The iPhone 14 Pro Max will have 20 percent smaller bezels around the screen, according to newly shared CAD designs.

iphone 14 pro max edge rendering
CAD, shared by the “ShrimpApplePro” Twitter account, shows a design of the ‌iPhone 14 Pro‌ Max generally in line with other illustrations and measurements from 91 mobiles and Max Weinbach. Like these previous offerings, the most obvious changes include a center dial, a hole-punch front True Depth camera array, and a larger rear camera, but other than that the design appears to be very similar to the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro. Accompanying the displays is a set of specific measurements of different aspects of the device.

The edges of the iPhone 14 Pro‌ Max are said to be 1.95mm thick, which is a moderate reduction compared to the iPhone 13 Pro‌ Max’s 2.42mm bezels. One reason for the lower bezels could be more space between the device’s top bezel and the top of the new bead and hole punches. With these reduced bezels, the top of the notches should be 2.29mm below the top edge of the screen.

Just how noticeably low bezels affect the front of the device is questionable. Last year, users debated whether there was a difference between the iPhone 12‌ and iPhone 13‌ edge sizes, but Measurements taken by Quinn Nelson It suggests that the edges around the iPhone 13‌ are actually slightly larger than the edges around the iPhone 12‌, so it wouldn’t be unheard of for Apple to slightly change the thickness of the edges even on devices that ostensibly have the same display sizes.

However, the 20 percent reduction on the iPhone 14 Pro‌ Max is likely to be more noticeable than any change between the ‌iPhone 12‌ and ‌iPhone 13‌ models, but it’s worth noting that these measurements don’t include the 1.15mm thickness of the stainless steel frame sitting around screen, which may make the change appear less drastic. It’s also possible that the tiny bezels are too small to alter the size of Apple’s marketed 6.7-inch screen, even if the actual display area is actually larger.

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