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Apple will remove the physical button from the iPhone 15 Pro smartphone, know how the device will work

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Apple will launch its upcoming iPhone 15 series by the end of 2023.
According to reports, the iPhone 15 series will come with a buttonless design.
This will give Apple more room to put a bigger battery inside the device.

New Delhi. Apple will launch the iPhone 15 series by the end of 2023. It’s still a long time, but leaks have already started pouring in for the upcoming iPhones. Recently it was reported that the iPhones 15 will have support for USB-C charger. Now a new leak has surfaced, in which it is being said that Apple is planning to remove the physical button design in the upcoming phone. That is, the new device can come with a buttonless design.

As per the details shared by analyst Ming Chi Kuo, the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max models could come with a solid-state button design. Due to this, the users will respond with the touch of the users without pressing the button. Ming said Apple could use the same technology it used to upgrade the home button on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 in 2016.

Taptic Engine will be available in the device
A source says that the upcoming device will get Taptic Engine, which will be located on the left and right side of the device, to make users feel that they are pressing physical buttons. This will give Apple more room to put a bigger battery inside the device. The source suggested that the upcoming iPhones will have three Taptic engines instead of one vibration motor.

Devices will be equipped with A17 Bionic chipset
Apart from offering a solid-state button design, the iPhone 15 series is said to feature a USB-C port. Apple has reportedly also confirmed this. The Pro models will continue the punch-hole display design found on the iPhones14 this year. They will be powered by Apple’s next generation A17 Bionic chipset and will run on iOS 17.

Taptic engine is available in these devices
Note that currently the iPhone SE uses the Taptic Engine for its home button, and MacBooks use such technology for the clickability of their trackpad. The system works well in both the devices. In such a situation, apart from the cost of the motor, there does not appear to be any negative reason for Apple to cancel it.

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