Apple iPhone 15 Pro solid-state buttons will have customizable sensitivity
iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max solid state capacitive button rumors have been swirling around for a few months now and a new post on the MacRumors forums shares more details on how they work. It is believed that Apple will bring a unified volume button and a new programmable action button to the iPhone 15 Pro series. The latter will support the iPhone’s mute switch functionality as well as a host of other programmable uses, including toggling orientation lock, flashlight, low power mode, and more.
The capacitive buttons of the iPhone 15 Pro series will feature a dedicated low power consumption microprocessor that will work even when the phone’s battery is depleted. The chip will detect the user’s taps and gestures and provide feedback to the Taptic Engine. Users will be able to customize button sensitivity from the settings and they will be able to work with phone cases and even gloves.
The new low-power chip in the iPhone 15 Pro series will also power the NFC, Bluetooth LE, and UW chips when the device is off and even when the phone’s battery is completely drained. The source for the latest iPhone 15 Pro solid-state button details has a reliable track record and shared specific details about the iPhone 14 Pro dynamic island ahead of its release.
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