Every phone seems to have pro, max, super, ultra, heroic, or God-like attached to it. That’s all well and good, but these words start to lose their significance once they’re on every device. It’s important to look at the actual stats and not focus on the names.
For example, the iPhone XS Max and the iPhone 11 Pro Max both have fancy names, but what’s the difference between them? Let’s find out!
Picking the colour of your phone is always a fun part of picking your phone. You can always get a case though, so don’t make it the final straw!
Size-wise, these two phones are the same. They both have a 6.5” True Tone, wide colour display. That’s where the similarities end, though.
The camera features are what really set these two phones apart. Both will take great pictures, but the iPhone 11 Pro Max outshines the XS Max.
Both devices have what are considered to be top-end chips and engines, but the iPhone 11 Pro Max once again edges out the iPhone XS Max. The XS Max has the A12 Bionic chip with a second-generation Neural Engine, while the 11 Pro Max has the A13 Bionic chip with a third-generation Neural Engine.
Both devices support Qi wireless charging, and that’s more or less where the similarities end.
It’s not a great idea to go swimming with your phone, but if you happen to get caught in the rain, pushed into a pool, or drop the phone into the toilet (ew), both of these devices will survive.
Here’s an easy one—both of these phones are available in the following capacities: 64GB, 256GB, 512GB.
If you’re looking for the best possible phone of the two, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is the way to go. That being said, the XS Max is still an elite phone and will keep you satisfied for a long time.