The premiere of the iPhone 15 series is still months away, but this apparently does not prevent images from appearing on the Internet that show what the iPhone 15 Pro will look like. The footage comes from 9to5mac and was created based on CAD models that were obtained from a Chinese case manufacturer that the site says is reliable.
The most notable change in the new device is the replacement of the Lightning port with USB-C, which may be related to European regulations requiring the introduction of USB-C as a single port for charging various electronic devices.
It is noticeable that the metal frame has more rounded edges, and in addition, the glass above the display has a slight rounding at the edges that flows into the frame. This is reminiscent of the design of the MacBook Pro and the new MacBook Air, and will also make the device more comfortable to hold. The frames around the display have also been reduced.
Also notable is the significantly increased area of the main camera, which suggests that Apple may upgrade its hardware with new lenses and larger sensors. Its configuration remains the same as that of the iPhone 14 Pro with three lenses and a LiDAR scanner in a square section.
A change is seen in the volume buttons, which are rumored to be capacitive in place of the current ones. Also, the mute button looks smaller and rounded. Note that these renders were created from an early CAD model and may not fully reflect the final design, but they give a good enough idea of what to expect.