There should be minor visual changes in the iPhone 15 Pro series. Images posted by a user on the Chinese social network Weibo appear Alleged protective cases for Apple’s new premium smartphone.

In the photos, the iPhone 15 Pro’s power button and volume keys appear slightly lower on the side of the phone. Moreover at the bottom there is a larger space for USB-C ports, will replace the old Lightning connectors.

Another notable change on the iPhone 15 Pro is the new Action key, which will replace the Mute slider.. Above the volume buttons, the feature adopts a different format than the old “key”, which takes up less space.

According to rumors, new smartphone key will be multifunctional. Users will be able to set the phone as a shortcut for different actions as well as mute or turn it off.

Older leaks also suggest that the iPhone 15 Pro should have a titanium body and slightly curved side cladding. In addition, the phone may have thinner bezels than the previous generation.

iPhone 15 Pro Max with larger lens

A Twitter user shared images of the alleged iPhone 15 Pro Max protective cases. highlighted, accessories indicate that the module on the back will have larger photo sensors than the iPhone 14 Pro.

However, the piece that questions the accuracy of the material has a unified volume knob. According to industry sources, it is a detail that is not included in the appearance of Apple’s phone this year.

Following Apple’s traditional calendar, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro series are expected to be announced at the end of the third quarter of 2023. Until then, other leaks may reveal more details regarding the smartphone design.

Source: Tec Mundo

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