iPhone 11 Pro Max Rated As Best Smartphone: Consumer Reports
Anita - Oct 09, 2019
Apple's new iPhones, though not much changed in terms of design and breakthrough technologies, are still highly rated by Consumer Reports.
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In the previous years, Samsung or Google always led the ranking in Consumer Report’s testing, but this year, Apple has taken the leading position for the first time in history. It is known that recently, Consumer Reports updated its rankings for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Apple's new iPhones, though not much changed in terms of design, as well as breakthrough technologies, are still highly rated by Consumer Reports.
As for the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, Consumer Reports has praised that their battery life has been significantly improved. In its testing, the organization said the iPhone 11 Pro Max can reach 40.5 hours of use, which is an extremely impressive figure compared to 29.5 hours of use of iPhone Xs Max. iPhone 11 Pro reaches 34 hours of use, while iPhone 11 is 27.5 hours.
Consumer Reports conducted a battery life test using a robotic finger, programmed to perform a series of tasks on the touch screen, which simulates a user's daily smartphone usage. This includes surfing webs, taking photos, navigation apps, playing games and making phone calls.
In addition, Consumer Reports also rated the camera quality of the new iPhone trio as excellent. While not going into details, Consumer Reports said that the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max gained the highest scores in the photography test. Meanwhile, the iPhone 11 also achieved impressive scores.
Finally, Consumer Reports rated the iPhone 11 Pro Max with a total score of 95, followed by the iPhone 11 Pro with 92 points, the iPhone 11 with 89 points and ranked 8th.
Below is the ranking of Consumer Reports in terms of battery life:
For further information, the California-based giant has consistently set high standards for the phone cameras. Accordingly, those on the iPhones 2019 have outperformed the predecessors. Also, the giant has added a shooter with an ultra-wide lens to its new devices, which is a feature already available on the Galaxy phones launched this year.