iPhone 15: There have been a number of leaks about Apple’s high-end smartphones prior to the release of the iPhone 15 series. According to a tipster, the next iPhone 15 could replace the current squared-off design with a titanium frame with curved rear corners. In line with the bottom edges of the casings of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models.
What do the leaks suggest?
Despite shifting to a titanium chassis, the smartphone is expected to still retain a glass back, according to the report. If the most recent rumours are accurate, the business would be using titanium for the first time in iPhones.
According to earlier rumours, the iPhone 15 series would consist of four variants, each with more unique features than the iPhone 14 and USB-C charging connections on all of them. Prior to EU regulation, a well-known Apple insider allegedly revealed that the smartphone manufacturer intended to switch all iPhone 15 models’ lightning ports for USB-C connections. Additionally, the performance of the gadgets will change as a result of this. There will be USB-C ports on the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro. According to a number of sources, the iPhone 15 series’ iPhone and iPhone Plus models would have a separate USB-C port from their iPhone Pro counterparts.
Apple would release four different models of the series starting in 2023. According to another report, The 15 Pro is expected to have a Thunderbolt connector for high-speed data transfer.
Should we believe these leaks?
Every year we see leaks or rumours popping up on the internet about the upcoming iPhone or some other device by Apple. But, most of the leaks or rumours that we see online tend to be false. Apple does what it wants to. We can speculate as much as we want but we will get to know the real specs and features of the upcoming iPhone only when it launches.