The iPhone 14 series featured a shiny glass back that made fingerprints more visible. Some users prefer it, while others don’t. As per some recent pieces of information, it appears that the iPhone 15 and the iPhone 15+ will feature frosted back glass.
The frosted back glass will be found on the iPhone 15 & iPhone 15 Plus
In simple words, you can understand the term frosted with matte. A matter covering indicates that the fingerprint won’t be much visible on the phone’s back. The above-mentioned information has been sourced from a tipster named Unknown21.
When it comes to the accuracy of the information, the Unknown21 tipster is not the first one to share it. In other words, the tipster sort of confirmed it. There is no information on whether the frosted back glass will be available only on the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus series or whether all members of the series will feature it.
The iPhone 15 series is rumored to debut on September 12 or 13. The devices will be available for pre-order from September 15. Sales will begin on September 22. Although nothing has been formally confirmed, Mark Gurman, who frequently gets Apple-related news right, is the source of this information. If the rumors are accurate, the launch ceremony will occur in around a month.
All models of the iPhone 15 will have Type-C USB connectors and Dynamic Island
All members of the upcoming iPhone 15 series will feature Type-C USB ports. They will be the first smartphones to feature it. Besides this, all models will feature Dynamic Island. The Pro models will arrive with some outstanding features including thin bezels, improved material for the case (titanium), improved cameras, and more. The new series is expected to be more expensive than the previous series. The Pro models are expected to be around $100–200 more expensive. Furthermore, a 48-megapixel camera will be available on the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus.
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