iPhone 15 Pro Leak Hits at Unified Button for Volume and Mute
The rumors of the unified volume and mute button on the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max have been proven true, as CAD images were shared in a video on the China-based TikTok and tweeted by ShrimpApplePro.
An image of what is purported to be the CAD design for the buttons of the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro has been leaked.
For the iPhone 15 Pro models, it is anticipated that a single long button will be featured in lieu of distinct buttons for volume up and down. The mute switch that has existed since the first iPhone in 2007 is expected to turn into a button that can be pushed to make the iPhone’s ringer either silent or audible.
Rumors suggest that the iPhone 15 Pro models may feature solid-state design for both volume and mute buttons. In lieu of physical movement, haptic feedback from two separate Taptic Engines is expected to be used to mimic the sensation of pressing the buttons. This technology is much like the Home button on the current iPhone SE and the Force Touch trackpad on certain MacBooks.
It is anticipated that the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will feature two physical volume buttons and a mute switch, as depicted in the video’s CAD images. As is customary, Apple is expected to announce their entire iPhone 15 series in September.
The tech reviewer Sonny Dickson has recently supplied more evidence of purported front glass panels for the upcoming iPhone 15 series. The images echo the initial leak that indicated the Pro models would feature thinner bezels and the Dynamic Island would extend to the regular iPhone 15.
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