Recently Apple launched the iPhone 14 series. In this series, iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max were introduced. Reportedly, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus were largely similar to the previously introduced iPhone 13 models. However, iPhone 14 pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max were introduced with major upgrades. Now, if you are looking forward to the upcoming series you might be excited to learn that the company has decided to introduce a Pro camera update to the iPhone 15 models along with various other features.
The analyst from Haitong Intl Tech Research, Jeff Pu, mentions that sources of supply chains have claimed that the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus could showcase a 48MP primary camera alongside a 3-stacked sensor. It appears that this upgrade will be similar to the one provided on the iPhone 14 Pro models. Well, this is going to be way better than the 12MP primary camera available on the non-Pro models of iPhone 14. In addition to this, the latest iPhone 15 non-Pro models won’t still receive a telephoto lens or a LiDAR scanner.
Additionally, the analyst Jeff Pu claims that the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will come with a USB-C port as well as an A16 Bionic chip by Apple. These modifications are in line with the previous updates in the EU rules and regulations. Reportedly, Apple will follow the guidelines and abandon the Lightning port for the USB-C port in the next-gen iPhone models.
Furthermore, some reports even suggest that the upcoming series of iPhones will receive some major updates regarding the camera setup particularly the iPhone 15 Pro Max. it could be introduced as iPhone 15 Ultra showcasing a 12MP periscope camera. one of the prominent analyst Ming Chi-Kuo has previously mentioned that the latest periscope camera offers 6 times optical zoom. It is double to the current 3x telephoto camera found on the iPhone 14 Pro models. Additionally, the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max/Ultra could accompany 8GB RAM, a titanium frame, an A17 Bionic chip, and a USB-C port.
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