7 Reasons Not to Buy iPhone 15 Pro Max, Seriously!

The Base Storage Is Still 128 GB

The iPhone 15 Pro, featuring a 48MP camera capable of capturing ProRAW images and 4K/60FPS ProRes video, has a storage capacity of 128GB, making it insufficient for professional use.

The Color Options Aren't Great

The iPhone 15 Pro is available in four subdued colors: Natural Titanium, Blue Titanium, White Titanium, and Black Titanium, contrasting with the more vibrant Sierra Blue and Deep Purple options.

The Standard iPhone 15 Offers Good Value

The iPhone 15 has been upgraded with a 48MP main camera, Dynamic Island cutout, and a display capable of up to 2,000 nits of brightness, making it a more affordable option than the iPhone 15 Pro.

Your Current Phone Is Probably Still Good Enough

iPhones are durable and offer extensive software support, with Apple providing major iOS updates for at least five years. If you have a recent iPhone, you don't need to upgrade to the iPhone 15 Pro, as your current phone is sufficient.

Where's the always-on display?

The iPhone 15 Pro lacks an always-on display feature, which allows users to set up a darkened lock screen when asleep, preventing users from adjusting widgets, time, or lock screen wallpaper. 

Last year's silicon is back

The A16 Bionic chipset in the iPhone 15 is top-performing, but competition is catching up. Snapdragon 8 Gen 2-powered devices have already outperformed the iPhone 14 Pro in graphics tests.

No charging speed improvement

The iPhone 15 Pro offers faster data transfer speeds, while the 15 charges at 20W, similar to previous iPhones.