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31 Jul, 2023
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Apple's forthcoming iPhone 15 Pro is set to introduce some significant upgrades, including thinner bezels, a titanium frame, and a USB-C charging port, according to recent leaks.

The iPhone 15 lineup is rumored to bid farewell to the top notch, replacing it with the Dynamic Island, an interactive pill-shaped cutout previously seen in the iPhone 14 Pro. Additionally, the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max are expected to feature low-injection pressure over-molding (LIPO), resulting in a sleeker border measuring just 1.5 millimeters, down from 2.2 millimeters.

Furthermore, the transition to a USB-C charging port appears likely for the iPhone 15, potentially reducing the need for carrying multiple cords. The move aligns with the European Union's mandate that all smartphones and tablets sold in the region must feature a USB-C port starting in 2024, with laptops to follow suit two years later.

Camera upgrades and the A16 processor, already present in the iPhone 14 Pro, are also anticipated for the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. Meanwhile, the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max are said to have titanium edges, differentiating them from their previous stainless steel counterparts, and will feature the latest 3-nanometer chip.

In addition, there are rumors of an iPhone "Ultra" release aimed at the high-end segment of the market. Apple is likely to unveil the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro in September, sticking to its usual schedule.