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All the rumours regarding the iPhone 14 series might have convinced us that the devices will get rid of the notch this time. However, not only that will change, it seems like Apple could reduce the size of the bezels, as new information claims that the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have 20% thinner bezels.
Newly shared computer-aided design (CAD) renders shared by the Twitter account ShrimpApplePro showcase the iPhone 14 Pro Max with a punch-hole cutout design one more time. The design is aligned with what we've seen from 91Mobiles and Max Weinbach. Besides the renders, there is also a range of specific measurements for different aspects of the device.
Deleted the last one because of wrong calculation.— ShrimpApplePro (@VNchocoTaco) April 4, 2022
That’s why you should double check everything. pic.twitter.com/OG7uO1FBxK
According to the measurements, the iPhone 14 Pro Max's bezels will reportedly be 1.95mm thick, a moderate reduction compared to the iPhone 13 Pro Max's 2.42mm bezels. Despite that, the source mentions that the change might not be drastically visible to the eyes as the measurement doesn't include the 1.15mm thickness of the stainless steel frame that sits around the display.
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