There are still several months left before the launch of the iPhone 15 range on the international market but today, thanks to a couple of (unofficial) videos shared online by the Chinese sites Bilibili and Douyin (and republished on Twitter by ShrimpApplePro), we learn how they will be made – on front side – the future devices of Cupertino.
iPhone 15 Pro: this is how the screens will be
Let’s start with the Pro range; in the past we have read that the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max will have even smaller bezels around the panel and this should allow the company to increase the size of the panel.
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On the contrary, iPhone 15 and 15 Plus, even if they will no longer have the notch, will maintain the same aspect ratio and the same screen-to-bezel ratio that we have seen with iPhone 13 and 14. However, towards the edges they should be more curved, so similar to the iPhone 11 range.
From the rumors we also see that the Dynamic Island, as reiterated on several occasions,. it will be featured on all four models in the 2023 lineup. This should mark the end of the notch on the latest generation flagship iPhones.
Beware of the iPhone SE (2024) though, because it could still contain the notch and, perhaps, have an “iPhone 14” style design.
Source: Twitter ShrimpApplePro