iPhone 13 Pro Max Display
The iPhone 13 Pro Max is a very high quality Display Smartphone with excellent Absolute Color Accuracy that is Visually Indistinguishable from Perfect. It also has very good Power Efficiency for a display and delivers higher Peak Brightness than most competing smartphones.
It has many other important State-of-the-Art Display Performance Features, Functions and Record Setting Qualities. See the Display Shoot-Out Comparison Table and the Display Assessments section for details.
2.8K High Resolution
The iPhone 13 Pro Max has a large 6.7 inch Full Screen display that covers almost the entire front of the device. This display is a High Resolution 2.8K display with a pixel density of 458 PPI. It has a Diamond Pixel layout and Sub-Pixel Rendering that provides enhanced sharpness and higher Peak Brightness. This display appears perfectly sharp to normal 20/20 Vision at typical Smartphone viewing distances so it does not look blurry or pixelated.
The display is also very Power Efficient and has a low Delta-E score of less than 2. This means that the display can produce accurate colors with very little power use. The display also has a wider Color Gamut covering more of both the sRGB and DCI-P3 color spaces. The display also has very Small Color Shifts with Viewing Angle and can be used with Polarized Sunglasses.
This year the iPhone Pro Max has a new ProMotion Display Technology that adds an adaptive refresh rate up to 120Hz. This can improve image scrolling and videos as well as gaming performance in apps. It can also reduce screen flicker that some people experience. The ProMotion Display is a major improvement over last year’s iPhone XS and XR. It has a much higher Full Screen Brightness of 1,050 nits at 100% APL for excellent visibility in bright ambient light.
Higher 120 Hz Refresh Rate
The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max are Apple’s first smartphones with a higher 120Hz refresh rate. This improves image scrolling and video playback and also helps mobile gaming performance and reduces screen flicker. But it comes at a price – higher refresh rates drain the battery much faster. So if you want to maximize your battery running time, you can disable the 120Hz display feature on your iPhone 13 Pro or Pro Max by going to Settings and tapping on “Limit Framerate” under the Vision category.
The IPS OLED display in the iPhone 13 Pro Max delivers high quality color and contrast with a wide DCI-P3 Color Gamut, excellent Black Levels and Visibility in iphone 13 pro max lcd Ambient Light. The pixel density is quite high resulting in record High Peak Brightness of 1,050 nits for 100% APL. The display has a unique Diamond Sub-Pixel layout that results in significantly improved sharpness and higher peak luminance over other OLED displays. The iPhone 13 Pro Max display also features a very large and uniform Viewing Angle range with small to moderate Color Shifts and Intensity Shifts that are much smaller than the best LCD displays.
The display performs very well with a wide variety of image content and is highly rated in all the DisplayMate Lab Tests. It achieves Top Tier (A+) Ratings in all the DisplayMate Mobile Color Accuracy and Color Spectrum categories.
High Dynamic Range Mobile HDR
The iPhone 13 Pro Max display is a state-of-the-art Mobile HDR display, supporting the HDR formats of both Dolby Vision and HDR10. The display can automatically switch to either format for image content on your phone, and it does so without any noticeable compromise in picture quality. The display supports a wider color gamut than standard LCD displays, and it is able to render much more detail in the darkest areas of the image.
When enabled in the Camera app, HDR takes several photos at different exposures and then combines them to produce a single photo with higher dynamic range, showing more detail in highlights and shadows than normal. You can enable HDR for both the front and rear cameras by tapping the HDR icon in the Camera app.
OLED displays have smaller Color Shifts with Viewing Angle than most LCDs (except for IPS and FFS based LCDs), and the iPhone 13 Pro iphone 13 pro max lcd Max has a very small 24 percent Color Shift at 30 degrees, which is unlikely to be visible to most users in real-world use.
The iPhone 13 Pro Max has a very high Contrast Rating for High Ambient Light, which quantifies the level of screen visibility and image contrast under bright ambient lighting conditions. This is the highest Contrast Rating that we have ever measured on a Smartphone, and it provides a significantly better viewing experience than traditional LCD devices. The iPhone 13 Pro Max also has a very low Brightness Shift with Viewing Angle, which measures the amount that the display brightness decreases with an increase in the viewing angle.
Night Shift Mode
Studies have shown that exposure to electronic device screens before bed can affect how well you sleep. To help combat this, Apple includes a Night Shift Mode on their mobile devices that limits the amount of blue light emitted from the display. Night Shift can be activated manually or scheduled and automatically based on the current time of day in Settings > Display & Brightness > Night Shift.
This feature uses the screen’s sensors to detect ambient light and change the color of the display to a warmer amber tone that is less stimulating to the eyes. The display also adjusts to reduce the brightness of the display and this combined feature helps to mitigate the negative effects that excessive blue light can have on sleep.
The iPhone 13 Pro Max display has a very high DisplayMate Contrast Rating for High Ambient Light of up to 231 which is the highest that we have ever measured on a Smartphone. The DisplayMate Low Ambient Light Calibration provides excellent image contrast in ambient light conditions and the OLED Display spectra have narrow peak heights that produce good colors without being over-saturated.
OLED displays exhibit significantly smaller Color Shifts with Viewing Angle than LCDs and the iPhone 13 Pro Max display is no exception. When the display is viewed from an angle of 30 degrees or more the White Point Color Shift is only 3.1 JNCD which is unlikely to be noticeable for most viewers.