Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 15 Pro Max later this year and a new report claims that it’ll have thinner bezels than previous models.
In fact, the report claims that the bezels will be so thin that they’ll be the thinnest ever recorded on a phone.
That’s according to Twitter leaker IceUniverse who has shared plenty of things in the past. According to them the iPhone 15 Pro Max will “break the record” of the bezels offered by the Xiaomi 13.
While the tweet mentions the Xiaomi 13’s 1.81mm bezels, the phone does actually have 1.61mm bezels everywhere other than its chin. Still, even when taking that into account the rumored 1.55mm bezels of the iPhone 15 Pro Max will still beat it handsomely.
For comparison, the iPhone 14 Pro’s bezels come in at a relatively chunky 2.17mm.
iPhone 15 Pro Max will break the record of 1.81mm bezel black edge held by Xiaomi 13, and we measure that its cover plate black bezel width is only 1.55 mm.（S22 and S23 ≈1.95mm，iPhone 14 Pro 2.17mm） pic.twitter.com/9TBrVCGSCo
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) March 17, 2023
It isn’t clear if the iPhone 15 Pro model will also benefit from such slim bezels, but we don’t expect the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus to follow suit.
Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max during an event in September 2023. All o the new phones will then likely go on sale around ten days later.
All of Apple’s 2023 iPhones are expected to move to USB-C for charging and data transfer, replacing the Lightning connector that has been in place for more than a decade at this point.
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