Dynamic Island, the most unique feature on the iPhone 14 Pro models will be incorporated into all versions of the iPhone 15, says a new report. This will mark a noticeable change in the construction of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus.
The report comes through My Fix Guide, which is basing the speculation on live images of the glass panels on iPhone 15 series handsets that have leaked on Weibo.
The report even claims that though the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will have Dynamic Islands, they will indeed lack the benefits of a high refresh rate and an always-on display.
The images in question also seem to be suggesting that the borders of the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will be narrowed to 1.5mm. While these models are likely to get the updated A17 Bionic chip, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will follow the established pattern and opt for the A16 Bionic chip.
There’s more; another iPhone 15-related leak has surfaced, talking about one more crucial difference to expect between the standard and Pro models.
A blogger named @HongyangTechnology on TikTok China (via Gadgets 360) has released CAD design renders of iPhone 15 Pro models that show that the physical volume buttons and the side mute switch are about to get a big overhaul.
It’s being said that the new design of the volume button will disable the pressing functionality in favor of two built-in Taptic Engine motors. And this new technology won’t be part of the standard models of the Apple smartphone.
Additionally, it is also being said that the iPhone 15 Pro models will get a stronger Titanium alloy frame to help reduce their weight and increase their durability.