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Is this our first glimpse of the iPhone 15 Pro?

The release of the iPhone 15 is still six months away, but new leaked rendered images have given us our first glimpse of the possible design changes and improvements.

Reportedly leaked CAD (computer-aided design) images of the iPhone 15 Pro were shared on Twitter by tech insider Sonny Dickson which showed a similar flat edge design but with new side button configurations.

ShrimpApplePro took it a step further and shared actual renders of the designs on Twitter which made it easier to visualise the changes.

These include a single longer volume key instead of the two separate buttons we see on the iPhone 14 Pro.

And the mute switch, which has been a feature of the iPhone since the original model launched in 2007, looks like it is being replaced with a button.

But it will still sit in the same spot above the volume key.

There are also reports the new buttons will not physically move but instead provide haptic feedback to simulate movement when pressed.

The new mute button will also reportedly have the same solid-state design.

Rumours suggest the cheaper iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will still retain two volume buttons and the same mute switch.

But that’s not the only change we can expect to see.

Dickson also produced what appear to be the front glass panels for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

They have the same Dynamic Island and front camera cutouts but what looks different are the much thinner bezels so there is more usable screen real estate.

The other rumour is that the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will also lose the notch and inherit the Dynamic Island that was first seen with the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.