A new video shares what the iPhone 15 Pro might look like and includes rumored features such as a unified volume button.
The Hongyang Technology account shared a video via Douyin on Monday featuring a physical, metal model of what the iPhone 15 Pro could look like. It doesn’t add anything different from rumors, but it does provide a glimpse into what the new iPhone might look like in a person’s hand, rather than the 3D renderings some have created.
Rumors have claimed that Apple will switch from physical to “solid-state” buttons on some iPhone 15 models. Instead of physically moving, the buttons provide tactile feedback with hardware components that make the device vibrate to simulate a click.
Given legislation from the EU about standardizing ports on specific devices to USB-C, that rumor is pretty much a certainty. However, Apple doesn’t technically have to comply until December 28, 2024, with the iPhone 17.
As usual, Apple is expected to reveal the iPhone 15 lineup in the fall of 2023. Other possible features for the new phones include an A17 Bionic chip, Wi-Fi 6E, thinner bezels, and more memory.