The iPhone 14 Pro Max will have 20% smaller bezels around the display, according to the recently released CAD.
The CAD offer, shared by the Twitter account “ShrimpApplePro,” features the design of the iPhone 14 Pro Max which closely matches other images and ratings from 91Mobiles and Max Weinbach. Similar to the previous offer, the most notable changes include a mid-range tablet and a front-facing camera that looks True Depth depth in the notch area and a larger rear camera loop, but otherwise the design looks very similar to the iPhone. 12 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro. The offer is accompanied by a range of specific dimensions of different parts of the device.
The bezels of the iPhone 14 Pro Max are reported to be 1.95mm thick, a slight decrease compared to the bezels of the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s 2.42mm. One reason for reduced bezels would be to create more space between the device’s upper bezel and over the new pill and hole-punch cut. With these reduced bezels, the top of the cutouts is said to remain 2.29mm below the display bezel.
The extent to which reduced bezels will have a significant impact on the front of the device is questionable. Last year, users debated whether there was a difference between the size of the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 13’s bezel, but measurements taken by Quinn Nelson suggest that the bezels around the iPhone 13 are actually larger than the bezels around the iPhone 12, so -ke. it would not make sense for Apple to slightly change the thickness of its bezels even on devices that appear to have the same display size.
However, the iPhone 14 Pro Max 20 percent reduction may be more noticeable than any change between the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 models, but it is important to note that these measurements do not include the 1.15mm thickness of the stainless steel frame. sitting next to the display, which can make the transition look very difficult. The reduced bezels are also too small to change the size of Apple’s 6.7-inch market screen, or the actual display area is actually large.