iPhone 15 FIRST and FRESH look leaked in renders; Here’s what we know so far

 

New Delhi: Rumors about the much-hyped iPhone 15 range first appeared in mid-2022. Despite the slow start, it’s shown to be far more accurate than the early iPhone 14 rumors. And just recently, the flagship design of the next “iPhone 15 Ultra” was revealed for the first time.

A very accurate rendering by @jonjuhan (via AppleInsider) shows what curved edges, dual front cameras, and the switch to USB-C should look like. The result is an iPhone that is unmistakably modern. (Also read: Homeless beggars own property over Rs 5 crore, earn Rs 1.27 lakh monthly from house rent, live in the streets)

What really stands out about its design is its curved chassis, reminiscent of the 2013 iPhone 5C. It’s probably the most ergonomic iPhone Apple has developed since his iPhone 3GS, but its cheap plastic back makes its design unappealing. (Read also: Attention! Five major changes from December 1, 2022 that will directly impact your finances)

When it comes to build quality, the iPhone 15 Ultra differs from the iPhone 5C. At $35-$50 per kilogram, titanium is nearly 30 times more expensive than the stainless steel used in the iPhone 14 Pro.

Titanium is 3-4 times stronger than stainless steel and can match durability at just 40% of the weight in exchange for that investment. As a result, the iPhone 15 Ultra will be much lighter and stronger than the Pro Max model it’s expected to replace.

Additionally, images show how the Dynamic Island expands in size as a result of several front camera leaks. The improved depth perception of the twin cameras favors portrait mode. It will be.

Needless to say, the switch to USB-C was highly anticipated, but it doesn’t change the general look of the phone much. This is slightly larger than the Lightning connector, which makes the port a little wider.
The photos don’t show the transition from physical buttons to taptic volume and power buttons, and the expected upgrade to the new primary camer ensor.

A very accurate rendering by @jonjuhan (via AppleInsider) shows what curved edges, dual front cameras, and the switch to USB-C should look like. The result is an iPhone that is unmistakably modern. (Also read: Homeless beggars own property over Rs 5 crore, earn Rs 1.27 lakh monthly from house rent, live in the streets)

What really stands out about its design is its curved chassis, reminiscent of the 2013 iPhone 5C. It’s probably the most ergonomic iPhone Apple has developed since his iPhone 3GS, but its cheap plastic back makes its design unappealing. (Read also: Attention! Five major changes from December 1, 2022 that will directly impact your finances)

When it comes to build quality, the iPhone 15 Ultra differs from the iPhone 5C. At $35-$50 per kilogram, titanium is nearly 30 times more expensive than the stainless steel used in the iPhone 14 Pro.

Titanium is 3-4 times stronger than stainless steel and can match durability at just 40% of the weight in exchange for that investment. As a result, the iPhone 15 Ultra will be much lighter and stronger than the Pro Max model it’s expected to replace.

Additionally, images show how the Dynamic Island expands in size as a result of several front camera leaks. The improved depth perception of the twin cameras favors portrait mode. It will be.

Needless to say, the switch to USB-C was highly anticipated, but it doesn’t change the general look of the phone much. This is slightly larger than the Lightning connector, which makes the port a little wider.

The photos don’t show the transition from physical buttons to taptic volume and power buttons, and the expected upgrade to the new primary camera