Apple is working on its iPhone 15 series to launch in the third quarter of 2023. The series has appeared in many leaks and gives us some ideas about the upcoming phones. Now, however, the latest leak has revealed the iPhone 15 screen and USB-C port.
iPhone 15 display and USB-C port shown in leaked photos
The images are shared on Twitter by leaker Unknownz21, giving us a full look at the design of the iPhone 15 for the first time. The images show the USB-C port on the bottom of the iPhone, which replaces the Lightning port that Apple has used for every iPhone since 2012. in the European Union.
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The front of the iPhone 15 is also visible. There are no major design changes to the chassis compared to the iPhone 14. Rumors have indicated that the Dynamic Island introduced with the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will come to the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus and iPhone 15 Pro models come.
Who needs half-baked renders when you have the real thing?
Here’s an early base model iPhone 15.
(More info only via @MacRumorsfor now 😊) pic.twitter.com/LKPzJ8YwfE
— Unknownz21 🌈 (@URedditor) February 22, 2023
The device in the images is an early iPhone 15, which Apple calls D37. The upcoming iPhone 15 range is unlikely to see any design changes.
The same source also shared an image of the iPhone 15 Pro that was limited to the USB-C port. Still, that image provided details on some of the design changes Apple is making to the iPhone 15 Pro lineup, such as deeper curves. These changes are not expected for the iPhone 15. In addition, the upcoming iPhone comes with the A16 chip, Wi-Fi 6 and a Qualcomm X70 modem.
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