iPhone 15 Pro display information leaked and it reportedly shows off its super thin bezels, hitting 1.55mm. What more? Continue reading to find out.
iPhone 15 Pro Display Leaked
the iPhone 15 rumors and leaks continue to come at a really steady rate. And the latest sneak preview of the phone we have is of the screen components for the smartphone which reportedly shows off the super-thin display bezels appearing apparently on the iPhone 15 pro models in particular.
These images in question that are supposedly showing the glass heading to the iPhone 15 models come courtesy of Ice Universe, a well-known tipster. We have at the moment got shots of the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max devices, including some iPhone 14 screens for comparison.
The iPhone 15 Pro Max Would Have the Thinnest Bezels of Any Phone That Has Ever Been Made
You may however remember that the very same source prior to this claimed that the iPhone 15 Pro Max would have the thinnest bezels of any phone that has ever been made, thus coming in at a mere 1.55 millimeters (0.061 inches) and it now looks like the iPhone 15 Pro will get to match that.
The iPhone 15 will Copy the Bezel Size Of The iPhone 14 Pro
The iPhone 15 according to the leaker will get to copy the bezel size of e iPhone 14 Pro at 2.1mm (0.083 inches), while the bezels on the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone Pro Max, on the other hand, will be thinner. These changes which seem small are not easy to see in these leaked images though.
We also heard that the new iPhone 15 headsets are going to be coming with more rounded edges which as it now seems should add to the aesthetic appeal of the phones unless you rather were a fan of the flat and straighter-edged look of the most recent models.
The WWDC 2023 Event
Around September, all regarding the device should have been revealed as this is the time Apple unveils its new phone traditionally. And just before that, we have got the WWDC 2023 event stipulated to take place in June, where we are expecting to hear all of the gists and details of the upcoming iOS 17.
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