Here’s iPhone 15 CAD Renders
Updated: Feb 25
We now have fresh CAD-based graphic renderings of the future iPhone 15, which is scheduled to launch alongside the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra in early September 2023. We get a two-for-one deal here because it seems obvious that the iPhone 15 Plus will have the same general layout and design as the standard iPhone 15.
The CAD renderings of the pro model, which were previously revealed by 9to5mac, reveal a few significant modifications, including a slightly curved frame, much smaller bezels, and a larger and thicker camera bump. The fancy new Dynamic Island design, which offers an alternative to the punch-hole approach to front-facing cameras and Face ID sensors, will undoubtedly be used in the Apple iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. Therefore, whether you like it or not, the front of all four of the next iPhone 15 models will feature a cutout of Dynamic Island. It's used to add more utility to the user interface by displaying context-specific information and ongoing activities.
The USB Type-C port at the bottom of the iPhone 15 is another significant improvement. Although Apple technically still has time to adopt the change, it was willfully revealed that the switch will take place in 2023. By this point, most people have probably heard that escalating legislation around the world has essentially forced Apple out of the way and commanded an adoption of a universal charging port for all gadgets after 2024. The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, however, may receive a USB Type-C port with slower data transfer speeds, according to speculations.
On these brand-new renders of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, the physical power and volume buttons that will be present are another crucial design feature. Increasing rumours suggest that Apple may be replacing the hardware buttons on the next iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra versions with solid buttons that deliver haptic feedback rather than hardware "clicks," so yes, this is news.
It would be difficult to identify any precise modifications at the back. Sure, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will still include twin cameras in 2023, but that is not entirely unexpected given Apple's desire to distinguish between its entry-level and higher-end iPhone models.
Now, the iPhone 15 family is coming in September 2023, which is the usual time window during which we expect new iPhones. Aside from the aforementioned changes (Dynamic Island on all models, USB Type-C), we also expect the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra to score the new Apple A17 Bionic chipset, as well as possibly a periscope camera on the iPhone 15 Ultra. Meanwhile, the list of changes coming to the Apple iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus is shorter: those two will most likely score the Apple A16 Bionic chip from last year, as well as unchanged 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch sizes.