iPhone 15 Ultra look leaked! Check out the 2023 Apple flagship's new avatar
iPhone 15 Ultra, the top-end model of the next Apple Flagship, is expected to have some major changes in terms of design.
There is still a long way to go to the iPhone 15 launch, but the rumour mills have already started churning out reports. Every leak or rumour around the iPhone 15 series has added to the excitement. Undoubtedly, exclusive features such as Dynamic Island, a 48MP camera, and satellite connectivity on iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max make them stand apart. However, outside changes are barely there and in effect, it is still the iPhone 13 in all design aspects. Now, the 2023's Apple flagship is expected to change all that and roll out with a new design, features, and much more.
Some new rumours hint at significant changes in the design of the iPhone 15 Pro. Renders by AppleInsider reveal the look of this iPhone 15 Ultra. These renders show curved edges, dual-front cameras, and USB-C port. In effect, these hint at a complete overhaul of the iPhone design. The current flat-edged design was introduced with the launch of the iPhone 12 and since then, Apple has stuck to it with some trivial changes. According to the renders, the button edge will be curved, while the sides will remain flat.
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AppleInsider reported that “the back would still be made from glass so MagSafe and wireless charging could work. But the edges are rumoured to be made from titanium.” This will help the smartphone to be lighter.
Notably, earlier, it was rumoured that iPhone 15 Ultra will resemble the 2013 iPhone 5C.
The current flat-edged design was introduced with the launch of the iPhone 12 and since then, Apple has stuck to it with some trivial changes.
Apart from the iPhone 15 Ultra design, it is expected to have two selfie cameras, a Periscope telephoto lens at the back, and a USB-C port instead of the classic Thunderbolt. Moreover, Apple tipster Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed earlier that the iPhone 15 series may get solid-state buttons while replacing the physical volume and power buttons.