Apple is once again rumored to introduce solid-state volume and power buttons on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, along with respected industry analysts. Ming-Chi Kuo It claims the new device will have an additional Taptic Engine to simulate the feel of physical buttons.
Apple first introduced a non-moving solid-state home button with the iPhone 7. It mimics the feel of a press by using Taptic Engines to simulate the feel of a physical press and provide haptic feedback to provide the illusion of clicking and moving parts. .
Kuo said Apple supplier Cirrus Logic would benefit the most from an increase in Taptic Engine orders for new devices. This allows iPhone makers to get rid of physical buttons, prevent water intrusion, and improve water resistance.
Solid-state volume and power buttons are rumored by several sources to come to the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max later this year. Haitong International Research analyst Jeff Pu said last week that in addition to the immobile buttons, The new device features an all-new titanium frame and 2GB of extra RAM compared to the iPhone 14 Pro lineup.for a total available RAM of 8 GB.