The latest Apple iPhone 15 and 15 Pro leaks today revealed new clues about the displays. In the Chinese social network Weibo, an image of three glass panes for the Apple smartphones has appeared, according to which the entire iPhone 15 series will get the Dynamic Island. The standard model is said to be on the left, the iPhone 15 Pro in the middle, and the Pro Max on the right. The entire lineup is rumored to have thinner, uniform 1.5mm bezels across the entire display
While the Apple iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus get the new Dynamic Island, the refresh rate remains at the previous 60 Hz. The always-on display is also reserved for the iPhone 15 Pro models. There will also be further differences in the chipset. The Pro variants get the A17 Bionic, the cheaper iPhones the A16 Bionic from 2022.
Additionally, a second leak today brought new CAD renderings of the Apple iPhone 15 Pro to light. The new Pro models will get titanium frames instead of stainless steel, which is a first for the iPhones. Titanium is stronger yet lighter than stainless steel and has already found its way into the Apple Watch Ultra. Another big difference is the switch to solid-state keys. They feature 3D touch haptic feedback thanks to multiple Taptic Engines to confirm inputs.
Even the mute switch is said to be based on solid state and a Taptic Engine. You can mute the Apple iPhone 15 Pro with a touch and tap again to activate the sound again. The iPhone 15 and 15 Plus, on the other hand, keep their regular buttons.