There will be another premiere for the iPhone 15 Pro: Unlike before, the group is probably planning changes to the side buttons. New, unified volume buttons are to come. The classic mute switch is also apparently being replaced by a new concept.
iPhone 15 Pro: Apple changes volume buttons
A manufacturer of certified Apple accessories has revealed that the group has dispensed with a well-known concept, at least with the iPhone 15 Pro. Unlike before, there should be no separate buttons to increase and decrease the volume on the phone. Instead, users expect a new, unified button. It works both ways depending on where it’s pressed.
There have been rumors in this direction before. According to them, Apple will new Solid state keys with haptic feedback similar to the home button introduced with the iPhone 7. Apple could do without moving parts (source: 9to5Mac).
That being said, Apple is also said to have the classic mute button revamp for his next Pro iPhone. The mute switch is to be replaced by a new and also capacitive push button.
That being said, the next few iPhones will feature some minor design updates. Apple has to say goodbye to the Lightning connector in favor of USB-C. In addition, the Camera hump a bit larger and the edges a bit thinner stand out.
At the size of iPhone 15, 15 Plus, 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max however, nothing should change. The cut-out at the top of the screen on the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will probably be exchanged for a Dynamic Island.
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iPhone 15 Pro with more memory
The iPhone 15 Pro (Max) should differ from its predecessor not only in terms of design, but also in terms of its inner features. For the first time, Apple could rely on 8 GB of RAM. If you also want a periscope lens with a better optical zoom, you have to go for the top model iPhone 15 Pro Max.