The annual Apple Product Launch is always an exciting event, and the one held in September 2019 was no exception. This event heralded the launch of two flagship iPhone models – the large format (6.5” display) iPhone 11 Pro Max and the smaller (5.8” display) iPhone 11 Pro, as well as the iPhone 11 (a lower-end version). All the latest iPhones were released towards the end of the same month, and represented the 13th generation of the popular smartphone dynasty. The iPhone 11 Pro Max was successor to the 2018 iPhone XS Max, and boasted the latest Apple A13 Bionic chip, plus a considerable increase in battery life (up to 5 hours longer) over the previous model.
There were a number of ‘firsts’ associated with the iPhone 11 Pro Max (and the iPhone 11 Pro), starting with the name. The term ‘pro’ has always been associate with larger devices such as iPads, so this was the first time it had been applied to an iPhone. The next advance was the rear camera system, which had been changed to a triple-lens system, giving an improvement in image quality and capability that delighted serious iPhone photography fans. There were criticisms – some claimed the lenses made the new design unappealing, and others claimed that the iPhone was too thick, but it was generally positively received. Next came the inclusion of a Lightning to USB-C cable (for connection to Mac computers) and a fast (18W) charger in the box. Last but not least, a new case colour, logo and texture – the introduction of ‘Midnight Green’, a simplified Apple logo and a frosted matt finish for the rear case.
At the time of release, the iPhone 11 Pro Max was the highest-priced iPhone ever produced, and therefore a big investment. Owning one, and being the envy of your friends, is all well and good, but you need to be careful when handling these large format iPhones, as they are hard to keep hold of, easy to drop, and therefore liable to get damaged. They have glass front and back, and there is a triple-lens rear camera system – it all adds up to lots of opportunities for something to go wrong. If disaster strikes, don’t delay, get in touch with your nearest iTechnician – they are Apple repair experts, and offer rapid on-demand iPhone 11 Pro Max repairs at competitive prices. With repair centres available all across the UK, you can call out the iTech to your workplace or home, or call in to your nearest iTechnician repair centre. Whichever method you choose, you will get the same high standard of repair services, and they will quickly get your precious iPhone 11 Pro Max back into full working order.
iPhone 11 Pro Max repair costs vary and are constantly changing. We will keep updating this page so you can get an idea on what you should be paying for repairs in your area.