Here's your first look at the iPhone 15.

Leaked iPhone 15 CAD renders reveal bigger 6.2-inch display with Dynamic Island

Here’s your first look at the iPhone 15.
Picture: 9to5Mac

3D CAD renders of the 2023 iPhone 15 have leaked online, revealing all the design changes Apple is planning. This includes bringing Dynamic Island from the iPhone 14 Pro to non-Pro iPhones this year.

Like the iPhone 15 Pro, non-Pro variants will switch to USB-C for charging and data transfer. Thanks to an EU mandatethe iPhone maker seems determined to remove the Lightning connector this year.

The dynamic island of the iPhone 14 Pro comes to the iPhone 15

9to5Mac shared the CAD renderings of the iPhone 15. They arrive just days after the iPhone 15 Pro renders have made their way to the internet and revealed all of their design changes. Unlike the Pro models, Apple isn’t planning any significant overhauls to the regular iPhone 15 lineup.

Based on the CAD renders, the iPhone 15 will have a slightly larger 6.2-inch screen than the 6.1-inch panel of the iPhone 14. This slight increase in size could be attributed to the upcoming shipment of the iPhone 14. iPhone with smaller bezels and adoption of Dynamic Island. It is unclear whether Apple plans to use ProMotion display panels on the iPhone 15 series.

Leak @URedditor also shared some photos of the iPhone 15, giving a clearer look at all the design changes.

Apple bringing Dynamic Island to the non-Pro iPhone 15 line this year will help push more developers to add support for it in their apps.

No major rear design change for the iPhone 15

The rear design of the iPhone 15 will not undergo any significant design changes. Apple apparently intends to keep the iPhone 14’s dual-camera layout on this year’s model. The camera bump could be slightly larger, but that’s not clear from the CAD renders.

Renders show the phone with physical power and volume buttons. This confirms the rumors that Apple will keep the proprietary capacitive buttons to the Pro Series this year.

While the CAD renders are for the iPhone 15, the same design changes should be applied to the larger iPhone 15 Plus.

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