The most recent iPhone 15 report reveals information about their screens. According to a trio of stolen glass panels, the complete iPhone 15 range will feature a Dynamic Island. The three parts below are said to be from the iPhone 15, the iPhone 15 Pro, and the iPhone 15 Pro Max.
According to rumors, the complete series will have uniform 1.5mm bezels across the entire panel.
The standard 15 and 15 Plus will receive the new Dynamic Island but will not have the Always-on Display found on the Pro versions. Instead, they will continue to use the industry-standard 60Hz frame rate. The chipset, which was upgraded to the A17 Bionic for the Pro versions last year while the normal models received the A16 Bionic for 2022, will be another point of differentiation.
The iPhone 15 Pro is depicted in CAD renderings in the other source. Instead of stainless steel, the new Pro versions will use titanium frames, which will increase their durability while also making them lightweight. The transition to solid-state keys is the other important element. Multiple Taptic Engine motors underneath will provide 3D Touch haptic input to them to signify a successful push.
The mute switch will also become a button; hit once for Silent and again to allow sound.
The normal keys on the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will remain.