iPhone 15 Pro renders show thinner bezels, curvier design, USB-C port

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The iPhone 15 Pro is expected to launch alongside the Pro Max and two other models this fall, likely in September. And yet here we are in mid-February and we already seem to have the first speculative renders of the upcoming phone. These are CAD based so they are pretty rough around the edges, but still better than nothing.

Such CAD files are sent by Apple to accessory manufacturers in Asia ahead of the launch of new products so that they can have their products ready when the new iPhone becomes official. In this case (pun intended – read on), the CAD files these renders are based on are said to come from a Chinese casemaker who apparently got them first.

Okay, introduction aside, let’s see what’s new. The USB-C port is finally making it to iPhones this year, as you can see and as has been rumored many times. Then there is the new design, which makes the frame slightly curvier, and also seems to curve the glass into the frame. If this falls out, it will make the phone much easier to hold.

iPhone 15 Pro renders show thinner bezels, curved design, USB-C port

The camera bump on the back is apparently thicker than the iPhone 14 Pro’s, which could mean we’re in for further improvements in this area, possibly with larger sensors. The arrangement of the three cameras and the LiDAR scanner inside the camera island remains unchanged from last year.

iPhone 15 Pro renders show thinner bezels, curved design, USB-C port

The volume buttons may not be proper buttons anymore, but capacitive, as rumored before. The mute switch also received a redesign, being smaller and rounder than before. The iPhone 15 Pro’s screen size and resolution are expected to be similar, if not identical, to its predecessor, but the panel will have thinner bezels, so overall the new device will be marginally smaller. The dynamic island is still there and looks like the one in the iPhone 14 Pro.

iPhone 15 Pro renders show thinner bezels, curved design, USB-C port

These renders may not reflect “all aspects of Apple’s final design,” according to their source, so keep that in mind.


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