There are still a few months until the release of Apple's iPhone 15 series, but various rumors and leaks about this new machine have been emerging. Recently, Lew, the host of the YouTube channel Unbox Therapy, showed a model of the iPhone 15 Pro Max, confirming many of the previously rumored changes and features of the new phone.
The iPhone 15 Pro Max model shows that there are some obvious changes in the design of the new machine. First of all, the side of the fuselage has a brushed metal effect, and the back has a matte texture, which can increase the grip and anti-slip performance. Since the new phone is thicker than the iPhone 14 Pro Max, the rear camera bump will be reduced, and it will also free up more space for the battery.
Secondly, no surprises, the iPhone 15 Pro Max uses the USB-C interface, which means that Apple will finally give up its own Lightning interface. This is mainly due to pressure from government agencies such as the European Union, because they require mobile phone manufacturers to use USB-C uniformly. interface. However, Apple is said to have included a chip in the USB-C interface, and only MFI-certified data cables can support faster charging and data transfer speeds. The European Union has objected to this and introduced new rules, but they will not come into force for several years.
Again, the mute switch on the iPhone 15 Pro Max model becomes a customizable action button, similar to the action button on the Apple Watch Ultra.
Finally, the screen border of the iPhone 15 Pro Max model has been significantly narrowed. It is reported that the width of the front border (black border) is only 1.57mm, and the width of the body is 76.66mm, which makes the screen ratio higher. shrink.
As for the internal configuration of the iPhone 15 Pro Max, it is expected to be equipped with an A17 bionic chip based on a 3nm process.
According to some sources, the iPhone 15 Pro series could cost $100 more than the iPhone 14 Pro series. That said, the iPhone 15 Pro could cost $1,099, while the Pro Max could cost $1,199.
What IT Home needs to remind is that these are only current speculations and revelations, and do not represent facts. We still have to wait until Apple officially releases the iPhone 15 series to know the answer.