iPhone 15’s leaked live images confirmed USB-C, Dynamic Island

Apple is all set to launch their iPhone 15 series in the third quarter of this year, which is very far off. This series is said to include iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, and iPhone 15 Plus. Apple’s upcoming iPhone 15 line has been frequenting the rumor mill for the last few months, and we’ve got a good idea of what to expect from the brand’s next-gen iPhones. Late last week, a bunch of official-looking CAD renders of the iPhone 15 Pro were leaked over the internet. Now it didn’t take very long for its younger brother to be subjected to a different treatment.

We’re looking at a couple of images of the iPhone 15 that first surfaced on MacRumors (who has a remarkable record of being correct) before being spread across Twitter. The front of the iPhone 15 also can be seen in one of the images. If you do pay attention you will notice the subtle changes in design.

These images seem to be confirming Apple’s next iPhone will indeed include a USB-C port, but it also appears to show off the dual-cutout of the Dynamic Island, corroborating with previous rumors that Apple will bring the Dynamic Island to non-Pro iPhone 15 models this year. Dynamic Island that was limited to the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max in last year. Rumors indicating Apple will adopt the Dynamic Island approach for iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, in addition to the iPhone 15 Pro models.

In one of the images, you can observe the bottom edge of the iPhone 15 showing off a USB-C port alongside speaker cutouts and two exposed screws, just like the previous-gen iPhone 14. It’s no secret that Apple will replace Lightning port, and it is going to be a biggest design shake-up since the iPhone 12.

As usual, the iPhone 15 series should only become official probably around September. Until then, we will have to sit tight and be patient, but at this rate of leaks we’re pretty sure we’ll be thoroughly familiarized with them well before that.

Source: MacRumors

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