Recently, Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that the iPhone 15 Pro will not have physical buttons, but instead use "solid keys".
Recently, Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that the iPhone 15 Pro will not have physical buttons, but instead use "solid keys". That is to say, the power button and volume button of next year's high-end iPhone 15 will adopt a "solid key" design like the pressure-sensitive Home button on iPhone 7/8/SE2 and other models.

The principle of this button sensing is to sense the pressure in the designated area, and then mobilize the Taptic Engine linear motor to simulate the feedback vibration when the object button is pressed.

This technology first appeared on the iPhone 7, when some users didn't know that the buttons couldn't be pressed during use.

Ming-Chi Kuo said that the purpose of adding two Taptic Engine motors on both sides of the iPhone 15 Pro is to better simulate the state of the volume button and the power button being pressed, with a total of three.

If the news is true, then the iPhone is a little closer to realizing a completely non-porous mobile phone, but the iPhone still has a long way to go to achieve a completely non-porous mobile phone.

The next step is the charging interface, which is expected to be the charging interface of the iPhone next year. Will use USB Type-C as a transition.
Axact

AndroBliz

Welcome to AndroBliz, the apprise in technology. While we serve you with daily pizza in terms of updates, do hook up with us on our social media platforms below.

Post A Comment:

0 comments: