The iPhone 15, the subject of intense rumors and speculation, promises a few new features when it is announced in September. The Ice Universe leaker recently shared new information about it.
The iPhone 15, expected next September, is at the heart of many rumors on the web. Thanks to an alleged leak from a supplier, the famous leaker Ice Universe shared potential information about the device screen on Twitter. The details look promising.
Ice Universe suggests, thanks to a photo of the supposed iPhone 15 screen, that the new device could come with even thinner bezels than previous models. The iPhone 15 Pro Max, in particular, is said to feature the thinnest bezels ever seen on a smartphone.
The leaker also shared CAD drawings of the iPhone 15 last February, confirming previous rumors and adding substance to his claims.
Disappearance of the cutout: towards an evolution of the interface?
Another detail attracts particular attention. According to Ice Universe, the iPhone 15 has no cutouts on its screen. This confirms another rumor circulating since last year. Ross Young, an analyst who specializes in displays, suggested that the feature Dynamic Islandintroduced with the iPhone 14 Pro, would be extended to the entire iPhone 15 range.
To be able to implement this UI feature, Apple would have to change the iPhone screen cutouts. The disappearance of the cutout on the iPhone 15, mentioned by Ice Universe, therefore corroborates this hypothesis.
Prediction or premonition?
Obviously, these rumors should be taken with some caution. However, Ice Universe has gained some credibility in the industry thanks to the accuracy of its previous leaks. Notably, he successfully predicted a notch reduction on the iPhone 13.
Despite this, nothing will be official until Apple presents its new iPhones next fall. That’s when we’ll know if these predictions are correct, and if the iPhone 15 truly represents the new era of smartphone that these rumors portend.
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