The iPhone 15 lineup is rumored to be wild. According to ShrimpApplePro on Twitter, the iPhone 15 models (read the non-Pros) will have a new camera bump. Comments on the article are lively, as the insider doesn’t go into further detail.

If the rumor is true, the new bump could mean several things. According to one rumor, the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will have the 48MP camera of the current Pros. Changing the back design to a rounded one could also cause a new bump.

The iPhone 15 will come in the same display sizes as the current iPhones (6.1″ and 6.7″). Additionally, they’ll likely inherit the Dynamic Island and get a USB-C port. In terms of the Pro models, we might see a 6.1-inch iPhone 15 Pro as well as a larger iPhone 15 Pro Max or iPhone 15 Ultra.

A rumor shared on Weibo suggests that Apple-unapproved accessories may not be compatible with the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro’s USB-C ports.

According to this rumor, Apple has developed its own variant of USB-C for this year’s iPhone 15, and it comes from a user who claims to be an integrated circuit expert with 25 years of experience.

Chips called integrated circuits (ICs) enables devices to share information. A small IC has been incorporated into Lightning ports and connectors since 2012, ensuring that the parts involved in the connection are genuine. For example, non-MFi-certified third-party charging cables do not feature this chip, resulting in “This accessory is not supported” warnings.

Apple is rumored to have developed a similar custom IC for its USB-C ports on the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro, as well as its charging cables. In addition to the iPhone 15, the new IC is reportedly intended for new MFi-certified peripherals.