Rumor: iPhone 15 Pro to feature ultra-thin bezels like Apple Watch

iPhone 15 Pro Rumors

The iPhone 14 series might be the latest flagships on the block and selling like hotcakes, but the rumor cycle doesn’t wait for the next iteration of the iPhone models. The upcoming iPhone 15 lineup is expected to release this fall, which is six months away. Even with months to go until iPhone15’s debut, we’ve already learned some details about its appearance and hardware specs, and now we’re getting a new report to corroborates previous rumors about the iPhone 15 Pro models featuring even thinner bezels around the display.

The reliable leakster ShrimpApplePro claims on Twitter that the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro models may feature a new design with thinner bezels, similar to the Apple Watch Series 7 or newer. As per his tweets, the next-gen iPhones will be offered in the same display sizes as the iPhone 14 lineup: 6.1 and 6.7 inches. The leakster also claims that the iPhone 15 Pro models will have curved bezels.

ShrimpApplePro says that his sources have confirmed to him that the iPhone 15 Pro Max will be “very beautiful,” with the thinner bezels and curved edges, and the device is also expected to have a titanium frame.

According to the leakster, the regular iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models are expected to get some considerable nice upgrades, including the addition of Dynamic Island, a feature that was introduced with iPhone 14 Pro. To recall, ShrimpApplePro accurately leaked the hardware design of the Dynamic Island on iPhone 14 Pro models.

Apple is also rumored to be working on even brighter displays for its next gen iPhones. Previous leaks are hinting at the next-generation A17 Bionic chipset, a faster USB-C port, Wi-Fi 6E, an increased 8GB of RAM, solid-state power and volume buttons that provide haptic feedback when pressed.

Earlier this year, Haitong Intl Tech Research analyst Jeff Pu said that iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will have the same 48-megapixel wide lens that is currently exclusive to iPhone 14 Pro models, but won’t have a telephoto lens for optical zoom or a LiDAR scanner.

Source: Twitter

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