iPhone 14 ProMax leak render provides measurement details

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iPhone 14 ProMax CAD rendering leaked

Apple seems to launch the next-generation iPhone 14 series later this year, and rumors have spread recently. After the leaked rendering of the iPhone 14 Pro last month, there are some official CAD renderings of the Pro Max model to take a closer look at the form factor. In addition, the camera details of the device have been leaked. Let’s check it out now.

iPhone14 CAD rendering leaked

The latest iPhone 14 Pro Max CAD rendering comes from the reputable Tarekomi ShrimpApplePro I recently visited Twitter to share some images of the device and measurement details. According to the latest schematics on the iPhone 14 Pro Max, this replaces the infamous notch with a “hole + pill” design. This has also been repeatedly chipped before.

A tipster revealed that the pill-shaped notch had a width of 7.15 mm and a hole diameter of 5.59 mm.This device is said to have a higher screen-to-body ratio than the current iPhone 13 Pro Max, thanks to it. Small 1.95mm bezel around the display.. For those who don’t know, the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a 2.42mm wide bezel.

again, iPhone 14 Pro Max will be thicker than the current flagship iPhone model Because it increased 12.16 mm depth, Including camera bumps. This is a result of the thicker camera module, which has increased from 3.60mm on the iPhone 13 Pro Max to 4.18mm on the next model.

48MP primary lens is a hint again

The thicker camera bumps are said to be primarily due to the larger 48MP camera with a 7P lens that replaces the current 12MP primary rear camera. According to another report on Weibo, The iPhone 14 Pro Max comes with a 1.22 micron pixel 1 / 1.3 inch sensor.. For reference, the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s 12MP camera comes with a 1 / 1.65 inch sensor with 1.9 micron pixels. Moreover, Apple reportedly uses pixel binning technology For better low light photography.

Except for these, previous rumors suggest that all iPhone 14 models come with a 120Hz ProMotion display and upgraded RAM. However, prominent Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reports that only the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will be powered by Apple’s next A16 Bionic chipset. Low-end models, perhaps the standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, will have the current A15 Bionic processor.

Apple plans to release the iPhone 14 series later this year. Probably released in September. Until then, stay tuned for future updates. Let us know what you think about the iPhone 14 series in the comments section below.

Featured images courtesy of: ShrimpApplePro (Twitter)