iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max Review Roundup; Top-End Flagship Gets Praise For Its 5x Zoom, All Models Have Increased Battery And Are Lighter

The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max reviews are finally here, showing Apple’s efforts that were invested in its smartphone division for a 12-month period. Some outlets and YouTube channels have nothing but immense praise for the latest models, so let us check them out in detail. If you want to skip the written reviews and head to the video ones, they are given below, too.

In TechCrunch’s review, the iPhone 15 Pro Max’s 5x optical zoom was labeled a ‘miracle.’ The team went to Disneyland to test out Apple’s top-tier flagship and documented their findings. Given below is what they had to say about their experience.

“Apple in many ways is working inside the iPhone box to enable more user choice and flexibility without having to learn anything new. So many bits of the iPhone 15 Pro Max are about choice.

The Action Button lets you define what behaviors are most important to you, the wide range of lenses available give you better framing and utility options, hell even the legally mandated USB-C gives you professional grade video shooting and external monitor support.

Yes, the iPhone as a class of device is a mature instrument. But the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max prove that there is so much more room for Apple to grow the archetype. It will just be growing inwards vs. outwards.”

Despite the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max having more exclusive upgrades than the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, The Verge’s Allison Johnson says that the latest models are not a breakthrough by any stretch of the imagination.

“The 15 Pro is far from a breakthrough. Android phone owners have been enjoying the flexibility of USB-C for years. You’ll also find phones with more zoom, better multitasking capabilities, and a smarter assistant on the other side of the walled garden. But this is the first time these features are all coming together on an iPhone, and it’s an important moment if you’re firmly rooted in the iOS ecosystem, as many people are.”

For users who are upgrading after a few years, CNBC recommends picking up the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro as they feature tons of improvements, ranging from the displays, cameras, a new chip, and, of course, the transition from Lightning to USB-C.

“The iPhone 15 Pros are one of the best upgrades in many years for Apple’s high-end phones, although the core of what an iPhone does hasn’t changed at all. Any of Apple’s phones currently on sale — which include 2022 and 2021 models at discounts — can make calls, send texts, download apps, and take great photographs. If you’re upgrading after a few years, all of Apple’s phones are big improvements, and they’ll all get the job done.”




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The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max went on pre-orders last week, on September 15. Various Apple’s physical outlets are expected to stock both models on September 22, with the available finishes being black titanium, white titanium, blue titanium, and natural titanium finishes. The iPhone 15 Pro starts from $999, while the iPhone 15 Pro Max is priced higher, at $1,199.

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