Check Out iPhone 15 Pro Max’s Curved Bezels That Match Apple Watch A Lot

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You just can’t wait to see the iPhone 15 Pro series, and you’ve started to rely on leaks? Well, lucky for you we have fresh leaks that stir quite the buzz about the iPhone 15 Pro Max’s bezels. And that’s hot!

Based on the latest leaks, the next iPhone 15 Pro series may have the smallest bezels ever seen on an iPhone. How small do you wonder? Actually, the bezels on the iPhone 15 Pro Max are anticipated to be thinner than those on the current iPhone 14 Pro Max, which currently holds the record for the thinnest bezels at just 1.81mm. And such a thing comes from a reliable source, Ice Universe, that also shared a photo of the iPhone 15 Pro Max’s screen protector. Check it out:

Notably, the iPhone 15 Pro Max appears to feature lovely, thin bezels based on the screen protector that Ice Universe provided along with a rendering of what the smartphone will look like. Quite impressive and bold, we could dare to say! Another reputable leaker, ShrimpApplePro, claimed that the new device would have curved bezels for an Apple Watch-like appearance. Could you see that on an iPhone, because we bet it would look really cool.

FUN FACT: iPhone 14 Pro Max is currently holding the record for the thinnest bezels at just 1.81mm!

The iPhone 15 Pro Max is anticipated to include a number of upgrades over its predecessor, because let’s face it, the narrow bezels alone could not actually make it a top flagship, right?!

What are your thoughts so far about the next-gen iPhone 15 series? Would you the upgrade this year?

iPhone 15 Pro Max may also include a major 48MP primary camera, which would be more powerful than even the top Android camera phones currently available (could that actually be possible?!), based on previous rumors. A periscope camera is also quite likely to be included in the Pro Max, giving us the chance to shoot even more sophisticated photos.

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