iPhone 14: New rumors point to a reduction in frames.

According to new rumors based on leaked AutoCAD renders, the iPhone 14, in its Pro Max model could reach up to 20% in the reduction of frames which would make the front of the device have (even) more screen.

The latest AutoCAD renders have been shared via the “ShrimpApplePro” Twitter account and show a design of the iPhone 14 Pro Max in line with the rest of the previous leaks where he already retired notch and the two new holes appeared on the screen for the camera and the FaceID True Depth module. He also highlights the "hump" of the cameras, which would be increased again despite being a similar design to the iPhone 12 and 13 Pro.

The frames of this iPhone 14 Pro Max would be 1,95mm thick, which is a reduction in what we already have on the iPhone 13 Pro Max (2,42mm). One of the reasons for this reduction in frames could be related to the distance that Apple would like to leave between the aforementioned new holes in the screen and the frame itself, thus leaving 2,29mm between the frame and the sensors.

However, this reduction of frames would not have a great impact on the front of the screen visually. Last year the debate arose among users about the difference in frames between the iPhone 12 Pro and 13 Pro, where according to the measurements made by Quinn Nelson, it was indicated that the frames of the iPhone 13 Pro were slightly thicker than those of the iPhone 12 Pro, so Apple could have listened to users to do everything possible to reduce these frames.

However, a 20% reduction in bezels is sure to make a more noticeable change than between last year's 12 Pro and 13 Pro displays. On the other hand, we must take into account that The thickness of the stainless steel on the edge of the device, which reaches 1,15mm, is not counted in this measurement.

There are many rumors that await us between now and the almost guaranteed date of September in which the iPhone 14 comes out, but when the river sounds… Probably the elimination of the notch and the reduction of frames will be one of the main features of this year's model.However, until September we will not be able to confirm these.

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