Soon after the launch of the iPhone SE 2020, now the new iPhone 12 Pro Max Design has been revealed in CAD Renders. Every year, a few months before the launch of the device, leaks and render will popup online. Here is a video that shows the entire design of the upcoming iPhone 12 Pro Max.
From the video, we can see that the design of the upcoming iPhone 12 Pro Max is almost similar to the iPhone 5S and older iPhone SE. This time the company adopted a boxer design language from their previous models. Talking about the display, the notch is considerably smaller than the iPhone 11 series and is less intrusive by all means. The screen to body ratio is also increased in here, all thanks to the smaller bezels on the device.
To the back, the camera is arranged within a rectangular cutout, but the arrangement is a little different from the iPhone 11 Pro Max. We can tell it is more symmetrical now. The LiDAR sensor that we saw in the iPad Pro 2020 is also found within the camera setup.
This video is created by a popular YouTuber, Everything Apple Pro. He used the unfinished CAD renders of the iPhone 12 Pro Max from Max Weinbach. What’s more interesting is the fact that he even created a 3D Printed version of the iPhone 12 Pro Max model and if you are interested, you can find more details on the video given below.
I managed to get (unfinished) iPhone 12 Pro Max CADs. These renders are based off those CADs! https://t.co/gABuPYsV2p
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) April 17, 2020
I think the boxy design something that a lot of people are going to love. All the latest iPad including the 2020 iPad Pro comes with the same boxy design. It’s good to see that Apple finally made the notch size much smaller than the previous generations. The notch in iPhone 10 series and 11 series is so big and is very intrusive to the users, hopefully, that’s not going to be the case with all new iPhone 12 Pro Max.