Apple iPhone 15: All you need to know

September is almost approaching Apple iPhone 15, which often indicates Apple is getting ready to release new iPhones and potentially other products. The most recent information on the Apple iPhone 15 series is provided below.

Apple has regularly introduced its Apple iPhone 15 range in the autumn over the previous five years, with four of those five debuts occurring in September. Many people look forward to this annual event as they wonder what new functions and improvements Apple will add to its iPhones and other devices.

A new CPU or a modified camera setup are two items that improve each year. We occasionally experience more dramatic changes, such as complete redesigns, Face ID, and Dynamic Island.

Apple iPhone 15

There are always rumours and leaks regarding the upcoming Apple phones since the iPhone depends on a wide range of components and Apple provides third-party manufacturers with at least some knowledge to create said parts. We have gathered the Apple iPhone 15 rumours that are from reliable sources and look more likely to be true than not. These are them.

USB-C Finally Comes to iPhone

The long-standing Lightning connector launched in 2012 will be replaced with a USB-C port, according to several rumours, in the Apple iPhone 15. Since the EU required all phones, tablets, and cameras to utilise USB-C by 2024, this was only a matter of time. According to a tweet from the trustworthy ShrimpApplePro(Opens in a new window), the iPhone 15’s USB-C will be restricted to its MFi certification(Opens in a new window), which means that uncertified cords will be “software limited(Opens in a new window) in data and charging speed.” Although we’re not sure if it complies with the EU requirement, Apple will be Apple.

According to a tweet from Ming-Chi Kuo(Opens in a new window), only the Apple iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will allow high-speed transfers; the standard Apple iPhone 15 will only support USB 2.0 rates. In any case, Lightning users who want to carry less cables can now do so.

All iPhone 15s to Have the Dynamic Island

Ross Young, the CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, said in a tweet that the Dynamic Island will be included to the Apple iPhone 15’s non-Pro models, perhaps eliminating the need for the notch.

The Dynamic Island will be present on all iPhones, according to renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Quo(Opens in a new window), who also predicts that a proximity sensor will move from outside to within the Dynamic Island without much of the cutaway part altering.

Smaller Bezels, Smaller iPhone

The Apple iPhone 15 may have very small bezels, measuring just 1.5mm, a significant decrease from the 2.17mm bezel on the iPhone 14 Pro. This also implies that the Apple iPhone 15 may be slightly smaller than the iPhone 14 Pro. According to a 9to5Mac report(Opens in a new window), the 15 Pro will measure 5.77 by 2.77 by 0.32 inches (HWD) as opposed to the iPhone 14 Pro’s 5.81 by 2.81 by 0.31 inches. We’ll accept it even if it’s not noticeably smaller.

The Camera Bump Gets Bigger (Really)

The iPhone 14 Pro’s camera module now protrudes 4.18mm (or around 0.16 inches) from the rear of the handset and will continue to become thicker. People have created renderings of the upcoming iPhone thanks to the disclosure of a potential CAD file. On Twitter, Ian Zelbo(Opens in a new window) of 9to5Mac mocked it up, comparing the camera bumps of the 14 Pro and 15 Pro side by side.

However, this shouldn’t come as much of a surprise because the camera module creep has been a reality for some time.

Bye Pro Max, Hello Ultra

According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, Pro Max may be replaced by Ultra.This would be comparable to the Apple Watch Ultra, which has the largest screen in the Watch series and boasts of its toughness with a titanium case.

According to a different Gurman claim, the Apple iPhone 15 Pro would have a titanium frame. Those two factors suggest that a robust iPhone 15 Ultra may be coming out later this year.

Wi-Fi 6E, New SoC

Wi-Fi 6E should be available for the Apple iPhone 15 soon, but exclusively for the Pro line, similar to other items in Apple’s range. The A17 Bionic chip would power the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max, while the 15 and 15 Max could stick with the A16 presently found in the iPhone 14 Pro.

iPhone Pro With Or Without Buttons?

There are three buttons on the current iPhone Pro: a power button, two volume controls, and a mute switch. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the high-end Apple iPhone 15 may include solid-state buttons similar to those seen on the iPhone 7 home button (Opens in a new window). When pressed, each of these solid-state regions will still feel like physical buttons because to the haptic input they each give.

With Force Touch trackpads on Mac laptops since 2015, which faithfully replicate the sensation of a moving trackpad owing to haptics, Apple has plenty of expertise. According to a more recent article (Opens in a new window) by Kuo, the transition to haptics will be postponed due to manufacturing-related technical difficulties.

Gettin’ Curvy

The borders of the Apple iPhone 15’s metal frame and glass might be altered to improve the transition between the two materials. The frame resembles the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro designs, according to a 9to5Mac report. This appears to be more of a tweak for a better hand feel than a significant change in the design. The metal and glass join of the iPhone 14 series is rather crisp.

New Colors Including Dark Red

The Apple iPhone 15 Pro will reportedly come in an extremely dark crimson colour, according to a different 9to5Mac(Opens in a new window) story. Space Black, Silver, Gold, and Deep Purple are the colours available for the Pros. According to the same claim, the standard iPhone 15 is now being tested and may come in pink and light blue. A new coat of paint may be forthcoming because Apple occasionally likes to switch up its colour scheme.

iPhone 16 Rumors Already Bubbling Up

Ming-Chi Kuo has previously discussed the 2024 iPhone(Opens in a new window), claiming that the 16 Pro’s 6.2-inch display will be 0.2 inches larger than that of the 14 and Apple iPhone 15. Huge 6.9 inches would make up the 16 Pro Max, compared to the iPhone 14’s 6.7 inches. Due to the additional space inside a bigger body, the 16 Pro versions would also have inbuilt periscope cameras. In particular, periscope cameras enable phone manufacturers to increase optical zoom levels.


What changes are coming to Apple iPhone 15?

The new versions will have somewhat different power and volume buttons that are slightly lower than those on the iPhone 14 Pro models, according to iPhone 15 Pro case leaks. For the USB-C port, the casings have a bigger hole at the bottom.

Will Apple iPhone 15 be big?

As with the current iPhone range, which includes the 6.1-inch iPhone 15 and iPhone 14 Pro, the 6.7-inch iPhone 15 Plus, and the iPhone 15 Pro Max, the sizes are anticipated to remain the same.

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Riya Kapoor

Riya Kapoor writes about lifestyle, entertainment, news and gadgets. She has been in this industry for almost 4 years now. She is a graduate from Delhi University with English Hons and had deep connection with writing since her childhood.

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