Curved Edges Will Be Included In The iPhone 15 Design

Here is the latest rumour on Apple's latest teaser - iPhone 15 series and it's design change.

Rithika Biswas
Rithika Biswas January 30, 2023
Updated 2023/01/30 at 6:28 PM

Apple’s 2023 launch of the iPhone has been making headlines for one reason or another. After the recent price leak, rumor has it that Apple might be on its way to changing its design. Leakster Shrimp provided the iPhone 15 series’ design and specifications, which were posted on Twitter by ApplePro. The iPhone 15 series will reportedly have curved edges as opposed to flat ones. However, the display will be flat.

The tweet read, “Well, I have the results for the display design of the iPhone 15 series.” “All iPhone 15 series display sizes will be the same as the iPhone 14 series.” But that was not all he had to mention. The Pro series was described as follows: “The Pro 15 will have thinner bezels with curving edges; the display remains flat, only the bezels are curving.” ShrimpApplePro, 21 January 2023. 

The bezels on the iPhone 15 Pro models are speculated to be thinner. Per the reports, the iPhone 15 Pro Max is “very beautiful” and may replicate the Apple Watch with its thinner bezels and curved edges. It may also use the -U suffix. For those who don’t know, the iPhone 12 series marked Apple’s transition to a flat-edge design, which sparked conflicting reactions. It appears that the business is attempting to shift once more in order to win over more customers.

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The new Dynamic Island, which debuted with the iPhone 14 Pro models, is envisioned to be a feature of all iPhone 15 models. We anticipate it to come right back with upgrades and added features. And furthermore, the screen sizes won’t change. This means that the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro will have 6.1-inch screens, while the iPhone 15 Plus and iPhone 15 Pro Max will have 6.7-inch screens.

There is a possibility that the A16 Bionic chipset will power the non-Pro models while the A17 chipset powers the Pro. There seem to be a number of camera improvements, including a periscopic lens for the Pro models. Likewise, it is anticipated to support the USB Type-C port and do away with the physical volume and power buttons. Despite the absence of confirmation of this, Apple might alter its pricing policy and increase the cost of the iPhone 15 Pro models. 

The 2023 iPhone 15 lineup can’t yet be fully revealed, so it’s best to take the relevant data with a grain of salt and wait to see what the rumour mill has to say.


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