iPhone 15 Pro Max: Leaks Mockup and Cover Glass Glimpse into a Good Future

If it isn’t the iPhone 15 Pro Max rearing its shiny head before its official launch. These recent leaks are spilling the beans on what we can expect from Apple’s latest addition to the iPhone family. Comparing with iPhone 14 Pro Max I’ve got clutched in my eager hands.

First off, the side of the fuselage is sporting a brushed metal effect that’s got me all aflutter. Combine that with a matte texture on the back, and you’ve got yourself a phone that’s easier to grip and less likely to slip through your butterfingers. I mean, who hasn’t had a mini heart attack when their phone almost took a nosedive onto the pavement?

As for thickness, it’s a bit of a guessing game at this point, it is thicker than the iPhone 14 Pro Max? hoping for more battery capacity.

Talk charging, the leaks are hinting at a switcheroo iPhone 15 to Adopt USB-C, Ditching MFi Certification. And get this: we’re looking at a titanium alloy middle frame. Talk about stepping up the game, right?

But wait, there’s more! Feast your eyes on the leaked iPhone 15 Pro Max cover glass and bezels. Are we about to witness one of the thinnest bezels on a smartphone this year? It sure seems that way. The screen ratio is higher, and that the Dynamic Island area has shrunk, too.

Isn’t it funny, though? People act like they couldn’t care less about thinner bezels, but as soon as an Android phone flaunts some skinnier ones, it’s suddenly the bee’s knees. I say, bring on the competition, and let’s see who comes out on top!

Folks. Stay tuned for more info as they come in, but for now, color me impressed!

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