Back in February, we saw the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro in some rough CAD-based renders, and then again in its rumored ‘hero color’, a deep red. Today the same source of the previous renders is back with many more, and these are much more polished, and, dare we say it, high quality. So here’s our best look yet at Apple’s next high-end smartphone, due to launch (most likely) in September.
The iPhone 15 Pro will have a titanium frame, with a rounder-edged design, hopefully putting to rest users’ concerns regarding the current models and their sharp edges.
The size of the individual camera protrusions will grow once more, and the overall bump is thicker. Interestingly, the iPhone 15 Pro Max has a smaller camera protrusion too, which has been rumored to house a periscope zoom lens. According to past rumors, the cameras in the iPhone 15 Pro will feature “an all-new sensor technology that will capture more light and reduce overexposure or underexposure in certain settings”.
All iPhone 15 models will have USB-C ports, but the fastest charging will be limited to USB-C cables certified by Apple.
The volume and mute buttons will be haptic, not real, and they’ll have two haptic engines dedicated to emulating a button press. The mute toggle will be a haptic button, not a sliding switch anymore.
The iPhone 15 Pro’s bezels will measure just 1.55mm all over on all sides, and the screen glass will have a subtle curvature, transitioning seamlessly into the titanium frame, in a similar fashion to the back glass.
The thinner bezels will make the iPhone 15 Pro ever so slightly narrower than its predecessor, since the screen size will stay the same. The new model will measure 146.47 x 70.46 x 8.24 mm, compared to 147.46 x 71.45 x 7.84 mm for the iPhone 14 Pro.
Alongside the ‘hero’ deep red color, the phone is said to be offered in white, Space Black, and gold.