iPhone 14 Pro Max’s rear lenses noticeably protrude more than iPhone 13 Pro Max’s

The high-end models of the upcoming iPhone series will ship with improved rear camera system. Therefore, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will feature larger camera bumps and housing.

Apple leaker @Majin Bu shared comparison pictures of a dummy iPhone 14 Pro Max next to the current iPhone 13 Pro Max to show the noticeable difference in camera bumps and housing sizes of the two models uploaded by @lipilipsi.

iPhone 14 Pro Max

Another source confirms new display and rear camera design of the new iPhone 14 Pro Max

Reportedly, iPhone 14 Pro displays will be slightly larger than the current iPhone 13 Pro variants because of the new “Pill+hole” notch and thinner bezels. It is also said that upcoming Pro models will feature a 48MP camera with a 21% larger wide lens housed in a large camera module. And the new comparison photos illustrate the difference in sizes. 

iPhone 14 Pro Max

As seen in the video and uploaded images, the rims of the lenses are larger on the new iPhone 14 Pro Max, along with the camera housing. The source also re-confirmed that the new Pro models will have a new notch design with larger screen real-estate.

@lipilipsi also shared a video of the iPhone 14 box which appears to be much thicker than the current slim iPhone 13 box. Since Apple has removed the power adaptor and EarPods from the boxes, it does not make sense why would Apple ship iPhone 14 models in chunkier boxes. Therefore we ask our readers to take rumors with a pinch of salt.

Other sources claim that the only iPhone 14 Pro models will be powered by A16 Bionic chip built on an advanced 5nm process, feature an Always-On display, LPDDT5 memory and variable refresh rate. But Apple will upgrade the front camera, bump up to 6GB of RAM, and introduce a new purple color option across the series.

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