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Friday, October 11

How to pick a service provider (or not) for purchasing a new iPhone 11 Pro Max | or a 2019 model iPad (Pro, or other version iPad OS device).

I stopped in to The Grove in the trendy and entertainment-industry luxe and plush young lifestyle Los Angeles locale around Park La Brea and the Miracle Mile Wilshire District and LACMA | Tar Pits. 


The thing that really had me awestruck about the outing was my encounter with the iPhone 11 Pro “Max,” which I hadn’t been aware of, prior to showing up at the Apple Store, in and of itself. It seemed to have slipped my awareness in the course of reveling in news about iPad OS for having purchased a 6th generation iPad ver. 7,5 (2018), myself, last month. 


The difference between the iPhone 11 Pro Max and the iPhone 11 Pro is the screen size; 6.5 in. versus 5.9 with the iPhone 11 Pro. Since I had side-by-side options between the related iPhone models at the table featuring these latest release devices, I checked out the iPhone 11 Pro Max version, just to dream a bit and to check out the much-touted three-component high-end camera-trois view-frame compositing with the new “Pro” model high(er)-resolution display [whereas I had been left (previously) thinking that “Pro” would have been good enough, let alone a Pro Max version - now, an even larger display. 

The functional screen-compositing foray of feature-newish-ness, as for what can be said about the Camera app “quick take” of a user experience inquiry that I had on the device is that it could be likened to the earlier days of the NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500 days, back in the turn of the millenium, on the PowerPC Mac G5s, of which the $1500 video card upgrade was the top-of-the-line upgrade of the pro-series Apple desktops, back then. The higher-end Quadro FX video cards were well-known for their increased pipeline floating-dot ray-tracing of independent objects, and more resolutely independent disparate object lighting and vector-tracing | shading, such that could be represented by the old fireworks screensaver or benchmarking video card system performance tester apps. The higher end graphics cards rendered the fireworks and the after-effects of the flares burning out, beams of flares shooting out, independently, and as designed, by the fireworks manufacturers, imaginably. Such is the feature benefit seen in the triple camera component of the iPhone 11 Pro Max.

While it’s an exciting and compelling tool, undoubtedly; I imagine that finding a sound and rational basis for utilizing the iPhone 11 Pro or Pro Max version might seem scant, yet the introduction of the ARkit features, as represented by the Reality Composer app, which is a latest release from Apple for iOS and iPad OS devices, securing a user-basis founded on augmented reality, Physical Internet of Things displays and exhibitions (Geo-Info-Spatial | GIS entries), iBeacons (which still have much to be discovered for the casual mobile device user and proximity-marketing outgoing-explorer consumer, having been introduced to the public in Apple’s 2013 WWDC talks).

More and more apps are allowing for world-map entries of augmented reality placements and contributions to an at-large or social-networked set of included participants. 

That being said, it’s a touchy subject to go it as the top-tier buyer-in of a high-end Apple device; I, for one, had formerly been graced with a lease offer from my local Sprint store, yet I’d come to discover that I had ubiquitously strange encounters with strangers, as a backpacking outdoors-regular in my downtown urban metropolitan neighborhood locales and parks. Long story short, I’d been followed by people who were inevitably out for robbing me of my Apple devices, impossible as it is, regardless, to try and crack an owned Apple device, anyhow. 

Later on, with a month-to-month agreement with T-Mobile, I’d found myself somewhat forgetful, (it had seemed), yet also questionable (as it was, by my account, remembered) - there was some questionable basis on that I had paid for my monthly unlimited services, whereas obviously I would - it’s my iPad unlimited data high-speed access account due each month. The lesson from that one is - make sure that the payment occurs in reasonable accommodation to the coming and passing of payments received (monthly, as it were), in order to not get the device (yet again), stolen from me, as that strange people had been interested in me, with an iPad user outdoorsy identity | persona.

AT&T or Verizon? I can’t say, for myself, personally, but my stringent belief is that a significantly large proportion of user basis for these devices is welfare-bound, or some other debacle of user-crisis existentialism founded over the purchase and indulgence in; (of) a high-end Apple mobile user device life-lived client | persona “vertical pipelines” new- (no) “next” era user-base basis. 

If it could be afforded, buy it free and clear from Apple, or from one of the participating retail giants that are competing for those small, hard-earned margins-sales buyers who won’t, or don’t cause problems, or renege their valuation basis. 

I’ll be sure to cover more of the intricate essential elaborate user-lifestyle accomplishments that could be had by adopting an iOS device in to life lived, at hand, in this day and age. 


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