 15% performance boost, a 30% power reduction, and a 70% logic density gain over the current 5nm process. The major design advantage is in power draw reduction, such that each CPU generation consumes less energy and/or takes up less space on the motherboard, depending on the combination of features desired by the phone maker.
Analyst Jeff Pu of Haitong International Securities believes that all iPhone 14 models will have 6GB of RAM, down from 8GB on Pro versions, in order to keep prices low.
Apple iPhone 14 Charging and Battery
We haven't heard anything specific about the iPhone 14 series' batteries. Our expectations are already high, owing to the superb battery life of the current iPhone 13. Even if we see a drop in battery capacity, the hypothetical chipset battery savings should outweigh this and provide comparable or even greater battery life.
To refresh your memory, the iPhone 13 small has a 2,406mAh battery, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro have 3095mAh batteries, and the top-of-the-line, 4352mAh iPhone 13 Pro Max has excellent battery life.
We've heard speculations that Apple may release a portless iPhone in the future, but it doesn't appear that this will affect the iPhone 14. However, the European Commission's latest rules may put future Lightning port use on hold as the EC pushes for a standard charging port for all gadgets to fight e-waste. So far, a USB Type-C connector isn't replacing the Lightning port on the iPhone 14, at least not yet.
The iPhone 14 will include wireless charging by default, although it is uncertain if all iPhone 14 models will provide reverse wireless charging. Because the top-tier Pro models have the biggest batteries, this may be kept for them.