The iPhone 15 Pro will be released in just six months, but many rumors about the iPhone 15 Pro have already surfaced in recent months. Good moment for us to list all the expected changes.
iPhone 15 Pro
The iPhone 15 Pro (Max) design is likely to be an evolution of its predecessor. Presentation on the basis of a CAD file, which manufacturers use to customize their cases at launch, shows the device’s body is a few millimeters smaller thanks to narrower bezels, which likely results in the same 6.1-inch screen in a slightly more compact body. At the top of the screen is the dynamic island again which appears to have not changed in size.
An important change is the iPhone 15 Pro’s charging port, because for the first time in iPhone history, a USB-C connection is used instead of Apple’s Lightning port. From the fall of 2024, the European Union will require that new smartphones and tablets, among other things, be equipped with a USB-C connection. This is a new regulation intended to ensure that all mobile devices can be charged with the same charger. This will reduce waste and users will not have to use all different types of cables. Apple will also be working on the Made for iPhone program, where only official cables support the fastest data transfer and charging speeds.
The iPhone 15 Pro also appears to have more curves compared to the recent models. The display glass is subtly curved around the edges this time, ensuring a smooth transition to the frame. This change should make the device more comfortable to hold. The camera island has grown again, suggesting that Apple will take advantage of new camera sensors and lenses. The configuration still consists of three cameras and a LiDAR scanner.
Apple is said to have designed a new volume button for the iPhone 15 Pro without separate volume up and down buttons. This single button can adjust the volume based on where the user presses it. The mute switch can also be replaced with a similar button. This year, the models will be equipped with so-called solid-state buttons that provide haptic feedback, similar to the Home button first introduced with the iPhone 7. This means that the buttons no longer have moving parts and are able to detect the level of pressure to work.
The upcoming iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will be powered by the Apple A17-soc, which is expected to be the first A-series chip to be produced on a 3nm process. TSMC has been developing the 3nm process for some time, and the jump to this new technology is expected to improve performance by 10 to 15 percent and reduce power consumption by up to 30 percent.
The iPhone 15 Pro with a Max variant is expected to launch in September 2023. Apple is also said to be working on a more expensive iPhone Ultra, but that device won’t launch until 2024 as part of the iPhone 16 series, according to Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman. At the time of this writing, it is still unclear how much the new devices will cost.
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