According to recent rumors, Apple is trying to bridge the gap between the standard models of its iPhone series and higher-end models with the upcoming iPhone 15.
According to a report, Apple is worried about how certain models of the iPhone 14 lineup are doing.
Several features that are exclusive to the higher-end "Pro" iPhones will be made available on all models of the iPhone, according to rumors. There are five features you can expect to find on the standard and higher end models of the upcoming iPhone 15 series.
Dynamic Island is a feature on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max that uses the new pill-shaped cutout to show different system alert, notifications, and more.
According to a report in November, Apple will use Sony's "state-of-the-art" image sensor. Semiconductor architecture allows for more photodiodes in the new sensor. The new sensor can help with portrait photos by making sure a subject doesn't appear washed out even with strong back lighting. We expect the sensor to be improved across the lineup, but Apple could decide to keep it as a pro feature.
Since the introduction of the iPhone 5, every model of the device has a Lightning port. As a result of a recently passed law in the EU, Apple is going to have to transition the iPhone and other products to the new standard ofusb-c There is a catch to the new law that will affect all models of the iPhone.
The only phones that will benefit from faster transfer speeds are the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max. The standard models of the lineup will only have the same speeds as the existing Lightning port, while the Pro models will have at least one additional port.
There is a new main camera lens in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The standard 12MP resolution is not used in the iPhone 14 Pro series because of the 48MP sensor. This advanced, high-end camera feature will be coming to the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus.
One of the biggest differences between high-end and standard models of the iPhone is the camera features. We don't expect the entire lineup to have a periscope lens, but we are expecting the iPhone 15 Pro to have one.
Several improvements to the 5G experience will be offered by the X70 modem chip in the upcoming iPhone 15 series. Compared to the X65 chip in the iPhone 14 series, the X70 uses artificial intelligence for faster average speeds, improved coverage, better signal quality, lower latency, and up to 60% improved power.