In a surprising leak, an image of what appears to be the next generation of the iPhone has emerged online. The image shows an iPhone with a sleek titanium design and a USB-C port, a departure from the traditional Lightning port used on previous models.
The image was first posted on Twitter by a user who is known for leaking accurate information about upcoming Apple products. While the image’s authenticity has not been confirmed, it has generated a lot of excitement among tech enthusiasts and Apple fans.
The image shows the phone with a thinner bezel and no notch, suggesting that Apple may have found a way to integrate the front-facing camera into the display. It also looks like the camera module on the back is bigger, which could improve the phone’s camera.
If the leak is true, this will be a big change for Apple, which has for a long time used its Lightning port to charge and transfer data. A move to USB-C would make it easier for users to connect their iPhones to a broader range of devices, as many laptops and other devices now use the USB-C standard.
Using titanium in the phone’s design would also be a departure from the aluminum and glass materials used in previous models. It could potentially make the phone more durable.
Even though Apple hasn’t said anything about the leak yet, the iPhone 15 Pro will likely be released in the fall of 2023, when the company usually does it. As with all rumors and leaks, it’s important to take this information with a grain of salt, but the possibility of a USB-C port and a titanium design has certainly piqued the interest of Apple fans worldwide.