The iPhone 15 is expected to feature an all-titanium body, with a glass back and a more rounded shape, similar to the iPhone 5C, replacing the current, straighter design of the iPhone 14. According to information released by the ShrimpApplePro profile, Apple’s next version will be something like this. .
It should be noted that the profile usually brings advanced news to the technology market. Although the page is well credible regarding these predictions, the owner of the profile claims that it is too early to guarantee that this is the next model to be launched by the Apple brand.
Titanium alloys last longer and are more scratch and drop resistant than aluminum. Despite the quality of the material, it is much more complicated to engrave something on its surface. According to the MacRumors website, Apple is looking for a new method of sandblasting, in order to give materials a more sophisticated look, with an intense sheen.
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MacRumors also indicates that this is not the first time that rumors have surfaced of an upcoming Apple launch where titanium will be the material used in the composition of the product, as this already happened before the launch of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. However, the information was not correct, as the cell phones were launched with aluminum and stainless steel in its composition.
If these rumors are true, this will be the first time that the company has used titanium in iPhone production. However, it would be unheard of for the tech giant, as the new Apple Watch Ultra is made of this material.
According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s post, there is also a rumor that the new iPhone will replace the on/off buttons and volume up/down buttons with hard keys on the Pro and Pro Max models. This change is similar to what happened to the physical home button that was used and became a new electronic standard.
Finally, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Marketing, Greg Joswiak, hinted that the next Apple version may come with a USB-C port, in order to meet the requirements of standardization in the European Union.
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