The upcoming iPhone 15 Pro design was exclusively shared by 9to5Mac last month. We have since been gathering exclusive details from MFi accessory makers, as well as new detailed CAD obtained by 9to5Mac’s Max Weinbach.


It has been widely rumored that the iPhone 15 Pro will have a new titanium casing with rounded edges. The rounded edges should be noticeable in hand, as many users have complained about the current iPhone’s sharp edges.


Apple is once again increasing the size of the cameras on the iPhone 15 Pro in addition to the titanium frame. The camera bump is thicker, but the protruding lenses are the most noticeable change. The individual lens protrusion has more than doubled from the iPhone 14 Pro’s enormous camera.

In CAD files, the iPhone 15 Pro Max has a smaller camera protrusion; this could be due to a periscope camera, which is rumored to come exclusively with the larger Pro Max models this year. Therefore, the iPhone 15 Pro will have a larger camera bump than the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

If the size of the cameras is any indication, Apple’s gearing up for a significant upgrade with its next generation of cameras. The iPhone 15 Pro is rumored to feature an all-new sensor technology that will “capture more light and reduce overexposure or underexposure.”

USB Type-C:

Apple’s iPhone 15 models are also rumored to support USB-C. A prototype device’s USB-C port has a ribbed metal surround. The fastest charging will be limited to Apple-certified USB-C cables.

There will be no buttons or mute switch on the iPhone 15 Pro – it will have solid-state haptic and mute buttons. Two new haptic engines dedicated to simulating button presses will replace the buttons, according to the latest information.

According to 9to5Mac’s Filipe Esposito, the mute switch will also receive the haptic treatment and instead work as a push button; it remains to be seen how Apple will handle this new input.

Bezels on Apple’s new iPhone 15 Pro measure just 1.55mm, continuing Apple’s trend of shrinking them. There is also a subtle curve to the edges of both the front and back glass, which transitions seamlessly into the titanium frame.

As a result of the smaller bezels and the same overall screen size, the iPhone 15 Pro will be slightly smaller than the iPhone 14 Pro. Combined with the rounded edges, this should make holding the phone much more comfortable.

With a size of 70.46mm by 146.47mm and a thickness of 8.24mm, the iPhone 15 Pro measures slightly smaller than the iPhone 14 Pro at 71.45mm by 147.46mm.