Apple is gearing up to introduce the iPhone 15 series in the coming months. Many details about the models in the series to be introduced by the company have already begun to come to the fore. So much so that Apple has been using a rusting steel design, including framed front and rear glass, in its high-end models since the iPhone X. However, according to the information revealed today, it turned out that Apple will use titanium in the iPhone 15 models. So why? Let's take a look at the details of the news together.

Apple will use titanium in the iPhone 15 series!

Apple has been using stainless steel in its flagship smartphones since the iPhone X model. Stainless steel is also used additionally in the design of the Apple Watch and older iPods. Apart from being durable, stainless steel also has some downsides.

iPhone 14 and iPhone 15 (right) design

Although stainless steel is durable, it quickly gets dirty and scratches quickly. For this reason, it does not give iPhone owners a very good experience in terms of use. Apple uses aluminum frames on other non-Pro models in its series. However, the aluminum frame, which is more resistant to impacts, is not as durable as stainless steel, although it looks quality.

For this reason, it is expected to use titanium in the iPhone 15 series models that Apple will introduce in the coming months. Because titanium is as durable as steel to rust and looks good like aluminum. The company will use aluminum material only in its high-end models, as before. However, it is not clear whether the smartphone will only use titanium in the frame or in the frame with the back panel.

What do you, our readers, think about this issue? Do you think Apple should use titanium or another material in the iPhone 15 series? You can express your views in the Comments section.