iPhone 15: What to expect from its dynamic island and USB-C port
Delhi : iPhone 15 a week after acquiring renderings for the iPhone 15 Pro. Several of the design modifications and features slated for the forthcoming smartphone were exposed in these files.
An Updated iPhone 15 Design
A CAD model that was and 3D artist named Ian Zelbo suggests that the next iPhone 15 will do away with the notch in favour of a "Dynamic Island" feature. The front camera and Face ID sensors are housed in an oval-shaped notch at the top of the screen, a feature that was initially offered in the iPhone 14 Pro models.
Bigger iPhone 15 display
The CAD files also suggest that the next iPhone 15 will have a bigger screen than the standard model of most iPhones, with the exception of the iPhone 14 Plus and Pro Max, at 6.2 inches. The display's resolution and refresh rate are yet unclear.
Dual camera setup and Dynamic Island on all 4 iPhone models
Apple's Dynamic Island looks to be present on all four iPhone models, indicating that they wouldn't employ obsolete hardware on their newest flagships. The third camera and LiDAR appear to be reserved for the Pro models alone, with the ordinary iPhone maintaining the traditional two camera system.
The CAD blueprints for the iPhone 15 did not have any capacitive buttons. This year, the physical buttons are only available on the iPhone 15 Pro variants; all other iPhones have had physical buttons.
Apple uses USB-C in its new iPhones.
According to the CAD files, the iPhone 15 will also employ USB-Type C instead of Lightning as its charging connector, which is something consumers have been clamouring for because it is more adaptable and offers quicker charging and data transfer speeds.
Apple has long included USB-C into its MacBooks and iPads, but it is just now switching to the charging standard for iPhones. Compliance with new European rules demanding a universal charging standard for all cellphones is one possible justification for the shift.
The iPhone 15's CAD files revealed modifications and features. The reports of an iPhone 15 model that just surfaced on Twitter appear to be confirmed by these files, despite the fact that they aren't final, these images might not accurately depict the finished product.