As Apple is working hard towards the next generation iPhone 15 Series, 9to5Mac obtained renders of one of the handsets in this series – iPhone 15 Plus – revealing its body design.

As per them, the upcoming iPhone 15 Plus is seen to sport a Dynamic Island instead of a regular notch, making it the only big notable upgrade over its predecessor. Further, Apple has thinned the bezels and slightly smoother edges.

iPhone 15 Plus Renders Leaked

It’s usual that leaks of some kind would pour in for popular devices while they’re still in development, and Apple’s iPhone is no exception. Every year, when the OEM is working on a new generation, we see some form of leaks coming from being shared by everyone.

In this pursuit, we now see the renders of the iPhone 15 Plus, which is a part of the upcoming iPhone 15 Series. As shared by 9to5Mac, the leaked renders reveal the handset’s full body design, showcasing size, and structure not being much different from its predecessor.

Perhaps the major change we can see here is the induction of Dynamic Island – which Apple introduced in the iPhone 14 Series, which houses a number of features and is much more aesthetic than the regular notch. Users can perform a number of functions through this space and view live data for some activities.

Aside from this, the report noted its dimensions to be 160.87mm x 77.76mm x 7.81mm – making it slightly narrower and thicker than the iPhone 14 Plus. The same has been done for the rear camera too, which is now slightly thicker. Hopefully, this would help the OEM to induct bigger and better sensors.

With smooth edges for easy hand gripping, the iPhone 15 Plus is seen to sport thinner bezels than its predecessor. This gives more screen size to the users for better viewing.


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