It has not been even a week since Apple revealed iPhone SE 2020, and we have started receiving information about the upcoming iPhone 12 series. This time the leak gives us a clear hint about the iPhone 12 Pro Max design that has some changes.
The leak was first posted by Youtube Channel EverythingApplePro, who collaborated with Max Weinbach for the video. In the video, they revealed the CAD renders of the iPhone 12 Max Pro, a 3D printed design model of the phone to help in comparison with the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
iPhone 12 Pro Max Design
In the video, we can notice that there are minor changes in the design of the iPhone 12 max pro as compared to its predecessor iPhone 11 Pro Max. We can see a significant reduction in the size of bezels, which are going to be 0.9mm thinner than those of the iPhone 11 Max Pro.
On the back panel, the size of the camera rack gets a little bigger than before, and it seems like there will be a quad sensor camera setup which is in the shape of a square, and the fourth sensor is said to be a LiDAR sensor to provide AR features.
The flash sensor is in the middle of the four sensors, and the square housing seems quite thicker than before. There are similarities between the design of the iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPad 2020 Pro considering its sharply rounded edges and a flatter screen.
Furthermore, the CAD render gives us an idea of how thick the iPhone 12 Pro Max will be, and a precise observation suggests that it will be 7.44mm thick, which is lesser than that of iPhone 11 Pro Max. The screen to body ratio of iPhone 12 is higher than its predecessor.