Rumours have begun to circulate about the upcoming iPhone 15 series, which is expected to be released in a year. Recently, leakster ShrimpApplePro has suggested that the device will feature significant design changes, including reduced bezels and curved edges, similar to the design of the Apple Watch Series 7. Additionally, there are rumours about the display sizes of the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max.
Well I have the result for the display design of the iPhone 15 series.
– all iPhone 15 series will have the same display sizes as iPhone 14 series
– pro 15 will have thinner bezels with curve edges, display is still flat tho, only the bezels is curve
— ShrimpApplePro (@VNchocoTaco) January 21, 2023
Leakster ShrimpApplePro has reported that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max (or iPhone 15 Ultra) will have thinner bezels and sleek curved edges. There are also rumours that the iPhone 15 series will have similar display sizes as the iPhone 14 series, including the 6.1-inch screen size of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro, and the 6.7-inch screen size of the iPhone 15 Plus and iPhone 15 Ultra.
How accurate are these rumours?
This is not the first time that ShrimpApplePro has suggested that the iPhone 15 series will have curved bezels. The design reportedly is similar to the iPhone 5C, with a square front and rounded back, or the latest MacBook Pro design language, featuring a round shell design. Furthermore, the leaker claims that the iPhone 15 Pro models will have a design that closely resembles that of the Apple Watch, with thinner bezels and curved edges.
It’s important to note that the accuracy of ShrimpApplePro’s claims has not been confirmed, and these rumours should be approached with caution. However, it seems that the iPhone 15 is expected to have small but notable design changes, similar to the design of the Apple Watch Series 7. As the launch date approaches, more rumours and information about the iPhone 15 are expected to be revealed, providing a clearer image of the final design.
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