The The iPhone 15 series is still over eight months away, but the rumors are starting to pick up steam. Yummy ShrimpApplePro today posted a series of rumors about Apple’s next phones.
The rumors focus on the iPhone 15 screen. ShrimpApplePro first suggested in November that the The square design of the back of the iPhone 14 is replaced by an iPhone 5c-like design curved edges.
Still behind the rumor, the tipster today gave more details about the design and screen of the iPhone 15. Shrimp claims that the iPhone 15 line will come in the same sizes as the iPhone 14 series, meaning we’ll see two will see standard models with 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch screens, and two more expensive models with 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch screens.
Shrimp says the premium variants, which will reportedly be known as the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Ultra, will have thinner bezels than their 2022 counterparts.
Leaker ShrimpApplePro had a lot to say about the iPhone 15 today
They add that all models will have curved edges and flat screens and compare the design to the Apple Watch Series 8. They also said that all models will have the Dynamic Island cutout that is currently exclusive to the Pro models. The phones continue to use the Ceramic Shield glass for protection.
Standard iPhone 15 models may keep the same cameras
Shrimp’s source has also told them that the standard iPhone 15 models will have the same camera cutouts as their predecessors, suggesting that camera specs won’t change and the handsets won’t get the iPhone 14 Pro’s 48MP camera. This does not match earlier rumours.
The leaker has also suggested that the design changes will make the iPhone 15 look like Android phones. iPhones are currently easy to spot because of their flat screen, notch, and camera array.
According to previous leaks, the iPhone 15 may be coming out ditched physical buttons and Lightning port, and the more expensive models will be powered by one 3nm chip. Some reports have also suggested that the Vanilla models will be more affordable than the 2022 variants, but the Ultra may be more expensive.