According to rumors that the iPhone 15 Pro Max will come with a dual punch hole design, and it will also be smaller. It will also reportedly use titanium instead of stainless steel.
Titanium is more durable and light than stainless steel. So this change should make the new iPhones feel lighter and more comfortable to hold. The iPhone will also have USB-C charging for speedier charging.
There’s plenty of ways that you can use your iPhone. Apple offers a handful of pre-built gestures, and there are a variety of third-party apps that you can download to add an additional level of functionality.
You can, for instance, utilize a two-finger swipe in order to expand the display or move your fingers closer to each other for a zoom-out. Also, you are able to check notifications by sliding down from at the top of your display, and you can switch to a landscape or portrait view by using a swipe of two fingers to either side of the camera notch.
Alongside multi-finger gestures, the latest iPhones offer Reachability and other capabilities that let you manage your phone using just the use of just one hand. To create a custom gesture, simply tap AssistiveTouch and customize the settings you want to use by clicking Custom. When the blue circles appear on the screen, you can touch and drag them to perform your own custom swipe or grab gesture. Then, you can name the gesture and use the gesture.
It appears that the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max both come with 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch displays, and the sizes are the same as the forthcoming iPhone 15 series. A rendering of CAD from 9to5Mac using specifications provided to manufacturers of cases shows four iPhone 15 models with the similar display sizes. These include two 6.1-inch as well as two 6.7-inch models.
This doesn’t mean there’s no reason to believe that the iPhone 15 Pro won’t get any upgrades. According to tipter ShrimpApplePro as well as fellow tipster OreXda, the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro will still include an interactive Dynamic Island which is an on-demand feature as well as it will also have a True Tone display, a 2048×3096 resolution, a 120Hz refresh rate, as well as support for HDR content.
Furthermore, the Pro-exclusive top notch will likely make way for a dual-punch design with the ability to accommodate notifications, information from the app as well as other information. These aren’t all the updates that are coming for the iPhone 15. There is also speculation that the standard iPhone 15 phones will finally get high-refresh-rate LTPO display, which is something middle-range Android rivals already offer.
Since the beginning, the Pro models of Apple’s iPhone range have been covered by stainless steel. This makes them sturdier but also very heavy. Apple expects to switch this for titanium this year as it is more lightweight and durable.
It should make it possible for the ip 15 pro max feel very comfortable in the hand, and will also will be less susceptible to smudges caused by fingerprints. There’s no explanation for why Apple has made this decision as they have an extensive history of pushing the boundaries of their designs and it’d be quite surprising if they stuck with the identical stainless steel frame that was used in the regular iPhone 14 series.
The Twitter leaker ShrimpApplePro has a solid reputation and is claiming that the latest iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will have an ultra-premium titanium body. This could also be noticeably lighter than the stainless steel or aluminium equivalents. Drawings from CAD show the phones to have slimmer bezels surrounding their screens too.
If you’ve had an iPhone in the last several years, you’ve probably noticed the battery’s life span is a little underwhelming. It’s one of the main reasons that people who are considering an upgrade especially since rival phones with bigger batteries are being released.
The latest report indicates that Apple will give its upcoming iPhone 15 and Pro series phones with significantly bigger batteries. This report from the Chinese IT Home magazine IT Home cites an anonymous Foxconn source that claims both the iPhone 15 and Pro models could have up to 18 percent more power.
The more powerful battery must be enhanced by chips’ efficiency. This will aid in reducing power usage. The TSMC-made A17 Bionic chip is based on a 3nm silicon process. This is a 35 percent improvement over the previous 4nm silicon that is used in the A16 chip.
Other rumors point to the iPhone 15 receiving USB-C as well as Thunderbolt 3. This should allow faster transfers of data and could further decrease the amount of time between charges.