New Apple Leaks Reveal the iPhone 15 Design with A New Camera Bump.
As is commonly known, Apple’s iPhone 15 series will be released in the third quarter of 2023.
As the launch date approaches, we are learning more and more about the new series.
The most recent updates have revealed the design of the iPhone 15, which has a revised camera bump.
New Apple Leaks Reveal the iPhone 15 Design with A New Camera Bump
According to ShrimpApplePro on Twitter:
The iPhone 15 models will get a new camera bump. The insider provides no other information.
The most recent uptick, on the other hand, might signify a variety of things.
One report claims that the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will feature the same 48MP camera as the current Pro versions.
This might imply a separate camera update. The rumoured switch to a rounded rear might be another explanation for the additional bulge.
Furthermore, the iPhone 15 will feature the same size screens as the current pair (6.1′′ and 6.7′′).
They’ll almost certainly get a new USB-C connection as well as the Dynamic Island.
In terms of Pro models, there might be a 6.1-inch iPhone 15 Pro, a bigger iPhone 15 Pro Max or even an iPhone 15 Ultra.
According to prior reports, the iPhone 15 Pro models, including the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, will enable faster Wi-Fi 6E.
According to iPhone 15 reports:
Apple will drastically remodel its upcoming smartphone portfolio.
ShrimpApplePro, a reliable leaker, has now revealed details on a potentially stunning new display.
According to an industry insider:
The iPhone 15 Pro Max may include a cutting-edge Samsung display with an incredible 2,500 nits of brightness.
Anything else on the market, even Samsung’s freshly introduced Galaxy S23 series, pales in comparison.
The maximum brightness of the Galaxy S23 versions is 1,750 nits in comparison. The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max have indoor brightness limits of 1,000 nits and 1,600 nits for HDR video but can achieve 2,000 nits in a restricted outdoor mode.
Even the QD-OLED panels in Samsung’s 2023 flagship televisions have a maximum brightness of 2,000 nits, which is a twofold improvement over last year’s panels.
Despite this, the panel’s capabilities are at least 25% more than anything else on the market for a consumer product.
ShrimpApplePro qualifies his statement to the “iPhone 15 Pro Max” in light of a leak from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman last week that indicated the highly-speculated “Ultra” designation will be retained for an altogether new flagship iPhone that would sit above the Pro Max in 2024.
According to ShrimpApplePro:
“the biggest 2023 Pro iPhone should still maintain the Pro Max title.”