Now a blogger has released a prototype of the iPhone 15 Pro, which looks pretty much the same as previously revealed, and some details of the body have been revealed again.
Judging from the model on display,The buttons on the side of the iPhone 15 Pro have been tweaked, prompting a slim button on the left side of the device that lets users control the volume of the device, rather than the current two separate button Settings. Above is a smaller element that may be the rumored mute function button rather than a switch.
As previously announced, Apple will change the physical button to a "solid state" button on some iPhone 15 models. Instead of physically moving, these buttons provide tactile feedback via hardware components that cause the device to vibrate to simulate a click.
In addition, the port at the bottom of the iPhone 15 Pro also looks wider than the current Lightning port, which Apple will include a USB-C port on its new iPhone models to replace.
While the iPhone 15 will have USB-C ports, the supply chain says Apple may implement its Made For iPhone (MFi) certification program for USB-C accessories, which grades charging cables and accessories.
This also means that Android's C-port cable on the iPhone 15 will likely retain basic charging capabilities, but no data transfer or other functions.