Ice Universe: iPhone 15 Pro Max will set a new benchmark for thin bezels
East ice universe obsessed with bezel thickness? Yes, but we don’t mind – The Cat reports that the upcoming Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max will set a new record in this regard.
The black border around the screen of the new flagship will measure just 1.55mm, well below the 2.17mm of the current iPhone 14 Pro Max. The current record is held by the Xiaomi 13 with a thickness of 1.81mm. For comparison, the Galaxy 22 and S23 bezels are around 1.95mm.
The glass panels of the iPhone 15 series were shown on video a few weeks ago. The person handling the panels reported that the bezels on the Pro models are thinner than those on the vanilla phone (but that’s relative, so maybe the vanilla phones have thinner bezels as well).
iPhone 15 series glass panels will have thinner bezels
The Pro Max model won’t be alone, CAD renders also show thinner bezels on the smaller iPhone 15 Pro. Both phones will use the so-called “Dynamic Island” design with a centered pill-shaped punch hole.
We also saw CAD renders for the vanilla iPhone 15 and 15 Plus. They will also switch to the Dynamic Island design, but ProMotion will remain pro-exclusive, meaning the vanilla models will still have 60Hz screens.
One major change is coming to all iPhone 15 models – the USB-C port. That and later this year.
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