Tech enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating the launch of the iPhone 15 Pro, which is expected to debut alongside the Pro Max and two other models in September. However, leaked CAD-based renders of the upcoming smartphone have already surfaced, giving us a glimpse of what we can expect.
According to the renders, the iPhone 15 Pro will finally come equipped with a USB-C port, a much-requested feature from iPhone users. The design of the phone is also said to be curvier, making it easier to hold, with a glass frame that curves into the device’s frame.
One of the most noticeable changes is the camera bump on the back, which is thicker than that of the iPhone 14 Pro, suggesting potential improvements in camera technology. However, the arrangement of the three cameras and LiDAR scanner remains unchanged from last year.
Other rumored changes include capacitive volume buttons, a redesigned mute switch, and thinner bezels that will make the overall device size slightly smaller. The Dynamic Island, a notable feature of the iPhone 14 Pro, is expected to make a return with no apparent changes.
It’s important to note that these renders may not accurately reflect all aspects of the iPhone 15 Pro’s final design, so we’ll have to wait for more leaks to confirm these details. Nonetheless, these leaks have given us an exciting sneak peek at what’s to come.