An array of new iPhone models, a brand-new year, and a ton of rumors before their September debut. Every year, this plotline unfolds as if by magic. Nothing has changed this year. Following the early rumors that implied the obvious: a Bionic A17 CPU, greater effectiveness, and enhanced performance. According to credible industry source Ice Universe, the next iPhone 15 Pro Max (or iPhone 15 Ultra) has been revealed in terms of its overall design.
iPhone 15 Pro Max Renders Reveal
Several intriguing features regarding the much-awaited iPhone 15 model are detailed in the sneak look posted by Ice Universe on Twitter. At first sight, the design doesn’t seem to vary much from the predecessor, but upon closer inspection, it becomes clear that the phones share Dynamic Island and triple camera settings on the back, as well as a trimmed bezel and somewhat thicker form factor.
In the past, Ice Universe has a solid track record of accurately reporting information on Apple’s goods. This is a crucial factor to take into account when evaluating the claim that the iPhone 15 Pro Max has a thinner bezel than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The iPhone 15 Pro Max would measure 159.86 mm 76.73 mm 8.25 mm with its “Titanium alloy central frame” and gently curved edges, according to the Tweet. The overall thickness will rise to 11. 84 mm when the camera bump is included. In general, this is just a little different from the previous, however, based on numbers, the camera bump thickness has been decreased by over 15%. According to these measurements, the iPhone 15 Pro Max would fit a flusher on a table more than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The leaked drawings also show two other important design changes that may be incorporated into the upcoming iPhone. For example, the device has Type-C charging choices (a possibility advocates have long thrown out the window claiming Apple will stick with a lightning port). Other than that, physical buttons might not be present on the upcoming iPhone model.
The majority of additional rumors support this fact. The volume and power buttons on this year’s iPhone models could have a solid-state construction, according to rumors. This is comparable to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8’s home buttons, which don’t really move but simulate being pressed. The thickness of the camera module will shift, adding cosmetically to the otherwise premium appearance, but only time will tell how it will truly pan.