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Leaked Apple design reveals unexpected look for iPhone 15

Carol Vanzyl

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Rumor has it that there are some unexpected design changes resembling both Android devices and Apple Watch. ShrimpApplePro (known to be a reliable source of leaking Apple news) stated on Twitter that the iPhone 15 Pro Max will have curved edges and thinner bezels which will make it look “more Android than ever!”

“Source described the iPhone 15 pro max (aka ultra) as very beautiful. The thinner bezels and curved edges could create the same effect as on Apple Watch.”

Leaked Apple design reveals unexpected look for iPhone 15
Leaked Apple design reveals unexpected look for iPhone 15

ShrimpApplePro also revealed last year that the latest iPhone Apple is working on would have no physical buttons. Another reliable source, Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst, backed this up. He confirmed that the iPhone 15, will have built-in volume and power buttons, replacing physical buttons.

The release date is expected to be in September. When the iPhone 14 Pro was released last September, its Dynamic Island feature was introduced by Apple, allowing users to display numerous activities and notifications. It is expected that a feature, will extend across all the iPhone 15 models.

Another suggestion is that instead of the current squared-off edges, the iPhone 15 will have curved read edges with a titanium chassis. The iPhone 11 was the last model with curved edges. Titanium offers more resistance to scratches, whereas the iPhone 14 compromised of stainless steel and aluminum.

More potential changes include the USB-C port to replace the lightning port and a periscope zoom lens for the camera.

Leaked Apple design reveals unexpected look for iPhone 15

Last week Apple introduced its most high-powered processors with its new MacBook Pros 14 and 16 featuring the latest M2 Max Chips and M2 Pro. Another unveil this year by Apple is its first mixed-reality headset. Due to technical challenges, it appears that its lightweight augmented-reality glasses have been postponed, reported Bloomberg.

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