According to a fresh rumor on Twitter this week, Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 15 Pro models, which should launch later this year, may have noticeably thinner bezels. According to the report, the entry-level iPhone 15 devices will look similar to the iPhone 14. Meanwhile, the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will have thinner bezels and curved edges, similar to the latest Apple Watch models.
Well I have the result for the display design of the iPhone 15 series.
– 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
— ShrimpApplePro ? Vtuber (@VNchocoTaco) January 21, 2023
While the 15 Pro display will stay flat and the same size as the iPhone 14 Pro, the bezels will be both slimmer and curved, according to the source. They go on to say that the ‘vanilla’ iPhone 15 will have curved bezels as well but in a thicker form factor. The iPhone 15 Pro Max/Ultra, however, has been characterized as “very beautiful”. Those increased bezels appear to have the same impact as the Apple Watch display.
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Apple’s higher-end 15 Pro models will feature a revamped camera scheme, 48-megapixel camera, Dynamic Island, USB-C port, and faster transfer speeds than entry-level models. All iPhone 15 models will feature Dynamic Island. Currently, Dynamic Island is exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro models.
Additionally, we can expect all iPhone 15 models to feature USB-C, thanks in large part to a new directive from the EU. And while some are looking forward to the switch, it remains to be seen if the USB-C port on the 15 Pro models will offer faster transfer speeds than the entry-level models.
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Apple is also expected to introduce a new A17 processor for its iPhone 15 Pro lineup, while entry-level models will stick with the A16 processor. The most intriguing rumor is that the Pro models will incorporate a periscope lens for 6x optical zoom.
Assuming no production delays, Apple’s new iPhone lineup will be unveiled in September. Leaked CAD renders of the new iPhone design are expected in March or April. so we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for that.