Like every year, Apple will launch its iPhone series this year too, which will be called iPhone 15. It is being told that the company will bring a major upgrade to the top-end iPhone 15 Ultra. In this, you can see major changes like a periscope camera, a new titanium frame design, USB-C charging port, powerful and new A17 bionic chipset.
If you are eagerly waiting for the iPhone 15, then you should know that this model will be much better than the current iPhone 14. Along with this, there will be only a slight difference in the dimensions of the upcoming model as compared to the iPhone 14 Plus.
iPhone 15 Plus will be bigger than iPhone 14 Plus
In a new report from 9 to 5 Mac, it has been learned that the iPhone 15 Plus is said to be 160.87mm tall, 77.76mm wide, and 7.81mm thick. While the dimensions of the iPhone 14 Plus are 160.84mm tall, 78.07mm wide, and 7.79mm thick. This means that the iPhone 15 Plus will be slightly longer, thinner, and thicker than the iPhone 14 Plus. Apart from this, the camera bump on the back of the iPhone 15 Plus will also be thicker than the 14 Plus.
Larger display than iPhone 14 Pro in iPhone 15
Let us know that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro have a 6.1-inch display, while the CAD files suggest that the iPhone 15 may have a new 6.2-inch display. Although the display resolution and refresh rate are yet to be revealed, they can be expected in the iPhone 15 upgrade.
Information from the report
9to5Mac revealed some CAD images, which also show that the iPhone 15 will also not come with the new Dynamic Island notch design this year. Let us tell you that you get an I-shaped cut-out Dynamic Island in iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Apart from this, the iPhone 15 is also expected to have USB-Type C instead of the iPhone’s Lightning port. At the same time, it is also expected that Apple will keep the dual-camera setup on standard iPhones.