iPhone 15 series screen details appear online


Apple iPhone 15 periscope lens

The latest generation of iPhone is the iPhone 13 series. This series comes with the notch display which Apple introduced in the 2017 iPhone X. This means that the latest iPhone 13 series is using a 5-years old display design. However, on the iPhone 13 series, Apple reduced the size of the notch. This makes it different from the previous generation of notch displays. However, on the iPhone 14 series, Apple will use a new display design. Although the iPhone 14 series will launch later this year, we already have reports on the iPhone 15 series.

iPhone 15 series may use the USB-C port

iPhone 15 series – a USB Type-C model

According to the report, the iPhone 14 is expected to be launched in the second half of this year. This series will have four models. Among them, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will retain the old notch design. However, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will come with a new pin + pill shape dual punch hole.

On the iPhone 15 series, the notch screen will be completely replaced by a pill-shaped punch-hole screen, and the screen size will be consistent with the iPhone 14 series. This means that the iPhone 15 use a 6.1-inch screen while the iPhone 15 Pro Max and iPhone 15 Max features a 6.7-inch screen. According to reports, the display of the iPhone 15 Pro will not have a punch-hole but will use an on-screen camera. Furthermore, the Face ID sensor will also be under the display.

However, since the iPhone 15 series will launch next year, it is still early to conclude that this device will use an under-screen camera design. In fact, it is too early to draw conclusions, we can only speculate for now. In addition, the iPhone 15 series should use the USB Type-C data interface and completely ditch the Lightning interface. The EU is actively promoting the USB Type-C interface unification plan. It will be the general trend for the iPhone 15 series to adopt the USB Type-C interface.

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