We are still in the thick of unveiling hardware leaks as Apple sets up its production ecosystem for the iPhone 15 lineup that will be available in September. The most recent is a set of front glass that is allegedly going to be used on the upcoming iPhone this year. ShrimpApplePro, a trustworthy hardware leaker, posts a video that they claim to be legitimate based on their source.
The iPhone 15 Pro looks to be covered by the left panel. It displays Dynamic Island with regular display size and substantially slimmer bezels than the iPhone 14 Pro.
Indeed, the central panel is the biggest of the three. This indicates that we are most likely viewing the front glass of the iPhone 15 Pro Max. The larger screen area emphasizes the slimmer bezels even more, and it includes the same Dynamic Island at the top.
The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max display will probably appear more immersive than any iPhone screen. The third panel is distinguished by its border, which is noticeably thicker. The iPhone 14 series already has bezels that are this wide. The improvement for iPhone 15 is the inclusion of the Dynamic Island on non-Pro devices.