Leaks and rumors suggest that the upcoming iPhone lineup will likely feature the iPhone 15 in September 2023. The series will offer four different versions, including two 6.1-inch and two 6.7-inch iPhones. The base model will be 6.1 inches, while the Plus and Pro versions will be 6.7 inches and 6.1 and 6.7 inches. The 6.1-inch iPhone 15 will have two rear cameras, while the 6.7-inch iPhone 15 Plus will have a larger battery.
The Pro versions will feature a new processor and three cameras. the more costly Pro models with a new processor and three cameras, the larger iPhone 15 Pro Max with a periscope-style telephoto camera, and the larger 6.7-inch iPhone 15 Plus with a bigger battery. For the iPhone 15 Pro versions, the best features will be saved, making the extra cost worthwhile.
iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Ultra (which is supposed to replace the Pro Max version) are the four phones that are predicted to make up the iPhone 15. According to leading screen specialist Ross Young, all four will include Dynamic Island cutouts, and according to Apple marketing chief Greg Joswiak, the next iPhone will convert from Lightning to USB-C by new EU regulations slated to take effect in 2024.
Some improvements were made by 2022 over the iPhone 14, but we are expecting much more things with the 2023 iPhone 15, including maybe additional AI tools and software. According to rumors, all iPhone 15 models will have a USB-C connector rather than a Lightning port, and the Dynamic Island will be compatible with the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus plus the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. This indicates that Apple is going to ditch the notch it has been using since the iPhone X for its top iPhone series in favor of a more streamlined, simpler design.
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Rumors about the iPhone 15 design suggest that all four models will have slightly curved edges, resembling the iPhone 11 (whereas the iPhone 14 has a straight-sided aesthetic). The iPhone 15 is expected to look similar to the current iPhone 14 but with some tweaks.
Display analyst Ross Young suggests that Apple should expand the Dynamic Island to all four iPhone models in 2023, but he doesn’t expect 120Hz/LTPO on standard models due to supply chain issues. This means that the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus won’t receive Apple’s always-on display with ProMotion support.
iPhone 15 camera
There will likely be two sensors in the iPhone 15’s camera layout, in contrast to the iPhone 14’s single 12MP primary sensor. Rumors say that the iPhone 15 will use the 48MP main sensor from the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The cameras on the iPhone 14 are comparable to those on the iPhone 13, which makes them acceptable for everyday photographic jobs.
For the iPhone 15 models, Apple is going to use Sony’s most recent “state of the art” picture sensors. By doubling the level of saturation signal in each pixel, these sensors are able to capture more light and lessen insufficient exposure and overexposure. Even with problematic backlighting, this will enhance portraits and other photographs.
The transistor design used by Sony enables the use of additional photodiodes in distinct layers. It is unknown if this new sensor technology will be used by all iPhone 15 models or only the more expensive “Pro” changes. With Apple upgraded lens that collects more light for better image quality, analyst Jeff Pu predicts that the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models may adopt the 48-megapixel camera first seen in the iPhone 14 Pro versions.
iPhone 15 features and software
The Pro and Pro Max editions of the iPhone 15 will likely come with 8GB RAM, while the 15 and 15 Plus models as anticipated to keep using 6GB. The A16 Bionic, which is equivalent to the A15 Bionic in the iPhone 14 Pro, is among the basic specifications.
The iPhone 15 is believed to be quicker and more intelligent than the iPhone 14, although upgrading to the rumored iPhone 15 Ultra with the underwater zoom and A17 processor may be pricey. Although it is likely that the A16 Bionic will only be available in the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max in September, it should make the smartphone seem faster than the iPhone 14.
iPhone 15 colors
Apple is expected to offer five iPhone 15 colors at launch, including green and pink, as well as six shades listed below:
iPhone 15 – Face ID And No Touch ID
Although there have been persistent speculations that Apple has explored reintroducing Touch ID to its flagship iPhones using an under-display technology, it is anticipated that Touch ID will not be included in the iPhone 15 models, which will instead feature Face ID.
The under-display Face ID functionality that Apple is developing won’t be available until 2025. The iPhone 15 will instead remain to use the Dynamic Island in 2023, and Apple will probably bring its use to all models rather than just the Pro versions.
iPhone 15 Battery life
The four different iPhone 15 models are going to have larger batteries from Apple, with the iPhone 15 in its standard form having an 18% larger battery and the iPhone 15 Pro Max receiving a 12% larger battery.
These versions, according to rumors, say it’s going to use stacked battery technology, which can offer a greater capacity and a longer lifespan. Smartphones are beginning to use stacked batteries, which are more common in electric vehicles and medical equipment.
Pricing and availability
The iPhone 15 model version is expected to be released in September 2023, with the iPhone 15 Pro starting at $1,099 and the iPhone 15 Pro Max at $1,199. The standard iPhone 15 models are expected to continue at $799.
No official announcements have been made on the iPhone 15 price, but the entry-level iPhone 14 starts at £849 / $799 / AU$1399, Rumored that the iPhone 15 will command the same price, but slightly more expensive. Rumors suggest the iPhone 15 will start at $799, with the iPhone 15 Plus starting at $999, the iPhone 15 Pro at $1099, and the iPhone 15 Ultra at $1299.