A day after @onleaks posted 3D CAD renderings of the 2019 iPhone 11, he has now posted detailed 5K renders and 360-degree video of the 2019 iPhone 11 Max.
The 3D CAD renders show the iPhone 11 Max coming with a triple camera set up at the rear which does help give the rear a refreshed look. As for the front, it looks largely the same, with minimal bezels and a notch at the top to house the required Face ID sensors.
The iPhone 11 Max will be 8.1mm thick which means it is going to be notably thicker than the 7.7mm iPhone XS Max. Thankfully, if previous leaks are anything to go by, the thickness will be used by Apple to incorporate a larger battery on the handset. This will be beneficial since the iPhone 11 Max will come with reverse wireless charging which can be used to wirelessly charge other devices.
Like the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Max will feature a redesigned mute button that looks similar to previous iPads. It will also feature a Lightning connector at the bottom and not USB-C. The CAD renders point to the iPhone 11 Max featuring a single slab of glass at the rear which will also cover the triple-camera housing. This is different from the iPhone X/XS in which the rear glass has a cutout for the camera housing.
As expected, the iPhone 11 Max is just a bigger version of the iPhone 11. The major highlight of both phones is going to be the triple camera set up at the rear along with the use of a frosted glass panel. It is likely that we will see Apple launch the 2019 iPhone 11 in new colors or finish to ensure that customers don’t complain about the design being outdated.