Twitter whistle-blower ShrimpApplePro has suggested the 2023 iPhone 15 will sport a titanium chassis that features curved rear edges which would replace the existing squared-off design. iPhone 15 is diametrically different from iPhone 14, as the design leak says. Some rumors, if one is to be believed, are not off cue as the iPhone 15 has several changes incorporated as tweeted by Shrimp ApplePro in a series of tweets.
The biggest blow to the reputation of the iPhone is that it seems to share a resemblance with an Android phone. The informer suggests that the iPhone display size will be the same as iPhone 14 series. The latest news is that the iPhone 15 will be thinner with bevelled edges. Some are quoted as saying that the iPhone 15 standard will sport a dynamic island which is far from the claim that all iPhone 15s will sport the dynamic island.
New iPhone 15 with four cherished all-screen variants coming up in 2023
The iPhone 15 is months away yet it seems very hard for Apple to play down the version with many suppliers involved in the run-up of this most cherished phone. Four iPhone 15 models are present as was with iPhone 14 model; two 6.1-inch and two 6.7-inch iPhones. As was with iPhone 14 model, some of the best features will be at bay for the iPhone 15 Pro models. It is not too far-fetched to expect USB-C for all the models with the omnipresent dynamic island to make a foray into iPhone 15 as well. Apple will sport Qualcomm modern chips in its devices and 3 nanometers A-17 chips. Pro models will be equipped with periscope lens camera technology to augment its zoom feature.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple might potentially substitute the “Pro Max” version of the iPhone 15 with a new “Ultra” tag. Apple 2022 launched the Apple Watch Ultra, it has also nicknamed the highest-end version of the M1 with the mnemonic ‘Ultra’.
It stands to testify that the highest-end iPhone available, often the “Pro Max,” could be renamed the iPhone 15 Ultra. That means all iPhone 15 models will do away with the notch, and instead go for the Dynamic Island introduced in the iPhone 14 Pro models.
The back edges of the device will allegedly be bevelled, similar to the casing on 2021 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro models. Analyst Jeff Pu also firmly believes that Apple will use a titanium frame, and titanium has been confirmed by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
Major iPad Pro revamp expected next year
Looking ahead to 2024, the excitement will be more palpable as Gurman reports that Apple is readying a “major revamp for the iPad Pro” that could make its debut in the spring. This revamp should offer an “updated chic design” as well as a ramp-up to OLED displays for the first time.
Apple launched the new iPod with a lovable all-screen design featuring a large 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display. Backed by a compelling design with the A14 Bionic chip, it revs up a remarkable performance with incredible power efficiency for demanding tasks while still providing a 24hr battery life. However, there will be no more major updates coming in 2023 to the entry-level models, the iPad mini or the Air.