Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro Max: Thinner Bezels, 6x Zoom, and More!

Apple is expected to announce its latest lineup of iPhones in September of this year.[0] Among the expected models is the iPhone 15 Pro Max, which is said to feature the thinnest bezels of any smartphone ever made. Leaker Ice Universe recently claimed that the bezels on the Pro Max will measure a mere 1.55mm, considerably thinner than the 1.81mm bezels on the Xiaomi 13 Pro, or the 1.95mm and 2.17mm bezels on the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Apple's own iPhone 14 Pro, respectively.

The iPhone 15 Pro Max will also feature an upgraded camera system, with a periscope telephoto lens that can achieve a 6x optical zoom. This would be the first device produced by Apple to use a periscope telephoto lens. Other features expected to come with the Pro Max include a USB-C port, more RAM, an A17 Bionic chip, and WiFi 6E connectivity.

The bezel of the iPhone 15 Pro Max is said to be the thinnest ever on a smartphone, taking the title from the Xiaomi 13 Pro. It is said to have a slightly smaller camera bump than the iPhone 14 Pro and a deeper curve to its edges.[1] Apple is also perhaps transitioning to a titanium material instead of stainless steel.

In addition to the thinner bezel, the iPhone 15 Pro Max is expected to have curved edges, with the display continuing to be flat. It is also expected to be incompatible with iPhone 14 series cases.[2]

We won't know for sure until September, but if the rumors are to be believed, the iPhone 15 Pro Max could be the most attractive iPhone yet.[3] With its thinner bezels, periscope telephoto lens, USB-C port, and more, the new iPhone 15 Pro Max could be the device of choice for many Apple fans.

0. “iPhone 15 Pro Max May Set Record for Thinnest Bezels Ever on a Smartphone” Mactrast, 17 Mar. 2023,

1. “iPhone 15 Pro Max may have the thinnest bezels of any smartphone ever” BGR, 17 Mar. 2023,

2. “iPhone 15 Pro Max might have the thinnest bezels of all phones” Neowin, 17 Mar. 2023,

3. “iPhone 15 Pro Max display rumor could leave rivals in its dust” Tom's Guide, 17 Mar. 2023,

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