The iPhone 15 Pro is expected to launch alongside the Pro Max and two other models this fall, most likely around September.
And yet, here we are in mid-February and we already seem to have the first speculative renders of the upcoming phone.
They are CAD-based (Computer-Aided Design), so they have some flaws, but still better than nothing.
In order for accessory manufacturers in Asia to have their items ready when the new iPhone becomes officially available, Apple sends these CAD files to them in advance of the release of new products. The CAD data on which these representations are alleged to have come from a Chinese case manufacturer, who obtained them first.
The USB-C port is finally coming to iPhones this year, as has been widely rumoured. Then there is the latest design, which appears to curl the glass into the frame and gives the frame a slight curvature. If this works well, holding the phone will be much simpler.
The back’s camera bump appears to be thicker than the one on the iPhone 14 Pro, which could indicate that there will be more advancements made in this area, possibly with larger sensors. Inside the camera island, the positioning of the three cameras and the LiDAR scanner is the same as it was the previous year.
According to previous rumours, the volume buttons might no longer be physical buttons and instead be capacitive ones. Moreover, the mute switch underwent modification, becoming more compact and rounded.
The screen size and resolution of the iPhone 15 Pro are anticipated to be comparable to, if not identical to, those of its predecessor, but because the panel will have reduced bezels, the new device will be slightly smaller overall. The Dynamic Island is still present and retains its Pro iPhone 14 appearance.
Remember that these renderings might not depict “all parts of Apple’s final design,” as stated by their source.