The iPhone 15 Pro could be returning to the button design, but this time with haptic technology. According to a report from The Verge, a Twitter user claimed that the iPhone 15 Pro will feature a button with haptic feedback that simulates the feeling of a physical button press. It is said that the new haptic button design will work with iOS 17’s advanced haptic feedback system to provide users with a more immersive and realistic button experience.
The report claims that the button will be located on the right side of the phone, replacing the power button. While the report hasn’t been officially confirmed by Apple, it is not the first time that a haptic button has been rumored for the iPhone. The company has been developing haptic technology for some time, and has already integrated it into various features of its products, such as the Taptic Engine and the Force Touch trackpad on the MacBook.
This news follows recent rumors that the iPhone 15 Pro will also feature an under-display camera, which would allow for a full-screen design without the need for a notch or hole-punch. If these rumors are true, the iPhone 15 Pro could be a major redesign for the iPhone line, bringing a number of new features that could significantly improve the user experience.
While it remains to be seen whether the iPhone 15 Pro will actually feature a haptic button or an under-display camera, it is clear that Apple is continuing to push the boundaries of smartphone design and technology. As always, Apple fans will have to wait until the official announcement to know for sure what new features the iPhone 15 Pro will bring, but the rumors are already generating excitement and anticipation among tech enthusiasts around the world.