Since Apple released all four of the iPhone 14 models, iPhone 15 speculations have begun to pick up steam. A week or two ago, a reliable source revealed in a leak that the iPhone 15 Ultra’s titanium casing gives it increased durability. It transpires that they have other plans for strengthening as well.
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The 2023 Pro iPhone 15 models, according to Apple Insider Ming-Chi Kuo, would replace their physical volume rockers and power keys with static capacitive haptic-geared sensors, similar to what we saw in the iPhone 7 from 2016. The IP ratings could increase significantly as a result of this trade-off.
Users won’t be able to push the capacitive keys; instead, the haptic motors’ tactile feedback will satisfy their desire for a real click. In addition to the current Taptic engine, Kuo claims that the next-generation lineup includes three auxiliary motors. They will simulate the sensation of real keys when strategically positioned beneath the static sensors.
Additionally, Kuo notes that in the upcoming year, it is anticipated that the Taptic engine supply for Apple’s new iPhone model phones would increase by 80–100%. Since Apple sets trends, Android businesses will attempt to do the same. The motor vendors Luxshare ICT and AAC anticipate a sharp increase in sales.
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Enthusiasts anticipate that the iPhone 15 Pro Max will be renamed 15 Ultra (the lineup’s top phone), in addition to having non-protruding keys. One of the earliest clues pointing to the 15 Ultra’s supposed kingdom of the 15-series is the titanium chassis.
In 2023, when most manufacturers would be impacted by the execution of European rules, forcing them to adopt Type-C ports, Apple may not have a choice but to comply or completely abandon the charging connector.