This should be a familiar concept to those who have followed the Apple world for a while, as the MacBook Pro and the older-generation iPhone come with a similar design language. For example, the decade-old iPhone 5C came with a flat display and curved back. Apple will take a page out of its old playbook and make it even more premium if it turns out to be accurate.
This isn’t the first time Apple has decided to go back to an old design. The flat body style of the latest iPhone models is similar to the iPhone 5/5S. And the curved frame design started with the iPhone 6 (the best-selling iPhone) and reached its peak with the iPhone 11.
So like the 5C? Idk. Will continue to look into it. pic.twitter.com/HZQHwwWPbl
— ShrimpApplePro 🍤 (@VNchocoTaco) November 20, 2022
iPhone 15 design
A tipster says Apple may switch from stainless steel to titanium with the iPhone 15 series. MagSafe doesn’t work with anything as well as it does with glass, so we don’t expect glass to go anywhere.
In theory, the super-premium titanium body on the upcoming iPhone should make them more durable than stainless steel ones. After all, the most rugged Apple Watch Ultra has a titanium body. However, as always, you should take this news with the traditional pinch of salt, as it is too early to take it too seriously.