iPhone 15 Plus renders show off svelte new design and Dynamic Island
We’ve seen a fair share of iPhone 15 Plus renders in the past few weeks, and each one of them has given us a tiny glimpse into what Apple’s next flagship smartphone might look like. The latest batch of renders, courtesy of XDA Developers, show off a svelte new design for the iPhone 15 Plus, complete with a Dynamic Island.
The Dynamic Island is said to be a new feature that will allow the iPhone 15 Plus to have a smaller footprint while still housing all of the same internals as the current iPhone 12 Pro Max. This is made possible by a new injection-molded plastic backing that will be used on the iPhone 15 Plus. This plastic backing is said to be much lighter and more durable than the glass backings used on the current generation of iPhones.
Another new feature that these renders show off is a smaller camera bump. The camera bump on the iPhone 15 Plus is said to be noticeably smaller than the one on the current iPhone 12 Pro Max. This is likely due to the use of a new, more efficient camera sensor.
Lastly, these renders also reveal that the iPhone 15 Plus will come with a USB-C port instead of the Lightning port used on current iPhones. This is a welcome change, as it will allow for faster charging speeds and easier compatibility with a wider range of accessories.
All in all, these latest renders give us a much clearer picture of what the iPhone 15 Plus might look like. And if Apple can deliver on even half of the features that are being rumored, then the iPhone 15 Plus is shaping up to be one of the most impressive smartphones of the year.