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iPhone 14 Pro Max: Camera dimensions and size revealed by a user

l’iPhone 14 Apple’s Pro Max is said to be the largest member of the iPhone 14 series, with a screen measuring 6.7 inches diagonally. While the screen is similar to its predecessor, the iPhone 13 Pro Max, other dimensions of the flagship device will be different, these paper drawings show.

The iPhone 14 Pro Max has a more powerful camera as it is equipped with a 48MP main sensor.

Two images uploaded to Baidu and shared by Twitter user ShrimpApplePro show the iPhone 14 Pro Max with a length of 160.71mm, which is not far from the iPhone 13 Pro Max, which measures 160.8mm. Despite its shorter length, the iPhone 14 Pro Max is said to have a slightly larger screen, and by removing the notch, users will be able to enjoy more screen real estate.

With the addition of the rear camera notch, the iPhone 14 Pro Max is 12.02mm thick, compared to 7.85mm without the module. Using basic math, the thickness of the rear camera bump comes in at 4.17mm, indicating that the cameras will get a significant boost. Evidence that the ‘Pro’ members of the iPhone 14 series will have larger rear sensors has previously been reported and has been spotted in fake models, case leaks and prints.

Those bigger rear cameras are likely due to the 48MP primary sensor upgrade expected to come to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Both devices may be the first iPhones to support 8K video recording, and given the differences in sensor sizes, it doesn’t look like the iPhone 13 Pro Max cases will be compatible with the upcoming flagship. , prospective customers are welcome to experiment. .

The front of the screen features a pill-shaped cutout, and a punch-hole is also visible, indicating that the iPhone 14 Pro family will no longer feature a notch, although Apple is expected to keep it for later releases. No Pro. Neither of the paper drawings revealed the upcoming handset’s construction materials, but a previous rumor suggested that Apple would switch to a titanium alloy chassis, ditching the use of stainless steel and glass.

Aside from camera dimensions and thickness, these paper drawings don’t reveal any other information, but as we get closer to the iPhone 14 launch, we’ll know more, so stay tuned. ask.

Information source: Baidu