Users criticize the iPhone 14 Pro Max: the heaviest iPhone ever

After the release of the iPhone 14 series, the more innovative Pro series has naturally become the focus of everyone’s attention. This time, the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max have not only replaced the old notch design by the smart dynamic island. But also significantly enhanced its performance with the exclusive A16 chip and the new 48-megapixel main camera. Which is almost the biggest upgrade in recent years.

But because of this, the thickness and weight of the iPhone 14 Pro series have been further increased.


According to the official website data, the weight of the iPhone 14 Pro Max has reached 240g, making it the heaviest iPhone in history.

In the normal use process, plus the weight of the tempered film and the protective case. It can weigh more than a quarter of a kilogram, and it can be called the flagship of “brick”.

This has also caused complaints from fans and users who expect to have problems holding the phone.

iPhone 14 Pro Max becomes the heaviest iPhone in history

On the one hand, some users believe that the most important thing about a mobile phone is portability. The iPhone 14 Pro Max’s 6.7-inch large screen and 240g weight have lost its most important meaning as a “mobile phone”.

On the other hand, some fans believe that the sacrifice of the small design has resulted in the most powerful iPhone in history, which has almost reached the top in terms of photography, performance, and battery life, and can bring the ultimate experience.

They also believe that the Pro Max is for users who like the ultimate experience. And those who don’t like this weight can choose the standard version.

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be available in space black, silver, gold, and deep purple. With 128/256/512GB and 1TB of storage. Pre-orders started on Friday, September 9, and the product will be available on September 16. The iPhone 14 Pro starts at $999, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max starts at $1,099. This is the same pricing as last year in the US.

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Via: gizchina.com

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