Apple iPhone 15 Plus is likely to launch later this year and the iPhone 15 line may comprise four models, similar to what we saw in 2022. The vanilla iPhone 15 may be unveiled alongside the iPhone 15 Plus, the iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max. After showing renders of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro, a new 9to5Mac report mentions details of the CAD models for the iPhone 15 Plus, and the model is likely to adopt the Dynamic Island that was missing in last year’s iPhone 14 Plus.
The iPhone 15 series is likely to sport the same display size as the iPhone 14 series. However, the iPhone 15 Pro Max model may bear the ‘Ultra’ moniker; Samsung also uses the Ultra moniker for its super-premium flagship Galaxy S models. CAD files are sent by Apple to accessory makers in Asia ahead of the launches of new products, with an aim to have their readied products when the new iPhone lineup is officially unveiled.
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The report also added that Apple’s next entire iPhone 15 lineup will have the Dynamic Island and that the notch will no longer be a “feature” of any current-model iPhone. The bezels are also slimmer on the iPhone 15 Plus than on the iPhone 14 Plus.
As per a previous report by 9to5Mac, there are some notable changes in the iPhone 15 Pro when compared with last year’s iPhone 14 Pro and the biggest change is the swapping of Apple’s Lightning port with the USB-C charging port, again based on the CAD renders. Similar to the current model, the USB-C port has been placed at the bottom, next to the bottom-firing speaker, as per the render.
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To recall, the iPhone 14 lineup was launched in September last year. The price of the iPhone 14 in India was set at Rs 79,900 and the iPhone 14 Plus was set at Rs 89,900, at the time of launch.
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