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The iPhone 14 Pro Max May Have A Noticeable Screen Change
New details from leaker ShrimpApplePro suggest that Apple will trim the wide boat-shaped notch (found on current-gen Apple smartphones) on the iPhone 14 Pro Max by a healthy margin. Additionally, the bezels on the new phone will allegedly be 21% slimmer than the ones on the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
While the black lines will be symmetrical alongside all edges, the gap between the pill-shaped cutout's upper edge and the top bezel is alleged to be 2.29 mm. The frame will reportedly be made out of stainless steel or titanium, and the camera lens rings will allegedly protrude, while the camera island itself is said to rise about 4.18 mm over the back glass.
The model will supposedly have a 48-megapixel primary camera, up from the 12-megapixel main snapper on its predecessor, while the sensor size will be bumped to 1/1.3 inches, up from the 1/1.65-inch sensor on the iPhone 13 Pro pair. While more light will allow for brighter photos, a smaller pixel size can be detrimental to details and allow noise to creep in.
Paired with up to 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM, the A16 chip will keep things running inside, with reports also claiming the real next-gen A-series will be called the A16 Pro, while the non-Pro iPhone 14 variants will get a rebadged A15 Bionic under the A16 moniker. The iPhone 14 Pro Max might have Apple's rumored car crash detection feature and skip the physical SIM slot for an eSIM-only system.