Rumours about the iPhone 15 have been floating around for months, but recent leaks suggest a drastic upgrade from last year's model iPhone 14. We're here to break down all you need to know!

The iPhone 15 has the potential to be one of this generation’s most popular iPhones. This year, we have seen rather lacklustre demand for both iPhone 14 and 14 Plus models. Most customers are interested in iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max due to all the new upgrades such as the new 48MP camera, A16 Bionic chip, the Dynamic Island and a new display that have come to the iPhone 14 Pro models. But that may not be true with next year’s iPhone 15!

According to the leaks we’ve seen so far, it seems that Apple has geared up for a major mass market appeal with next year’s iPhone 15. Changes are expected to be big enough to warrant an upgrade from users of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13. Therefore, if you are eager to find out what the iPhone 15 series has in store for us then make yourself comfortable.

iPhone 15 Leaks: What you can expect?

The leaks for the iPhone 15 are few but you can get a pretty good idea of what to expect.


With a few tweaks, the iPhone 15 is expected to have largely the same design as the iPhone 14. iPhone 15 may spawn in two sizes – 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches with the same rear design but it’s on the front where things could get interesting. The notch is reported to be going away in favour of Dynamic Island. The notch is coming to an end with iPhone 14 on Apple devices unless iPhone SE 4 comes out with a redesigned iPhone XR!


With the iPhone 15, 60Hz OLED could continue on but there will be one change, the Dynamic Island. We have seen what this technology is capable of on the iPhone 14 Pro Max and it’s only evolving from here! Dynamic Island feature will be a free space for apps to throw their controls or notifications. This way you can multitask with ease!


The iPhone 15 is likely to be released with two different chips, one being the 3nm A17 chip for iPhone 15 Pro and another A16 Bionic 4nm chip which is currently with iPhone 14 Pro for the standard iPhone 15. This way Apple can keep production costs low while creating an even better reason for customers to switch to Pro variants.


You can expect the same camera sensor from last year’s iPhone 14 Pro handset to make its way to the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. However, it is possible that Apple will use the 48MP image sensor on their standard models and may decide to keep this feature exclusive to high-end models.


Apple could finally make the switch next year with iPhone 15 to have a USB-C port. The EU has mandated that all smartphones from mid-2024 must come with USB-C ports. The USB-C port on the iPhone is a potential game-changer for users. The addition of this feature could lead to faster data transfer speeds and make it compatible with universal chargers. Despite being heralded as a stopgap solution before the portless iPhones appear, USB Type C could actually provide some big benefits for iPhone users.