As leaks and rumors emerge around the upcoming iPhone 15 series, it appears that the base-level smartphone may get some major upgrades that have been reserved only for the Pro models until now. Earlier it was reported that the Dynamic Island feature can be found in the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models. And now another leak has revealed that the base model may get a design overhaul to bring it closer to the Pro counterparts. Reports suggest that the iPhone 15 and Plus models could get frosted back glass, which is currently only seen on the Pro and Pro Max models.
According to a MacRumors report, this information comes from a Weibo post that was posted by the same account that accurately revealed that the iPhone 14 models will launch in yellow. The leak suggests that both the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will get frosted back panels. The new back panel will make the base models look as premium as the Pro models.
iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Pro will get frosted back panel
It’s not uncommon for the base model to get a pro-level upgrade. Apple has always added them to the cheaper models a few years after they were introduced with the Pro model. For example, Super Retina or OLED displays were Pro-exclusive until the iPhone 12. Similarly, the Dynamic Island feature also debuted only on the Pro model.
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But does this mean that pro-models are losing their exclusivity? no way. Other reports have suggested that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are also likely to get major design overhauls. The smartphones could move away from their aluminum body and feature a titanium frame, exhibit more rounded and seamless edges, and also get thinner bezels.
Another change could be the inclusion of USB-C type port in all iPhone 15 models. A leaked report claims that the USB-C port could get an additional layer of metal with a ribbed texture. However, there are rumors that Apple may put chips in its own cables, ensuring that none of the third-party cables will achieve higher charging speeds or data transfer rates.
It should be noted that the information provided here is based on leaks and rumors and has not been confirmed by any official source. To really know what the iPhone 15 Pro looks like, you will have to wait till the official launch.
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