While the Apple iPhone 14 series was launched just a couple of months agone, there have formerly been a number of leaks regarding its successor, the iPhone 15 lineup. These rumors have claimed that the forthcoming iPhones will feature new design changes, still, a new report hints that this might not be the case.
Apple iPhone 15 series might not get the design change
Over the last couple of times, the iPhone models like the iPhone 14 series point a flat hinder panel with rounded edged but sharp corners. But, recent rumors had claimed that the new iPhone 15 will have a design that’s further analogous to the rounded edges of the aged iPhone 5c. This would supposedly offer a more comfortable experience when holding the device. Now, known bookmaker LeaksApplePro told Forbes that the company Cupertino grounded mammoth is still doubtful about bringing design changes with the iPhone 15.
Apple has been going back and forth between flat aesthetic and rounded edges and it is clear that both designs have their suckers. iPhone 14’s flat- edged design may look in further decoration but some argue that phone with a side frame that is twisted towards the reverse is more comfortable to hold and does not dig into your triumphs. On the other hand, rounded iPhones are supposed too slippery by numerous people, whereas cubical bones are considered easier to grip.
The twisted edge design of the iPhone 15 is still not set in gravestone. Meaning, that the brand has still not perfected its final look. Interestingly enough, Apple hadn’t locked in on the iPhone 14’s design till late March 2022. In other words, the company still has a couple of months for this decision. Another major detail regarding the forthcoming 2023 iPhones is the use of titanium for its figure on the side frames.
Still, also the iPhone 15 series will feature some of the most ultraexpensive accoutrements used on any iPhone, If this is true. Although we can anticipate this to be simply featured on the more precious Pro series models like the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. Other new design changes include solid state buttons that will replace the physical buttons while also offering a USB Type C harborage rather of the personal Lightning harborage for the first time ever on an iPhone.