The iPhone 15 is expected to incorporate yet another significant design element from the iPhone 14 Pro, according to rumors.

Reports suggest that the upcoming iPhone 15 will incorporate some notable features from the iPhone 14 Pro. One such feature is the inclusion of Dynamic Island and a powerful 48MP main camera. However, new information from a reliable Weibo user indicates that the standard iPhone 15 will also adopt a textured matte glass rear panel, departing from the glossy rear panel seen on its predecessor, the iPhone 14.

The decision to switch to a textured matte glass rear panel for the standard iPhone 15 is likely aimed at providing a more premium look and feel. Additionally, this change may hint at potential rear panel modifications for the iPhone 15 Pro and the highly anticipated iPhone 15 Ultra, both of which are rumored to feature a titanium frame.

Apart from the aesthetic considerations, the textured matte glass rear panels found on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max offer better grip compared to their standard counterparts. While personal preferences may vary between matte and glossy finishes, the adoption of this design element in the iPhone 15 indicates Apple's commitment to elevating the standard iPhone model.
It's important to note that not all features from the iPhone 14 Pro will make their way to the standard iPhone 15. For instance, the device is expected to retain the static 60Hz refresh rate seen on the iPhone 14, while the ProMotion technology with a variable refresh rate of 1-120Hz will be reserved for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra.

Furthermore, despite the rumored presence of a 48MP main lens on the base-model iPhone 15, advanced camera features from the iPhone 14 Pro may not be inherited by the standard variant.

If you have been considering the iPhone 14 Pro as a potential upgrade, it might be wise to wait for Apple's September reveal event to get a comprehensive understanding of the features and specifications of the iPhone 15.

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