Following the new rules of the European Union, Apple intends to use a USB-C port instead of the Lightning port in the iPhone 15 series. There have been a lot of rumors about the new iPhone port and now the first real image of the iPhone 15 Pro With USB-C port And its rumored new titanium design has been released.
The image provided by MacRumors shows the bottom of the iPhone 15 Pro, where the USB-C port can be seen next to two screws and speaker holes. In fact, this device will have the same layout as the current iPhone 14 Pro, only this time the USB-C port has been replaced by Lightning.
New iPhone 15 Pro design
In addition to revealing the USB-C port, this image could also include the first look at the new titanium design of the iPhone 15 Pro. In reports, it was said that Apple will launch the iPhone 15 Pro this year with a titanium design instead of stainless steel. This means the iPhone 15 Pro will have a matte finish like the Apple Watch Ultra instead of the current shiny stainless steel.
According to Unknownz21 On Twitter, which also shared the image, with the move to USB-C, Apple plans to replace the E75 Lightning controller with an E85 port controller.
Finally, it should be noted that although the iPhone 15 Pro is shown with a USB-C port in this image, Apple will equip all iPhone 15 series devices, including the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus as well as the 15 Pro Max. However, the mentioned design changes will be limited to iPhone 15 Pro models only.
Recently, an engineer managed to simultaneously equip a version of the iPhone with a Lightning port and USB-C to see the first USB-C iPhone in the form of an unofficial device before Apple.