iPhone 15 Non-Pro Models will get Upgraded Cameras and a New Camera Bump Design

The iPhone 15 lineup is coming in about 7 months, and the latest rumour has pointed out that regular iPhone 15 models are set to receive a new camera bump.

There are several possible explanations for this change, with some speculating that the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will receive the impressive 48MP camera currently found on the Pro models. This would certainly result in a new camera bump design, as the larger camera sensor would require a different housing. Another possible reason for the change is the rumoured switch to a rounded back design for the iPhone 15, which could also necessitate a new camera bump design.

Regarding other specs, the iPhone 15 is expected to arrive in two display sizes, matching the current duo of 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch models. It is also likely that the iPhone 15 will inherit the Dynamic Island design and feature a new USB-C port. As for the Pro models, there are rumours of a 6.1-inch iPhone 15 Pro and a larger iPhone 15 Pro Max or even an iPhone 15 Ultra.

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