According to rumors there is a possibility that the iPhone 15 Pro Max will feature a dual punch hole design, and it will also be thinner. Also, the phone is expected to use titanium in place of stainless steel.

Titanium is lighter and stronger than stainless steel. Therefore, this change should make the new iPhones feel more light and easy to carry. It will also feature USB-C for faster charging.

Gesture Controls

There’s an abundance of different ways you can interact with your iPhone. Apple offers a handful of gestures that are pre-built, and there are a variety of third-party apps that you can download to provide an additional level of functionality.

As an example, you may utilize a two-finger swipe in order to enlarge the screen or move your fingers closer together to zoom out. It is also possible to access notifications by dragging down from at the top of your display while you switch between landscape and portrait view by using a swipe of two fingers on either side of the camera the notch.

Apart from multifinger gestures, new iPhones offer Reachability and other capabilities that let you manage your phone using just the use of just one hand. To create a custom gesture, simply tap AssistiveTouch before you can customize the settings you want to use by clicking Custom. As the blue dots appear on the screen, touch and drag them around to create the custom swipe gesture. Then, you can name the gesture, and apply it in the future.

Screen Size

The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max Both feature 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch displays, respectively. And the sizes will remain the same for the new iPhone 15 series. An CAD rendering by 9to5Mac basing on specifications that were sent to manufacturers of cases shows four iPhone 15 models with the same display sizes, including the two 6.1-inch in size and two 6.7-inch variations.

This doesn’t mean you can’t expect that the iPhone 15 Pro won’t get any upgrades. According to tipster ShrimpApplePro and his fellow tipter OreXda The new iPhone 15 Pro will still include the Dynamic Island that is always on, the True Tone display, a 2048×3096 resolution, 120Hz refresh speed, and the ability to display HDR content.

In addition, the Pro-exclusive notch is expected to make way for a dual-punch design that can accommodate notifications, app information, and more. But these aren’t the only changes expected to be made to the iPhone 15. It’s also rumored that standard iPhone 15 phones will finally feature high-refresh rates LTPO display, which is something midrange Android competitors have.

Body Materials

Since the beginning, the Pro models of the Apple iPhone collection have been coated with stainless steel, which can make them stronger but weighty. Apple expects to switch this for titanium this year which is lighter and more durable.

It should make it possible for the ip 15 pro max feel much more comfortable in the hand, and will also be less prone to smudges from fingerprints. There’s no explanation for why Apple makes this shift, but they have long been known to push the boundaries of their designs which is why it’s a surprise if they stuck with the similar stainless steel frame used for the regular iPhone 14 series.

The Twitter leaker ShrimpApplePro is a reputable history and has claimed that the new iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max are going to have a premium titanium body. It will also create a noticeable lighter weight than their stainless steel or aluminum equivalents. Computer-aided design renders have demonstrated phones with slimmer bezels surrounding their screens too.


If you’ve owned an iPhone for the past couple of years, you may have noticed the battery’s lifespan is little underwhelming. This is a significant factor for people considering upgrading, especially since rival phones with bigger batteries are being launched.

A new report suggests that Apple is planning to give its new iPhone 15 and Pro series smartphones with much larger battery capacity. The Chinese journal IT Home cites an anonymous Foxconn source who claims the iPhone 15 and Pro models are expected to have 18 percent more power.

The larger battery will be complemented by improved chips’ performance, which could additionally help to reduce the amount of power consumed. The TSMC-manufactured Bionic chip is based on a 3nm technology, which is a 35 percent improvement over the older 4nm silicon in the A16 chip.

Another rumor suggests that the iPhone 15 receiving USB-C, as well as Thunderbolt 3. This could speed up data transfer and should further reduce the time between charges.