Apple’s upcoming iPhone 15 Pro Max is the most awaited phone of the year with so many new features. The upcoming iPhone 15 Pro Max breaking records by offering the thinnest bezels. As compared to the current Android Flagships smartphone the iPhone 15 Pro Max is set to have Record Breaking feature.
Today I am explaining to you have upcoming iPhone 15 Pro Max bezels. You have to read this post till the end to know more about the iPhone 15 Pro Max bezels.
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Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max Display
Ice Universe the Popular leakster said on Twitter that iPhone 15 Pro Max will set a record by offering the thinnest bezels with a width of 1.55mm. iPhone 15 Pro will have thinner bezels but 15 Pro Max will have the thinnest bezels.
Currently, Xiaomi 13 held the record for the world’s thinnest bezel having 1.81mm but it is expected that the iPhone 15 Pro Max will break this record with a bezel width of 1.55mm. Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max has a thinner bezel as compared to the Xiaomi 13 Pro has 1.8mm bezels and Samsung Galaxy S23 has 1.95mm.
It has about 28% thinner bezel as compared to the iPhone 14 Pro Max which has 2.17mm bezels.
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Some rumors also suggest that the new iPhone 15 Pro Max could come with a titanium frame with curved edges and a smaller camera hump due to the presence of the periscope lens. The Recent leaked iPhone 15 Pro renders also hinted at a big camera bump.
But USB Type-C post is common in all leaks and rumors. It is expected that the USB Type-C will be in the non-pro models too. All models of the iPhone 15 series are expected to feature Dynamic Island with some upgrades.
It can be expected that the A17 Bionic chipset for the iPhone 15 Pros models and the A16 chipset for the iPhone 15 and the iPhone 15 Plus. It is also expected to see a price hike for the iPhone 15 Pro models for the first time since 2017.
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