iPhone 15 Pro’s solid-state buttons may still work when battery is depleted

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Leaked iPhone 15 Pro images back up solid state button rumor


Render of new buttons on the iPhone 15 Pro models



A new rumor claims that Apple is adapting a super-low energy mode so that whether a battery is dead, or the phone is turned off, its new buttons can react to touch.

Apple’s A16 Bionic, and other A-series chips, already feature an energy-saving mode. It’s specifically designed so functions such as Find My and Apple Pay can work when a battery is so depleted that the phone has turned off.

“The new micro-processor that will ship in the 15 Pro models will not only manage those tasks,” claims leaker Anonymous A.S., “but will also be able to immediately sense capacitive button presses, holds, and even detect their own version of 3D Touch with the new volume up/down button, action (currently ringer switch) button, and power button, while the phone is dead or powered down.”

According to this leaker, while the low power mode and button sensing is set, Apple is still testing whether or not to add Haptic feedback to the controls.



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