According to a recent report, all iPhone 15 models come with Apple’s Dynamic Island, which is only available on the iPhone 14 Pro model.
Other iPhone 14 models have a notch, but Apple plans to remove the notch from all iPhone 15 models this year.
The new iPhone 15 appears to be available in four display sizes, with the 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch iPhone 15 and 15 Plus, as well as the 6.1-inch 15 Pro and 6.7-inch 15 Pro Max.
Apple has switched from the Lightning connector to USB-C, and all four models of this year’s flagship iPhones will come with USB-C. This is good news because USB-C is used in the vast majority of devices, which means your devices will need fewer chargers.
Apple could try to differentiate the standard model from the Pro model, and the Pro model could come with a new titanium frame with haptic volume buttons.
The overall design of the iPhone is not expected to change much from this year’s iPhone 14, aside from the Dynamic Island introduced on all models.
We’ll have to wait a while before the new iPhone launches, and Apple plans to launch a new iPhone 15 model in September.
Source Bloomberg, MacRumors
Image credit: Aditya Chinchure
Filed Under: Apple, Apple iPhone, Top stories
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