Titanium Transition: The Shift from Stainless Steel in the iPhone 15 Pro Max

Willain Daan


According to rumors there is a possibility that the iPhone 15 Pro Max will have a dual punch hole layout and will be less bulky. The phone will also be using titanium rather than stainless steel.

Titanium is lighter and stronger than stainless steel, so this change should make the new iPhones feel more light and comfortably to hold. It will also include USB-C to speed up charging.

Gesture Controls

There are a ton of ways to use your iPhone. Apple provides a variety of preset gestures. Additionally, there are a variety of third-party apps that you can download to add even more functionality.

For example, you can employ a swipe of two fingers to enlarge the screen or move your fingers closer each other to increase the zoom. You can also access notifications by sliding down from at the top of your display or switching between a landscape or portrait view using two finger swipes across either side of camera screen’s notch.

Additionally, in addition to multi-finger gestures, new iPhones offer Reachability and other options that let you operate your iPhone with just the use of just one hand. For a custom gesture, just tap AssistiveTouch and then customize the settings using Custom. When you see the blue circles on the screen, touch and drag them in order to make your customized swipe or grab gesture. Then, you can name the gesture you want to use and then apply it in the future.

Screen Size

There are two models: the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max Both feature 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch display respectively. However, they appear to will stay the same in the next iPhone 15 series. A rendering of CAD from 9to5Mac basing on specifications that were sent to case makers shows that there are four iPhone 15 models with the similar display sizes. These include the two 6.1-inch as well as two 6.7-inch variants.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t expect that the iPhone 15 Pro won’t get an upgrade. According to tipter ShrimpApplePro along with fellow tipster OreXda The new iPhone 15 Pro will still feature the Dynamic Island which is an on-demand feature and a True Tone display, a 2048 x 3096 resolution. 120Hz of refresh rate and the ability to display HDR content.

Additionally, the Pro-exclusive notch could make the way for a dual-punch layout that will accommodate notifications, data from in-app along with other. These aren’t all the changes that are coming for the iPhone 15. There is also speculation that the standard iPhone 15 phones will finally get high-refresh-rate LTPO display, which is something is available on mid-range Android rivals have already got.

Body Materials

For years the Pro models of Apple’s iPhone line have been rimmed with stainless steel. This gives them strength but is also heavy. Apple plans to change this for titanium this year as it is more lightweight and durable.

The new design should help it possible for the ip 15 pro max feel less squishy in the hands and will be less susceptible to smudges caused by fingerprints. There’s no explanation for why Apple has made this decision and why they’ve long been known to push boundaries with their product design and it’d be quite surprising when they stayed with the identical stainless steel frame that was used in the normal iPhone 14 series.

Twitter leaker ShrimpApplePro has a good reputation and is claiming that the new iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will have the highest quality titanium body. This could also reduce the weight of their stainless steel or aluminum rivals. Drawings from CAD show that the phones have thinner bezels around their displays too.


If you’ve owned an iPhone during the last several years, then you might have noticed that its battery life has been a small amount of a disappointment. It’s one of the main reasons that people who are considering an upgrade especially since rival phones with bigger batteries are being made available.

A new report suggests that Apple will provide its next iPhone 15 and Pro series phones with significantly bigger batteries. This report from the Chinese publication IT Home cites an anonymous Foxconn source that claims iPhone 15 and Pro models will have a battery capacity of 18 percent. iPhone 15 and Pro models will feature up to 18 percent more power.

The larger battery will be complemented by improved performance of the chip, which can additionally help to reduce the amount of power consumed. The TSMC-manufactured Bionic chip uses a smaller 3nm process that provides a significant improvement of 35 percent over the older 4nm silicon in the A16 chip.

There are other rumors that suggest the iPhone 15’s getting USB-C and Thunderbolt 3. This would allow for a faster data transfer, and will also cut down on the time between charges.