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iPhone 15 Pro, news on the design of the next Apple device

L’iPhone 15 Pro e l’iPhone 15 Pro Max will bring with them a series of novelties on the design and functionality of the phone itself. One of the latest is that devices shouldn’t have i solid state keys, which is a system of Taptic motors located on the left and right inner sides. They are able to give the user feedback similar to that of a physical key. It therefore refers to a system similar to the one already adopted by the company with the iPhone 7. Why was this decision made?

That’s why the iPhone 15 Pro won’t have solid-state keys

Second analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max will have unanimity about the functionality of the device: they will not have solid-state keys. The reason is that there have been Technical Problems not fixed before mass production of the device.

It was Ming-Chi Kuo himself who said that these models of the new iPhones that will be released next fall would have solid-state keys. Also adding that two Taptic Engine add-ons within the device would provide a tactile feedback to simulate the sensation of pressing buttons without them physically moving. Similar to the Home button on the iPhone 7 or the Force Touch trackpad on newer MacBooks. However, today the analyst said that the next iPhones they will have physical buttonsdespite Apple’s attempts.

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Despite this, Kuo himself said that Apple still has time to change the design of the new iPhone. Since the device remains in the development stage EVT. The reversal has also been reported by technology analysts Jeff Pu and Shelly Chou of investment firm Haitong International Securities.

“Based on our supply chain checks, we now expect the Pro series of new iPhones to return to the current design of a physical button. This is due to issues with the more complex design,” said Pu and Chou. Analysts believe the solid state button design has been permanently postponed to the iPhone 16 series in 2024.

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