Apple will likely unveil its next-generation iPhone 15 lineup in September. It is usually held between the 12th and 13th day of the month.
The latest 3D rendering showcases thinner bezels as well as curved edges on the Pro models. Additionally, the device may feature Dynamic Island updates that allow additional information to be displayed all at once.
2023’s iPhone 15 Pro is likely to be a major enhancement over the previous model, which is likely to have an improved periscope camera as well as the most recent A17 Bionic chip. Additionally, in addition to these features and more, the phone is likely to have a 120Hz refresh rate to improve scrolling speed and enhanced responsiveness.
Another theory suggests that Apple could replace physical volume and power buttons with haptic, solid state buttons, similar to the Home button. These buttons would use haptic feedback to simulate the feel of pressing a physical button, but they’d last longer and energy-efficient than their physical counterparts.
Another rumor suggests that there is a possibility that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will get an enormous camera bump as well as redesigned buttons, as well in USB-C charging, and slimmer bezels. The latest report by 9to5Mac which is based upon renderings of CAD from a case manufacturer, suggests that the Pro models will sport only one, extended volume button and a dedicated Mute button.
Apple is expected to keep the 6.1-inch OLED display and its 120 Hz refresh rate, which is incredibly popular (including for Tom’s Guide staff). The ProMotion feature is also likely to be kept.
Another change that could be in the works is that the iPhone will switch to USB-C charging. This will allow Apple meet recent European standards. Also, it is possible that the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max may include a periscope lens, which will give you a higher optical zoom.
It is expected that the ip 15 pro will probably have a 3nm A-series processor, which should improve processing speed and lower energy usage. Also, it may get Bluetooth 5.3 and a new Ultra Wide Band chip, which should improve compatibility for and integrate with the Apple Vision Pro headset.
Apple may add an action button, which will be able to execute different functions like enabling Silent Mode and launching the Camera app. It’s unclear if the button is going to replace of physical buttons, or if it’ll utilize haptic feedback instead.
Of the numerous upgrades Apple is expected to bring to the iPhone 15 Pro lineup this year, the most intriguing will be cameras. According to reports, this year’s iPhone 15 Pro Max will be the sole model to get a periscope camera, which offers superior optical zooming capabilities than what you can do with regular smartphones, by employing the use of a mirror or prism to expand the lens, without taking up more area.
Another possible improvement for the camera of the iPhone 15 Pro is a triple-stacked sensor that could improve image quality as well as minimize distortion. This type of technology has been used in some Android phones, however it’s not yet available on any iPhones.
The iPhone 15 Pro is also believed to be the first model that iPhone 15 Pro will move to USB-C, which should improve data transfer speeds as well as speed up charging. It could be a huge deal for people who use phones as cameras both for use at work or for play.
The new iPhone 15 Pro models are expected to feature thinner edge bezels, and more rounded edges. The phones will also come with a USB-C port, unlike the previous iPhone models that used Lightning ports. Furthermore, they’ll be equipped with a smaller and more capable A17 chip. The improvements will help the iPhone 15 Pro models look more like their non-Pro counterparts.
A further significant modification is the switch to a new location for the power button. In the past, the power button was located below those for volume. New design moves the power button closer to them, which makes it much easier to access and use.
The iPhone 15 Pro Max is likely to also come with a new periscope lens that could provide up to 6x optical zoom. This is an improvement over the current iPhone camera that can only zoom digitally. This new iPhone 15 Pro will also include a different sensor, which will improve performance in low light conditions. It will also include the ability to cut down on noise in photos and videos.