iPhone 15 Design Changes to Include Curved Edges

iPhone 15

The 2023 Apple iPhone 15 series is often seen in the headlines, and today is no different. After a recent price leak, we now have information about possible iPhone 15 design changes we can expect this year. Check out the details below.

iPhone 15 design details leaked

Leakster ShrimpApplePro took to Twitter to reveal the design details of the iPhone 15 series. It turns out that the iPhone 15 series will have curved edges instead of flat ones. However, the display will be flat.

The iPhone 15 Pro models are rumored to have thinner bezels. The iPhone 15 Pro Max, which may use the Ultra extension, is apparently “very beautiful” and may look like an Apple Watch with thinner bezels and curved edges.

For those who don’t know, Apple switched to a flat design for the iPhone 12 series, which attracted divided opinions. It seems that the company now wants to make another shift to appeal to more people.

All iPhone 15 models are expected to feature the new Dynamic Island that debuted with the iPhone 14 Pro models. We expect it to come back with improvements and more features. Additionally, the screen size will remain the same. So the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro will get a 6.1-inch display, while the iPhone 15 Plus and iPhone 15 Pro Max will have a 6.7-inch display.

There is a chance that the non-Pro models with the A16 Bionic chipset and the Pro will be powered by the new A17 chipset. There are also several camera improvements in the pipeline, including a periscope lens for the Pro models. It is also expected to support a USB Type-C port and omit the physical volume and power buttons. Although it is not confirmed, Apple may change its pricing strategy and may make the iPhone 15 Pro models more expensive.

Since it’s too early to get detailed information about the 2023 iPhone 15 lineup, it’s best to take the details with a grain of salt and see what the mill has to say. We will keep you posted on further details. Stay tuned and share your thoughts on possible design changes in the comments below.


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