As we inch closer to the highly anticipated launch of the Apple’s upcoming iPhone 15 lineup in September, more and more information regarding the device’s design aspects are coming to light. Most recently, a set of purported videos on the Chinese video-sharing app Douyin leaked a compilation of iPhone 15 glass fronts.
The video from the leak, shared by ShrimpApplePro, shows off three separate glass panels that could make up some of the display differences between the different iPhone 15 models set for release.
The left panel presumably belongs to the iPhone 15 Pro and features a standard display size with significantly thinner bezels compared to the iPhone 14 Pro. The panel in the middle most likely will be the front glass panel for the iPhone 15 Pro Max. It shares the same Dynamic Island design as the Pro with a larger screen space offering more emphasis on the ultra-thin bezels.
The third panel is distinct in that it has comparatively thicker bezels. This design appears to have been taken from the iPhone 14 with the addition of the all-new Dynamic Island making its way to non-pro versions of the iPhone 15.
Not only will the thinner bezels and subtle curve offer an aesthetically pleasing look to the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, but it’ll also give users an immersive experience when engaging with their device.
Due to the leak coming from Chinese video-sharing app, many speculated if involves any additional Chinese-centric hardware that might make its way to the iPhone 15 lineup.
We know for a fact that there won’t be too many surprise Chinese hardware in the iPhone 15 due to the news recently coming from 9to5Mac. The site has released several exclusive stories within the past few weeks including details on the CADs for the iPhone 15, the thinner ‘curved’ design, rumors of unified volume buttons and the very first look and colors of the iPhone 15 Pro.
It would be interesting to get people’s thoughts and opinions on the new front glass panels set to be used in the iPhone 15 lineup. With the higher screen to bezel ratio, do you think the Pro models will be the way to go in terms of offering a more premium experience? Share your feedback in the comments below.