Soon after the iPhone 14 series launch, a few or an infinite number of people criticized the phone’s outlook only to follow the rumors of the iPhone 15. Thus far, iPhone had brought them out from the couch to stay hydrated with the blooming flowers.
iPhone 15 is still a year away from getting debuted in the market. However, the speculation has begun to unknot the knurled rope. In the latest attachment, according to research firm Barclays, Apple supplier Cirrus Logic could have given a clue that the Cupertino-based technology giant may adopt solid-state touch buttons instead mechanical one’s on iPhones next year.
The report further opens the gates of interpretation as Cirrus Logic sent a letter to shareholders earlier this month in which the company mentioned that it continues to participate with a “strategic customer” and is likely to roll up a new HPMS component to the smartphone industry next year.
For those unfamiliar with the term HPMS, it refers to Cirrus Logic’s high-performance mixed-signal chips, which include haptic drivers for the Taptic Engine used in Apple iPhones. A few months back, the company CEO John said that the timescale for this new feature arriving to the market would be the “back half of next year,” which notes for the second half.
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Astonishingly, a month back, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the iPhone 15 Pro models could feature solid-state volume and power buttons. He further transported the rumors adding that the phones will be wrapped up with two additional Taptic Engines to provide haptic feedback.
The iPhone maker can be found nowhere, but the rumors sway the Cupertino-based smartphone firm Apple. It is not so long ago; the company announced the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro series smartphones in the market.