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Apple iPhone 15 with Dynamic Island, 15 Pro with action button

Today the next Apple iPhone 15 mockups have surfaced, offering another look at the new generation's color options.
Apple iPhone 15 Pro

Today the next Apple iPhone 15 mockups have surfaced, offering another look at the new generation’s color options. In addition to the colors, you can also easily see the design changes of the iPhone 15 and 15 Pro.

Apple iPhone 15

The Apple iPhone 15 will launch in the usual black and white colors, as well as three pastel colors: yellow, pink and blue. The housing is still made of aluminum and has a brushed surface.

Unlike the Pro models, the mute switch on the iPhone 15 is still in place. There is also still a SIM slot. Possibly only for the international iPhones, while the American and Canadian models could only use eSIMs for the first time. It is also interesting that these dummies also have the Dynamic Island and therefore no longer need a notch. Rumors have been pointing to this change for months.

Apple iPhone 15 Pro

The Apple iPhone 15 Pro also has the usual colors Silver and Space Black as well as the new hero color Titan Gray. The fourth option is a deep blue, significantly darker than the light blue of the base models. The dummies will have shiny sides, while the real phones’ titanium frames may have a matte finish.

The biggest obvious change to the Apple iPhone 15 Pro is the action button on the side. It’s quite small – about the size of the mute switch it replaces. In contrast, the button was quite noticeable on the Apple Watch Ultra, where it was first used. The action button can be configured with 9 functions. This includes a silent mode, but also accessibility features, shortcuts, camera and flashlight, magnifier, translation and voice notes.

There is also a new USB-C port on the bottom. The iPhone 15 Pro models are said to have a Thunderbolt port, while the base models will likely have to make do with a slower USB 2.0 port. Another hardware difference between the different iPhone models could be the charging speed. The normal iPhone 15 should get the usual 20 watts, and the Pro models may finally get a few watts more. However, a significant camera upgrade for the iPhone 15 series is more likely.


Toni Hobrecht
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