New On 2019 iPhones: 11 Pro Max A+ DisplayMate Rating, 11 Pro Most Durable, And More
DisplayMate Rates iPhone 11 Pro Max Display A+
DisplayMate, the display testing and calibration company, gave the highest A+ rating in the history to the newly-released iPhone 11 Pro Max. This means that the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s screen is better than any smartphone on the market. DisplayMate believes that Apple’s latest flagship smartphones definitely offers “considerably better display performance than other competing smartphones.”
DisplayMate went on to say that the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s display ushered in “major” performance improvements over last year’s iPhone XS Max display, including 17% higher Full-Screen Peak Brightness, improved absolute color accuracy, lower reflectivity, while being 15% higher in power efficiency. In general, DisplayMate says that the iPhone 11 Pro Max is a “Very Impressive Top Tier Smartphone Display.”
SquareTrade Finds iPhone 11 Pro The Most Durable iPhone Ever
Apple officially said that the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max use the toughest glass ever in a smartphone. SquareTrade, a warranty company, tested the new iPhones, and finds that the iPhone 11 Pro was able to passed the tumble test, which is also the first smartphone that really passed this test, while the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Pro Max both experienced cracks.
iFixit Calls iPhone 11 An iPhone XR With Some iPhone 11 Pro Tech
iFixit today released the iPhone 11 teardown report, calling it an iPhone XR with some iPhone 11 Pro technology. For example, the use of a double-layer logic board, upgraded wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle rear dual-lens camera, and the embedded ultra-wideband antenna technology in the rear shell.
In addition, iFixit also delved into the phone’s rectangular battery, which is only slightly better than last year’s iPhone XR battery. The iPhone 11 has a battery capacity of 3,110 mAh, about 7% more than the iPhone XR, which is why Apple claims an extra hour of battery life. iFixit also briefly discussed the possibility of two-way wireless charging on the iPhone 11. They finally pointed out that there is no such possibility. Unlike the iPhone 11 Pro Max, the iPhone 11 does not have a second battery connector.