Many iPhone fans have been eager to hear what the upcoming iPhone 15 will be like. A number of design rumors have been floating around.

Those rumors may be unfounded, but it’s important to keep an eye on consistent leaks. Back up your device with Tenorshare ReiBoot before installing iOS 15.5 or any new update to avoid data loss.

Software Updates

Apple has already rolled out a few iOS updates to the iPhone 15 this year, including the latest version of the OS, which features security fixes. iphone 15 You can download the new iOS in the Software Update section of your Settings app.

A respected display analyst has hinted that Apple will upgrade the iPhone 15’s Display Driver Chip to a smaller process in 2023, but won’t be upgrading it to support 120Hz refresh rates on the standard model, as many other Android smartphones have. He says that “the supply chain can’t deliver a 120Hz/LTPO on the ‘pill-shaped’ LCD.”

According to rumors, the iPhone 15 Pro models will get an action button that doubles as a mute switch, a feature that may help them stand out from the iPhone 14 Pro range. CAD renders have also shown these phones with USB-C ports instead of the Lightning connector, which could allow them to offer faster data transfer speeds and support 4K monitors for pro users.

Another rumor suggests that the iPhone 15 Pro will come with Wi-Fi 6E, which could enable Gigabit Ethernet connections and support for MagSafe accessories. Ming-Chi Kuo claims that the Pro models will also get support for Thunderbolt 3 for 40Gbps data transfers and better charging.

Camera Continuous Autofocus

Depending on the mode you select, continuous autofocus will attempt to maintain focus on your subject even as they move or track them if you are using tracking or dynamic autofocus. This is accomplished by focusing on a number of focal points and then continually evaluating them for contrast differences as your subject moves around.

You can’t directly re-enable continuous autofocus while recording video, but you can press both the record button and one of the physical volume buttons (on the iPhone itself or on Apple-compatible wired earbuds / headphones) to quickly stop and then start the recording, thereby re-enabling continuous autofocus. This isn’t ideal for video as it can cause a small gap in the audio, but it does work and may be sufficient for your needs.

AirPods Compatibility

Apple’s wireless AirPods are convenient, but they are small and easy to lose. Luckily, the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max have an electronic tether that keeps your buds within range. Moreover, iOS 15 can make the earbuds vibrate when they get too close to your iPhone.

The upcoming iPhone 15 will reportedly ditch the stainless steel frame for a titanium one. Titanium is stronger than stainless steel but much lighter, and it’s said to be resistant to dents and dings. Apple already uses titanium for its Watch line, and it may design new shades of the material for the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max.

If the rumors are true, the iPhone 15 could be the toughest iPhone ever made. However, it’s not expected to come cheap. Apple currently sells the cheapest iPhone, the iPhone SE, for $399. The iPhone 15 is expected to start at $1199.

Moreover, the device could be among the first to use a USB-C port. A new version of the AirPods is also rumored to be in production, along with a charging case that supports USB-C. Apple might release these accessories ahead of the iPhone 15 to boost sales and encourage customers to switch to a newer model. The rumors also suggest that the upcoming iPhone will support Bluetooth 5 technology, which is capable of supporting more devices and providing improved data transfer speeds.