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New i phone15 Exclusive Reveals Stunning Apple Design Decisions.

New iPhone 15 Exclusive Reveals Stunning Apple Design Decisions.


The most recent information provided by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo states that "unresolved technical issues before mass production" will prevent the next-generation iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max from having solid-state buttons.

Numerous sources claim that the new solid-state volume buttons on the iPhone 15 Pro will feature haptic feedback, much like the Home Button on the iPhone 7. Now, it appears that manufacturing difficulties are to blame for the iPhone 15 Pro's lack of solid-state buttons. In October,


Mechanical Buttons

Kuo stated that iPhone 15 Pro models would be equipped with solid-state buttons. He said that the two additional Taptic Engines in the iPhone would give haptic the feedback would look like the Home button on the iPhone 7 or the Force Touch trackpad on newer MacBooks to make it feel like you were pressing the buttons without actually making them move. However, he stated today in a Medium post that the gadgets will indeed have mechanical buttons.

There are rumors that the frames of the upcoming iPhone 15 The pro duo will be titanium rather than stainless steel. Additionally, reports guarantee that the Star models will change to strong state buttons, like what has been going on with the Home key iPhones of old.

An iPhone 15 Pro dummy unit that shows a slightly different button layout than the 14 series was obtained by someone. Now that it isn't a real rocker, the longer Volume rocker may make it easier to use.


Volume Buttons

"My most recent review demonstrates that because of irritating specialized issues before large-scale manufacturing, both very good quality iPhone 15 Ace models (Star and Master Max) will leave the intently watched the strong state button plan and return to the customary actual button configuration" composed by Kuo. It is muddled whether Apple will keep on utilizing a solitary, extended volume button, as was recently guessed, or whether a "customary" plan will mean there will be two volume buttons.

Due to the fact that the iPhone 15 Pro is still in the EVT development stage, Kuo stated that Apple still has time to make design changes. He believes that the change will have a "limited impact" on the Pro models' shipments and mass production schedule.

Solid-State Button Design Won't be Available

The reversal was also reported by the investment firm Haitong International Securities tech analysts Jeff Pu and Shelly Chou in Hong Kong. Analysts believe that the solid-state button design won't be available until the iPhone 16 series in 2024.

According to Kuo, this information is "unfavorable" to Cirrus Logic and AAC Technologies, two significant suppliers of components for the Taptic Engine that is related to the iPhone.

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