iPhone 15 Pro Design Revealed!

A new schematic leaked online has revealed a USB-C port and a new button.

Apple is preparing to introduce the iPhone 15 family next month. With the event weeks away, the leaks related to the iPhone 15 series are incessant. Finally, a schematic that hints at the iPhone 15 Pro design has emerged. In the diagram; The USB-C port, a new button and larger sensor attracted attention.

What does the iPhone 15 Pro diagram show?

A new drawing shared on Twitter sheds light on the design of the iPhone 15 Pro and includes a detailed diagram of the device’s specifications. While the overall design seems similar to the iPhone 14 Pro, a few key changes stand out.

One of the most important changes to be experienced on the design side was the removal of the speaker on/off button and the placement of a new “Action” button above the volume controls. In addition, there is a port on the bottom of the phone, which is expected to be USB-C.

Another remarkable change was the dimensions of the iPhone 15 Pro. Accordingly, the device will be slightly wider, measuring 38 x 37.5mm. In addition, on the camera side, a deeper sensor with 8.2 mm will meet users compared to the 7.9 mm thickness of the iPhone 14 Pro.

Despite the small increases in dimensions, the device appears to have relatively rounded corners. This means that it will be easier to grip and will fit more easily in a pocket. In addition, Dynamic Island can be standardized for all models.In previous leaks, we stated that the iPhone 15 family will be introduced on September 13. We expect to see four devices in the new lineup, namely the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

İdris Salman

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