With the iPhone 15, which is expected to be introduced in September, Apple may attempt to bridge the gap between its ordinary iPhone models and its higher-end models.
iPhone 15 Basic Mocking Function
Some models of the iPhone 14 lineup are performing poorly, and Apple is considering rethinking how it treats lower-end and higher-end models of this upcoming iPhone series. Several features currently exclusive to the higher-end “Pro” iPhones will be made available on all models, as well as newer features. Five features of the upcoming iPhone 15 series will be available on both standard and higher-end models.
Dynamic Island 3 on the iPhone 14 Pro
Using the new pill-shaped cutout, Dynamic Island displays various system alerts, notifications, and other information on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. A software and hardware integration was announced earlier this year for all iPhone 15 models.
Image Sensor that is ‘State-of-the-Art’
Sony’s new “state-of-the-art” camera sensor will produce richer, brighter, and sharper images, according to a November story. Photodiodes and transistors are separated in the novel sensor, allowing for more photodiodes. Despite strong backlighting, the new sensor could ensure that a subject does not appear washed out in portrait photography, for example. Apple may eventually opt to keep sensor upgrades a “Pro” feature instead of extending them across all models.
USB C Over Lightning Support
Regardless of whether the iPhone is a high-end or regular version of any specific series, all iPhones have a Lightning port. Apple will be required to migrate its iPhones and other devices to USB-C as a result of a recently passed EU law. However, there is a catch to the new regulation, which applies to all iPhone models, including the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro.
Although all iPhone 15 models will have USB-C, only the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, dubbed the “iPhone 15 Ultra,” will have faster transfer speeds. The ordinary models will only have USB 2.0 speeds, similar to the existing Lightning port, while the Pro models will have a USB-C port that supports USB 3.2 or Thunderbolt 3.
Rear Camera on the iPhone 14 Pro
There is a new camera lens on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max that can capture images in a 48MP resolution. As a result of its 48MP sensor, the iPhone 14 Pro series captures shots with greater detail than conventional 12MP cameras. This powerful, high-end camera feature will also be available on the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, according to a report.
The camera and hardware capabilities of high-end iPhones have traditionally been the most significant differentiators. People expect that the iPhone 15 Pro will feature a periscope lens, something we don’t expect to see across all models.
5G Modem that is faster and More Efficient
A Qualcomm X70 modem chip is rumored to be used in the iPhone 15 series, which will significantly improve the 5G experience. As compared to the X65 chip in the iPhone 14 series, the X70 offers faster average speeds, better coverage, stronger signal integrity, reduced latency, and up to 60% more power.