Patent has been published showing how the 'keyless' iPhone 15 Pro works

Ming-Chi Kuo, known as a senior Apple analyst, once again made an amazing evaluation of the iPhone 15 Pro. Kuo repeated his statement in October, suggesting that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max would not have physical keys. New developments indicate that the allegations are true. Apple has published a new patent covering the changes that will be made to the iPhone 15 series. The patent shows how the upcoming technology could replace the removed buttons on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. The information contained in the patent shows that the "laying button" on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max is used to turn the volume and the phone on and off at the same time.

However, how hard the user touches these keys affects the operating speed of the phone. For example, if the user taps the volume up key, the phone's volume will gradually increase. When using force, the sound of the mobile phone will be directly raised to the maximum. The patent clearly shows that the power button in the new iPhone models can be used for multiple functions. However, nothing has been clarified yet...

Our readers will recall; Apple used a physical home button on the iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 series. That changed with the iPhone 7, introducing a new system called "solid-state buttons." This new system removes the physical keys on the phone. Instead, glass that looks like a key and a vibrating motor called the "Taptic Engine" placed underneath is preferred. When users touch what looks like a button, they receive vibration feedback. According to Apple analysts, the system will appear in the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. In other words, there won't be physical buttons, but there will be a touch area that looks like a button.

Considering the percentage of realization of Ming-Chi Kuo's claims in the past, we can state that the Pro models of the iPhone 15 are likely to be keyless. According to Kuo, if the iPhone without physical keys is accepted from consumers, the new design will be used in various products such as next iPhone models and iPad. By the way, let's say that another claim of the same analyst regarding the iPhone 15 family is USB Type-Dec. This will not be surprising, because the European Union has made a decision on Apple's transition to USB Type-C. According to Kuo, the design without a physical key with USB Type-C will appear as the biggest innovations in the iPhone 15.

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