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Alleged Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max CAD renders leaks

Leaked CAD renders reveal that the alleged upcoming Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max will have iPad Pro 2020-like design, slimmer bezels, smaller notch, and quad-rear cameras.
Alleged Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max CAD renders leaks
Alleged iPhone 12 Pro Max based on current rumors

Back to the iPhone 4/5s design?

Max Weinbach and EverythingApplePro have teamed up to reveal the alleged CAD renders given to Apple's partner accessories manufacturer ahead of the official announcement of the upcoming iPhone 12 in September. Max added that the designs that this CAD renders show are 70 percent finished.
CAD render Front side
CAD render front side 

The CAD renders in question depicts the upcoming iPhone 12 Pro Max that updates the iPhone 11 Pro Max's design with flattened sides, slimmer bezels and a smaller notch. The flattened sides are highly reminiscent of the iPhone 4 designed language that is seen on the recently announced iPad Pro 2020 that you can read more about at this link.

EverythingApplePro discussed in the video embedded above that the bezels will be 0.9mm thinner than the current iPhone 11 Pro Max's bezels while the notch will see a size reduction. This results in a bigger 6.7-inch display with a slightly wider and taller body.
CAD render rear side
CAD render rear side

Aside from the similar iPad Pro 2020 design, the alleged new iPhone 12 Pro Max will also get the new LiDAR sensor as the fourth camera that upgrades the iPhone 11 Pro Max's triple rear camera system. A LiDAR or Light Detection and Ranging sensor is a remote sensor that uses a pulsed laser to measure variable distances or ranges on the Earth.

The speaker grille will have tweaked appearances while being 10 to 15 percent louder.

As mentioned earlier, the CAD renders are unfinished and changes could still happen before launch. It is also worth noting that these are rumors and until Apple officially announces the new iPhone, take this information with a grain of salt.

What do you guys think?

Sources: GSMArena, EverythingApplePro
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