The iPhone 15 series isn’t likely to see the light of day anytime soon, but rumors surrounding the next-gen iPhones are surfacing online.
Now, tipster ShrimpApplePro has predicted that the iPhone 15 series will undergo a subtle design overhaul. First, it will feature Apple Watch Series 7-like thin bezels and curved edges.
Details about the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max screen sizes have also surfaced online. If rumors turn out to be true, Apple will unveil the iPhone 15 series this fall.
Meanwhile, leakster ShrimpApplePro (via GizmoChina) has indicated that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max (or iPhone 15 Ultra) will sport thinner bezels. According to the tipster, the devices will have curved edges as well.
Meet the first look at the new iPhone 15 Pro design, it will get some curves on the front and back also ultra-thin frames with flat Display.
Concept based on leaks.#iPhone #iPhone15ultra #iPhone15Pro pic.twitter.com/Et6HkBma4i
— Volodymyr 🇺🇦 (@ld_vova) January 22, 2023
Also, the iPhone 15 series is expected to retain the display sizes of its predecessor. So, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro could sport a 6.1-inch display, while the iPhone 15 Plus and iPhone 15 Ultra will feature a 6.7-inch screen.
It is also safe to assume that the iPhone 15 series will adopt an iPhone 5C-like design – comprising rounded rear and square front. Alternatively, it looks like the next iPhones could adopt the Round shell design language of the latest MacBook Pro.
According to the leaker, the iPhone 15 Pro models will follow in the footsteps of the Apple Watch, with curved edges and thinner bezels providing a similar effect.
However, it is worth mentioning here that ShrimpApplePro doesn’t have a perfect record when it comes to accuracy. So, readers are advised to take this information with a grain of salt.
Nevertheless, the iPhone 15 series is likely to bring a notable design change over the iPhone 14 series. More pieces of vital information regarding the next iPhone models are likely to surface online as the launch date draws closer.