Apple's upcoming 2023 iPhone 15 series continues to make headlines, and today is no exception. Following a recent leak of its possible price, we now have details on potential design changes that could be in store for the iPhone 15 this year. See below for more information.
Twitter user and leaker ShrimpApplePro has shared details about the design of the upcoming iPhone 15 series. According to the leak, the iPhone 15 will feature curved edges instead of the flat edges of its predecessors. However, the display will remain flat.
Well I have the result for the display design of the iPhone 15 series.— ShrimpApplePro 🍤 Vtuber (@VNchocoTaco) January 21, 2023
- all iPhone 15 series will have the same display sizes as iPhone 14 series
- pro 15 will have thinner bezels with curve edges, display is still flat tho, only the bezels is curve
Rumor has it that the iPhone 15 Pro models will come with thinner bezels. The iPhone 15 Pro Max, which may be called the Ultra, is expected to be a stunner with a sleek design reminiscent of the Apple Watch, featuring thinner bezels and curved edges.
As a quick refresher, Apple introduced a flat-edge design with the iPhone 12 series, which drew mixed reviews. It appears that the company is looking to make another shift to appeal to a wider audience.
All iPhone 15 models are anticipated to have the new Dynamic Island, which first appeared on the iPhone 14 Pro models. We expect it to be back with improvements and added functionalities. Additionally, the screen sizes will remain the same, with the iPhone 15 and 15 Pro featuring a 6.1-inch screen, and the iPhone 15 Plus and 15 Pro Max sporting a 6.7-inch display.
The non-Pro models may come equipped with the A16 Bionic chipset, while the Pro models could be powered by the new A17 chipset. Several camera upgrades are also in the works, including a periscopic lens for the Pro models. It's also possible that the iPhone 15 will support the USB Type-C port and do away with the physical volume and power buttons. Although there is no official confirmation on this, the iPhone 15 Pro models may be more expensive due to changes in pricing strategy.
It's still early to have concrete information on the 2023 iPhone 15 lineup, so it's best to take these details with a grain of salt and see what the rumor mill has to say. We will keep you updated with more information as it becomes available. Stay tuned and share your thoughts on the possible design changes in the comments section below.