The upcoming iPhone 15, set to be released in the coming months, will reportedly undergo six major changes, some of which could be the most “radical” in recent years, according to Apple Hub, a page specialized in Apple product news.
In recent years, the iPhone has not seen significant changes in its design, but this year might mark a turning point, as suggested by Apple Hub.
The website mentioned that the iPhone 15, slated for release in September, will undergo the following six key changes: The iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max will utilize the new A17 Bionic chipset, while the iPhone 15 will continue to use the A16 Bionic chipset.
The exact features and enhancements brought by the A17 Bionic chip, which will serve as the device’s “main brain,” are not yet known.
The website suggests that the iPhone 15 will adopt USB-C charging, similar to Android phones.
This shift has long been anticipated due to the limitations of Apple’s proprietary Lightning port.
The upcoming iPhone 15 from Apple is expected to abandon the iconic mute switch located on the left side of the device.
This switch will be repurposed for different functions in the iPhone 15, as determined by the user, and will no longer be exclusively used for muting.
There are rumors that the iPhone 15 Pro models will replace stainless steel with titanium for the first time.
This change could result in a lighter and more durable design, potentially marking one of the biggest design overhauls in the iPhone lineup in years, signaling the end of the stainless steel era that began with the iPhone X in 2017.