Apple iPhone 14 launch is months away and we are already seeing a huge number of leaks regarding what it may be packing. Be that as it may, now another leak has just indicated that the iPhone 15 will borrow some important aspects of iPhone 14. The iPhone 15 leak says that it will purloin the display specs from the iPhone 14. iPhone 15 launch is slated for 2023. A report by Phone Arena, quoting consulting company Omdia, revealed that Apple might use the same dual hole-punch design for the displays in the iPhone 15 series which is tipped to feature on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max- the 2 premium iPhones in the series.
According to earlier leaks and renders, it was being surmised that Apple will bring a dual punch-hole display design with the iPhone 14 Pro models. If that actually comes to pass then it will be the first time that the company will ditch the notch style. Yes, in all likelihood, it is expected that pill and hole-shaped selfie camera cutouts will adorn the iPhone 14 Pro series. The Omdia report does suggest that Apple will bring this new display design not just to the Pro models, but also to the vanilla iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Max.
It's not just about the design, but the display size too. The report suggests that iPhone 15 display sizes will even remain the same for a second consecutive year, except for the standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 15, which are expected to grow from the current iPhone 13's 6.06-inches to 6.12 inches. Moreover, considering the tipped diagonal dimensions of the iPhone 15, Apple may even keep the resolution the same. Yes, it also means that the iPhone mini is not likely to make a comeback in 2023 either after having been dropped, for all intents and purposes, from the iPhone 14 series this year.
Having said all that, do know that this is all still in the realm of conjecture. Exactly what will be launched is not clear yet and Apple never provides any clarity on the subject and instead, keeps all things as secret as possible till the launch itself. So, patience is called for.
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