New CAD renders said to be of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 14 Pro Max shows a device with 20% smaller bezels around the device’s display.
Twitter account “ShrimpApplePro” shared the renders, which are said to show a design for the iPhone 14 Pro Max. As mentioned by MacRumors, the renders jibe well with other illustrations and measurements released by 91Mobiles and Max Weinbach.
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The most noticeable changes from the iPhone 13 Pro Max include a centered pill and hole-punch-shaped front-facing True Depth camera array in place of the notch and a larger rear camera bump.
A range of specific measurements for different aspects of the iPhone 14 Pro Max accompanied the renders. The device’s bezels will reportedly be 1.95mm thick, down from the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s 2.42mm bezels.
The reduced bezels could allow for more space between the top bezel of the device and the top of the new pill and hole-punch cutouts. With these reduced bezels, the top of the cutouts will purportedly sit 2.29mm below the top bezel of the display.