Latest iPhone 15 Pro Leak Reveals a Taptic Button, Thinnest Bezels and Major Display Boost?

We have some exciting leaks to share with you about the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro, which is expected to launch later this year.

According to some CAD renders leaked online by ShrimpApplePro , the iPhone 15 Pro will feature a major design change that will make it look more sleek and futuristic.

The leak suggests that Apple will replace the physical volume buttons and mute switch with a unified Taptic button design . This means that instead of having separate buttons on the side of the phone, a touch-sensitive area will provide haptic feedback when you press it. This will also allow Apple to make the bezels thinner than ever before.

The Taptic button design is not entirely new for Apple, as they have already used it on some of their products, like the MacBook trackpad and the Home button on older iPhones. However, this would be the first time they would use it for volume control and mute function on an iPhone. The leak also claims that Apple will change the shape of the mute switch from a horizontal slider to a vertical one, which might make it easier to access.

The CAD renders also show some other minor changes in the design of the iPhone 15 Pro, such as a smaller camera bump on the back and a USB Type C port at the bottom. The display size and notch are expected to remain unchanged from the iPhone 14 series.

Of course, these are just leaks and not official confirmations from Apple, so take them with a grain of salt. We still don’t know what other features and improvements Apple will bring to the iPhone 15 Pro, such as battery life, performance, camera quality, etc. But based on these leaks alone, I think it looks like a promising upgrade for iPhone fans who want a more modern and minimalist design.

What do you think about these leaks? Do you like the idea of having Taptic buttons instead of physical ones? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

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