Apple iPhone 15 Series Will Have Titanium Frame, All-Screen Design, No Cutouts, and Thinner Bezels | Full Story

Apple is preparing to launch the iPhone 15 series with an all-screen  design, no cutouts, and thinner bezels, moving closer to the "dream  iPhone."

The iPhone 15 Pro models will feature major camera upgrades and will be powered by the A16 chip. There are also talks of replacing the Lightning  connector with USB-C.

iPhone 15 Pro models may adopt a new technology called low-injection pressure over-molding (LIPO) for thinner bezels.

Apple is considering using titanium frames in iPhone 15 Pro models to reduce weight, potentially leading to a price increase.

All four iPhone 15 models will feature the Dynamic Island design, removing the notch and offering improved chip performance.

Touch-sensitive buttons with haptic feedback (codenamed Bongo) were canceled for the Pro models due to engineering and cost issues.

The Apple event for the official unveiling of the new devices (iPhone 15 series and Apple Watch) is expected to take place in mid-September.

The new Apple Watch lineup includes Series 9 models and a  second-generation Apple Watch Ultra, featuring the new S9 processor for improved speed.

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