Black Friday Sales: Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max at an Exciting Deal on Best Buy

Check it out. The Black Friday Sale is on and the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max is now available at an exciting deal at Best Buy. Don’t miss this deal.

About the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max

The Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max is powered by the brand’s own Apple A16 Bionic (4 nm) chipset. With a Hexa-core processor and a primary clock speed of 3.46 GHz.

The smartphone operates on iOS 16 which can be upgraded to iOS 16.1. It also has an Apple GPU (5-core graphics) GPU.

The Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max features a 6.7-inch LTPO Super Retina XDR OLED display with a screen resolution of 1290 x 2796 pixels and a refresh rate of 120Hz. It is also protected with a Ceramic Shield glass.

The phone has a triple camera setup on the rear with a 48MP wide camera, a 12MP telephoto camera, and a 12MP ultra-wide camera. It also has a front camera of 12MP.

Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max has face ID protection, an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a proximity sensor, a compass, and a barometer. It also has ultra-wideband (UWB) support.

The device has a battery backup of 4323 mAh which has a fast charge that can charge upto 50% in 30mins. It also supports a 15W MagSafe wireless charging and a 7.5W Qi wireless fast charge.

The Offer on Best Buy

As part of the Black Friday Sales, the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max can be bought at a price of $1139.99. There are also many EMI options provided with the smartphone. EMI options start at $27.77 a month.

Apple Care+ Theft and Loss protection along with Apple Care+ protection can be bought for a much better price.

You can also buy the Best Buy Total tech protection along with the smartphone, which starts at $199.99.

Don’t miss this amazing deal.


Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Image Source: Best Buy


Disclaimer: The article published was based on the details given on Best Buy. The Tech Outlook won’t be responsible for any issues regarding the purchase of the product.


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