iPhone 13 Pro Max Display
The iPhone 13 Pro Max has many state-of-the-art display enhancements, features and functions. It sets multiple new DisplayMate Lab Performance Records.
It has a 6.7 inch large high resolution lcd. It has a very high peak brightness and a low screen reflectance. It has very good color accuracy with 0.5 JNCD for both sRGB and DCI-P3 colors.
2.8K High Resolution Full HD+
The new iPhone 13 Pro Max has a large 6.7 inch Full Screen display that covers almost all of the front surface of the phone from edge-to-edge. It has a resolution of 2778×1284 pixels and a PPI of 458 Pixels per Inch.
The high resolution results in a very sharp and clear image. The display also has a high peak brightness of over 1,000 nits for bright sunlight viewing.
The OLED display is very responsive to user input with fast reaction times. This makes it ideal for mobile gaming with fast and fluid graphics. The display also offers HDR video support for the best possible contrast and color performance. It also supports the Apple True Tone feature that automatically adjusts the white balance of the display based on ambient light. The iPhone 13 Pro Max has a higher 120 Hz Refresh Rate that increases the number of frames that are displayed each second for smoother motion and better clarity. It also has a 25% better Display Power Efficiency for longer running time on battery.
Higher 120 Hz Refresh Rate
Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro and Max models feature a 120Hz high refresh rate ProMotion display that makes iphone 13 pro max lcd the interface and mobile games look smoother. This is a welcome addition for iOS users, but it does draw more power and drains the battery quicker than 60Hz screens.
The screen can switch to a lower refresh rate of 10 Hz for static image and picture content, and it can ramp up to 120 Hz when the user scrolls with their finger or swipes the screen. This adaptive refresh rate technology helps explain why the iPhone 13 Pro and Max have such outstanding battery life, especially when compared to Android flagship phones with fixed high refresh rates.
The OLED iPhone 13 Pro Max displays also exhibit very small to medium brightening and darkening variations with viewing angle compared to LCDs, which is a key advantage of OLED technology for Single Viewer Smartphones.
High Dynamic Range (HDR)
The OLED display on the iPhone 13 Pro Max provides Mobile HDR, enabling it to display High Dynamic Range video content and HDR Camera Photos. Mobile HDR requires a dual combination of very high Screen Brightness and low Screen Reflectance, both of which the iPhone 13 Pro Max delivers exceptionally well.
The High Ambient Light Contrast Rating that we measure for the iPhone 13 Pro Max is very high, among the highest that we have ever measured on a smartphone. This is a direct result of the high Peak Brightness and the extremely low Screen Reflectance of the OLED display.
We tested the iPhone 13 Pro Max with the Smart HDR feature turned off, and found that the display was not exposing correctly in some situations (such as dark skies). If you want to use this mode, be sure to set your phone up so that it saves a non-HDR version of the photo, by going to Settings > Camera, and turning off Keep Normal Photo.
Night Shift Mode
It’s widely believed that staring at a blue screen before bedtime is bad for your eyes and makes it harder to fall asleep because it delays the secretion of melatonin. To combat this, Apple introduced Night Shift mode in iOS devices in 2016 to reduce blue light emission at sunset. Android phone makers soon followed with similar features.
The feature uses a device’s clock and geolocation to determine when it is sunset. Then it automatically adjusts the display’s colors to a warmer hue. It also shifts the white point down to a warm 2,740 K setting.
If you want to go a step further with your iPhone 13 Pro Max’s display and limit even more blue light emissions, iphone 13 pro max lcd check out the True Tone Display option in Settings. This will give the display a more amber hue that isn’t as eye straining. It’s a great solution to help you fall asleep faster and better.
Adaptive Brightness on the iphone 13 pro max is designed to save battery power and reduce eye strain by automatically changing the screen brightness according to the ambient light. However, it’s not always a useful feature and can be annoying to many users. To disable Auto-Brightness, go to Settings and toggle it off.
Besides the higher maximum display brightness, the iPhone 13 Pro Max is also more readable in sunlight, all while maintaining a natural-looking color rendering. Moreover, the screen is very responsive to user input and is able to maintain an accurate white point even with a large viewing angle.
Another impressive feature is the high Intensity Scale with a Gamma of 2.21. This is very close to the Intensity Scale Standard and allows for a very high level of visual accuracy. You can adjust the brightness by using the slider in the Control Center or by swiping on the screen to brighten it or darken it.
The iPhone 13 Pro Max display is one of the brightest smartphone displays on the market. Its peak standard gamut brightness of 2307 nits is higher than any other smartphone display, and its peak wide gamut brightness is even more impressive.
The Screen Brightness and Display Contrast Ratings on the iPhone 13 Pro Max are among the best we have ever measured for a Smartphone, with a contrast ratio of up to 231 (compared to the 216 on the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G (Snapdragon)). The impressive Peak Luminance also makes it easy to see content in ambient light, no matter what the viewing angle.
Moving objects appear sharp in videos, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max does a much better job than the iPhone 12 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G (Snapdragon) of handling aliasing. The DisplayMate Color Accuracy is Visually Indistinguishable from Perfect, and the color palette is more natural and accurate than any other Smartphone display.