iPhone 14 Pro Max Design Schematics Reveals Bigger Cameras

iPhone 14 Pro Concept Renderings

iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max Design Schematics

Although the iPhone has declined change in appearance and design in the past few years, the influence is still there, the industry’s for the new iPhone 14 Series of rumors are also emerging.

Following the previous reveal, recently Max Weinbach shared the latest iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max design schematics, and the diagram gives detailed parameter information between different positions, all of which show that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 14 Pro series may have a more prominent camera and a thicker appearance.

iPhone 14 Pro design schematics
iPhone 14 Pro Max design schematics

From the schematic, the iPhone 14 Pro Max is 77.58mm wide, slightly smaller than the iPhone 13 Pro Max at 78.1mm. The height is almost the same as the 13 Pro Max, they are 160.7mm and 160.8mm respectively.

In terms of thickness, the iPhone 14 Pro Max is 7.85 mm thicker than the current iPhone, which is only 7.65 mm thick. And with camera bump, iPhone 14 Pro and Max thickness reaches 12.02mm.

In addition, the new iPhone 14 series will continue to increase in the rear lens module area, Digital Chat Station also brought a similar revelation, he said that the iPhone 14 Pro series will have a lens module horizontal area of more than 1/2 of the body, which means that the new machine will have a qualitative improvement in the camera department.

On the front screen, the iPhone 14 Pro and Max as rumored to use the exclamation point type front lens + Face ID design, although the first look is extremely uncomfortable, I guess in a short time someone will start praising that it looks good, just like the initial iPhone X vertical lens.

Configuration, according to previously well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has said that only the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have the A16 Bionic chip, while the remaining two iPhone 14 will continue to use the A15 chip.

Source 1, Source 2, Concept Renderings by Aaple_Lab

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