CAD-based renders of the Pro model surfaced last week, showing off the thinner bezels, curvier design, and new USB-C port. A few days ago, the regular iPhone 15 appeared with the Dynamic Island. Now we have the first CAD renderings of the Apple iPhone 15 Plus, which also has the Dynamic Island. With that, the entire iPhone 15 series will come out this year with the cutout in the display. Last year Apple kept the notch on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.
Like the base and Pro models, the Apple iPhone 15 Plus has a new case design with slightly rounded edges and a USB-C port. The new port replaces the Lightning connector for charging and data transfer.
The Apple iPhone 15 Plus also has slightly narrower bezels than its predecessor. In return, the camera module on the back is a bit thicker – according to the source, the iPhone 15 Plus will be 160.87 mm high, 77.76 mm wide and 7.81 mm thick. Last year’s iPhone 14 Plus was 160.84mm high, 78.07mm wide and 7.79mm thick.
There are two cameras on the back of the iPhone 15 Plus – as is usual with Apple’s entry-level models, there is a wide camera and an ultra-wide camera on board. The power button is on the right, and the mute and volume buttons are on the left.
The source doesn’t reveal any specs of the iPhone 15 Plus. However, it can be assumed that further leaks will appear in the coming weeks. However, we are still more than six months away from the official presentation. We have collected all previous rumors and leaks in our iPhone 15 overview article.