The latest information on the upcoming iPhone 15 claims that it will feature a titanium casing and redesigned back edges. Currently, iPhones come in aluminum (standard models) and stainless steel (Pro models) casings and squared edges.
iPhone 15 might come in iPhone 5C design language
Apple leaker @ShrimpApplePro shared on Twitter that the next-generation iPhone series will round back edges like iPhone 5C design language. A flat slab front and rounded rear would streamline iPhone with the latest Mac, and iPad models’ designs.
It is also claimed that Apple will use titanium casing in the new iPhone model. Previously, it was reported that iPhone 14 Pro models would be shipped in titanium casing because it is more durable and lighter than stainless steel. Currently, Apple uses titanium alloy in high-end Apple Watch models. The leaker added that Apple will continue with the glass back.
So the new iPhone 15
From the early information that I have, the iPhone 15 will feature a new border design. The back edge corner (as pointed out in the images) will be rounded and not square anymore.
The material also will be titanium.
Still very early to take it as it is.
However, it must be kept in mind that there are early reports and their information must be taken with a grain of salt.
Other reports on the new iPhone series state it will feature a USB-C charging port and Dynamic Island. Since Apple is expected to further widen the gap between standard and Pro models, the iPhone 15 Pro models will feature an A17 Bionic chip, 8GB of RAM, periscope lens, button-less design, and faster USB-C data transfer speeds.
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