Apple abandoning Dynamic Island on the next iPhone 15 already!?

Recent reports and leaks claim that the forthcoming iPhone 15 series lineup would have a fresh design update with a camera cutout front camera instead of the pill-shaped/dynamic island design.

This also clears the whole issue proving their complete departure from the conventional notch seen in earlier models. Both the basic iPhone 15 and the iPhone 15 Pro are said to come with this redesigned feature.

Looking further into the future, it is also anticipated that the iPhone 16 Pro would use a single punch-hole camera design in place of the current pill-shaped cutout, which would represent another significant design change. 

Another rumor is that the iPhone 16 Series will employ a new baseband that was internally built by Apple (originally intended for the iPhone SE 4). This would be a considerable shift from earlier models’ reliance of Qualcomm’s basebands. This could result in better connectivity and higher data speeds by giving Apple more control over the modem’s functionality and capabilities.

All of this is merely rumor and information that has leaked through the supply chain, so until official announcements, it is best to treat it with caution. It’s important to keep in mind that Apple has yet to confirm any information about the iPhone 15 or iPhone 16 series, and the information provided here has not been verified by an official source. As a result, the new iPhones’ release date, features, and design may differ from what is currently rumored.


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