iPhone 15 CAD renders also showed Dynamic Island, and USB-C port

The upcoming iPhone 15 series is said to launch later this year in September and the first batch of rumors already started flying since last year. Recently, we heard that Apple is planning to launch the top-tier iPhone 15 models with curved edges and ultra-thin bezels like Apple Watch. Earlier today, the upcoming iPhone 15 portrayed in a couple of live images, and those came in lower resolution blurry images, confirming the Dynamic Island on the top of the display, and USB-C port at the bottom. Now, we’re finally getting a proper look today thanks to a set of new concept renders provided by 9to5Google

Last week’s renders depicted the iPhone 15 Pro, while today’s leak has been caught in some CAD-based renders of both the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro handsets. It’s nice to see Apple’s next basic model, the iPhone 15 will also have finally Dynamic Island, replacing the outdated notch design. Yes, Apple will ditch the infamous notch for every model of the next-gen iPhone series. It is also going to get another major change from the previous-gen iPhone 14. The source claims the iPhone 15 will arrive with a 6.2-inch display, which is slightly larger than the 6.1-inch screen of the iPhone 14.

As per these images, both the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro will feature the mute switch and volume rocker on its left-side frame, and at the bottom is the speaker grille, joined by the USB-C port, which will replace the outdated Lightning port. Apple already confirmed it would comply with Europe’s common charger policy, so you won’t be surprised if the new iPhones are ready to move forward with making USB-C the standard of the land. It looks like the rumored solid-state capacitive buttons (which appeared on the iPhone 15 Pro renders) will be limited to the Pro variants. 

Similar to the previous-gen iPhones, the back of the upcoming iPhones will also house a dual camera setup (for 15)/triple camera setup (for 15 Pro) with diagonally placed sensors. Keep in mind that these are not official renders and are likely based on some internal information from the case makers or other reliable sources, so the final product may have slight differences.

Source: 9to5Mac

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