There have been a few tweaks to iPhones in order to incorporate USB-C capabilities as well as a few of additional features. While some of these technologies have gained the necessary traction, many others have proven to be a complete failure. A Chinese inventor who was first discovered on Douyin (TikTok in other parts of the world) has now been added to the growing list of computer nerds who have made tweaks to the Apple iPhone. This bespoke iPhone 13 Pro Max features a USB Type-C connector, a 3.5mm headphone input, a longer battery life, and two cooling fans thanks to the work of his team. iPhone 13 Pro Max Ultra (iPhone 13 Pro Max)
Unconfirmed reports have emerged of a YouTuber who has attempted to integrate a USB-C connector inside the iPhone X, however it is unclear how effective this has been so far. The updated iPhone 13 Pro Max is significantly thicker than the original model, which is reflected in the inclusion of the Ultra moniker in its designation. It contains an extra battery, two cooling fans, as well as the previously stated USB port and audio jack, among other features. While the larger battery more than doubles the total battery life of the smartphone, AnTuTu benchmarks have also revealed improved performance as a result of the bigger battery. Probably as a result of the better cooling system in the gadget, which allows the installed chipset to work to its maximum potential.
To put it another way, we might argue that the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s enhanced design could be further fine-tuned to smooth out the rough edges. However, the model is a great achievement by its creators, despite these shortcomings. Individual iPhone 13 Pro Max users will have a tough time replicating the achievement accomplished by the owners of this design, but the demand for the technology may spur the development and scale of this breakthrough. According to Apple, there has been no official remark on the subject to far.