iPhone 15 Pro should get new buttons with Taptic Engines
Sehatnews – As soon as the iPhone 14 Pro (Max) is on the market, the well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reports with new forecasts for the next iPhone generation. In a series of tweets on Twitter, he commented on a new design for the volume and power buttons on the alleged iPhone 15 Pro.
Kuo reports, “[…] that the volume button and power button of the two new high-end iPhone 15/2H23 models may have a solid-state button design (similar to the home button design of the iPhone 7/8/SE2 & 3) use it to replace the physical/mechanical button design.” On the left and right sides of the iPhone there will be Taptic Engines “that provide force feedback that gives the user the feeling of pressing physical buttons .”
Such a technology is already used by Apple for the home button of the iPhone 7 and the trackpad of the Mac: There are no physical movements of the keys, the inputs are only confirmed by small vibrations and thus imitate the keystroke.
If Apple also uses such a function in the iPhone 15 Pro, there would be a total of three Taptic Engines in the device – one already existing and two new ones for the side buttons. According to another tweet , Kuo expects that “the button design and the switch to USB-C would be two of the most important innovations of the iPhone 15”.
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I see that as very problematic for those who have no volume control on the headphones. Many use the volume control of the iPhone when playing music, especially on the bike. This would go away.
Another reason to buy the new AirPods Pro.answers
Did you get the news?
The “buttons” remain.
Only these are no longer movable, but feedback from the Taptic Engine when operated.answers
I think Apple really nailed it with the IPhone 15…answers
Get this hope! It will probably be a high price?! 😂answers
And the mute switch? The same thing? But then it becomes difficult to know what you are currently using if you are not looking at the iPhone. Hm. You’d better work on a) getting rid of the oil painting mud look of the camera photos and b) flattening out the camera hump, although I suspect it’s just physics that gets in the way here.answers
Oh yes, I forgot that you then pay at least 200 EUR more depending on how far your politicians drive inflation.answers
I hope they also test the positions of the buttons. On my 13pro they are incredibly stupidly positioned. Good that there is an extra album for screenshoots.
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