Apple reportedly planning design changes for iPhone 15

The iPhone 15 will be given a new look, according to a new report.

Apple is reportedly planning to redesign the chassis of the smartphone and use a frame with more curved edges as it looks to differentiate between the iPhone 14 and older.

It’s the latest in a series of leaks and rumors about the new smartphone. As well as a new look, the iPhone 15 will reportedly have new cameras and a greater differential between the standard and Pro models. Apple is also reportedly planning to call the iPhone 15 Pro Max the iPhone 15 Ultra to conform with the Apple Watch Ultra naming convention.

Now, according to an image leak, the iPhone 15 will feature a new body from titanium. ShrimpApplePro says that this is a “very early” leak and adds that things could change. However, the image shows off more rounded edges and a return to form from Apple, with the design harking back to the iPhone 5c range.

Should the leak be correct, the iPhone 15 would be the first iPhone to use titanium as a body material. Apple previously used titanium on the new Apple Watch Ultra and its Apple Card, and previously used it on the PowerBook G4 computer.

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