Dynamic island to grace the entire iPhone 15 range, titanium frame expected in Pro models
This September Apple fans are traditionally expecting the next generation of iPhones to be unveiled. No details are available form the company yet, bit, as usual, rumors are in the air. For instance, the Dynamic Island feature which premiered on iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will become a permanent fixture on all iPhone 15 models. It’s used to display notifications, interact with other apps and manage music-related activities. The border width is also rumored to be smaller, going down to 1.5 mm, while the 60Hz rate display will be preserved, unlike the AOD feature.
Another suggestion is that the volume and mute buttons in the iPhone 15 Pro range will be replaced by a single slender button powered by a pair of built-in Taptic Engine motors. The iPhone Pros will also likely come in a titanium alloy frame, unlike the regular stainless-steel models. Titanium will endow them with greater durability and make the devices lighter.
Yet another report suggests that Apple’s traditional Lightning port is likely to be replaced with a USB-C charging port in order to comply with EU laws.