In 2022, the arrival of the Dynamic Island changed the face of the front of the new iPhones. However, this is only offered with the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, which remain the most expensive of all the models offered by Apple to date. They are also the most popular. But for 2023, the punch could also land on the “classic” iPhone 15s and the iPhone 15 Plus, and it seems that the manufacturer is preparing other improvements for the case as well.
Indeed, ShrimpApplePro, twittos that we no longer present and who has already been right in the past, thinks he knows that all iPhone 15s will be entitled to curved edges. Not as much as the range of iPhone 11 certainly, but at least on one side, as for theiPhone 5c which our readers may remember. As for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, we would have reserved thinner borders around the screen.
No difference for the tiles?
With this, our source of the day indicates to know the diagonals of the screens of the four iPhone 15. For the basic model, it would be 6.1 inches, as for the iPhone 15 Pro. The iPhone 15 Plus and iPhone 15 Pro Max, meanwhile, would benefit from a larger size: 6.7 inches. Just like the iPhone 14 family, in short. This therefore suggests that the iPhone 15 Pro Max and the iPhone 15 Pro will be lighter, given the reduced borders.
To add details to these rumors, we can also specify that the most recent clues suggest that Apple will continue to only offer the ProMotion refresh rate at one hundred and twenty frames per second than on the iPhone 15 Pro.
New features for the camera too
According to other information, Apple would also like to improve the back photo sensor of its future iPhone 15 Pro. Specifically with regard to the iPhone 15 Pro Max, which would be entitled to a lens called “periscope“, that is, taking up less space while offering a more efficient zoom. Some also assume the 6.1-inch iPhone 15 Pro will get it, but nothing is less certain for the moment.
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