In recent weeks, more and more details have begun to leak about the iPhone 15, the next family of
cell phones that will arrive sometime in September.
Specifically, in the last few hours, new images reveal particularities of its design and, with them,
confirmations of various rumors
The site specialized in 9to5mac.com
has shared two new images of what appears to be the base model.
In principle and as expected, the images confirm that the
iPhone 15 will switch to USB-C this year
The publication highlights a photograph that shows the front of the device and the screen and another that shows the bottom.
Twitter user @URedditor's viral photo showing the USB-C port on an iPhone 15.
Although the image of the front of the iPhone 15 does not show much, but you can see the
double-cut design .
This lines up with previous reports that Apple was going to extend this
new notification bar to the entire upcoming family of phones
, unlike what happened with the iPhone 14.
Meanwhile, the bottom edge image of the iPhone 15 again shows a
along with dual speaker cutouts and two exposed screws, just like the iPhone 14. Apple is moving the entire iPhone 15 lineup to USB-C. C, partly due to new regulations in the European Union.
The Dynamic Island notification bar appears in the design of the next iPhone 15.
But these improvements would not be the only ones for the iPhone 15, since design changes are expected particularly for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.
We can expect significantly slimmer bezels, rounded edges, and more.
iPhone 15: more details of its design
The renders of the iPhone 15 that arrived in Asia.
Although the iPhone 15 Pro device is expected to arrive along with the Pro Max and two other models in September, the first renders of the top of the range of the family appeared in these first months of the year.
The most recent ones are CAD-based, so they aren't quite as high-quality as expected, but they still revealed several details.
As detailed by the brand's specialized media, Apple sends these CAD files to accessory manufacturers in Asia before the launch of new products, so that they can have their official accessories.
In this case, the files these renders are based on originated from a Chinese case manufacturer, who apparently obtained them first.
The renders show various design changes to the iPhone 15. Photo: 9to5mac.
The camera bump on the back is apparently thicker than the one on the iPhone 14 Pro, which may mean we'll get more improvements in this space, with possibly larger sensors.
The arrangement of the three cameras and the LiDAR scanner within the camera island remains unchanged from last year.
The volume buttons may not be actual buttons anymore, but rather capacitive ones, as previously rumored.
The mute switch has also been redesigned, being smaller and rounder than previous generations.
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