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iPhone 15 to launch in 2023: 10 things we already know about it – India Today

By Ankita Garg: Apple launched the iPhone 14 series just two months back and the leaks for the next generation iPhone 15 series have been surfacing online just a few days after the launch. Next year, the company is said to replace this year’s Pro Max variant with Ultra model. It is unknown whether Apple will announce the upgraded version of the new Plus model that it showed off this year. The company hasn’t reportedly received a good response for it and the sales were pretty low, as per reports. The iPhone 15 may continue to retain the older chip and some other basic features. Here is everything we know so far about the upcoming iPhone 15 series.
-The iPhone 15 Pro variants are said to come with the new Dynamic Island feature that we have seen on the iPhone 14 Pro models. It is also being tipped that the standard model will also get this feature, unlike the iPhone 14 which has an old-school design. This basically means that you can expect all the next-generation iPhones to offer a punch-hole display design.
-The standard model will still lack support for Apple’s ProMotion tech, which is not surprising considering Apple has always restricted it to higher-priced variants. ProMotion is similar to LTPO tech seen on Android phones. It can automatically adjust the refresh rate between 1Hz to 120Hz, depending on the content. This helps save battery. So, the iPhone 15 Pro will likely offer it.
-Apple may choose to offer the same back panel design that it has been offering for several older models. The leaks have so far suggested the same. So, we can see a square-shaped module at the top left corner of the phone and the setup will likely include multiple cameras. The module will likely be more prominent.

-Several leaks have pointed out that the iPhone 15 series will come with a USB-C port. Apple is reportedly planning to drop its proprietary Lightning port. This pretty much seems possible considering USB-C will become compulsory in the EU region just a few months after the launch of the iPhone 15 series.
-The rumour mill claims that Apple will continue to offer the old chipset with the lower prices models and the new one with the Pro variants. The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus could pack Apple’s A15 chipset, whereas the Pro and Ultra models will likely use the new Apple A17 Bionic chip.

– The Pro models in the iPhone 15 series are said to come with the ability to shoot 8K videos, which is something that is still missing on this year’s iPhone 14 series. But, the same feature won’t reportedly come to other two iPhone models.
-Apple may rename the Pro Max model as iPhone 15 Ultra and it is said to feature a periscope lens at the back, along with other sensors. This won’t reportedly be available on the regular Pro model. But, a periscope lens would mean that users will be able to capture greater portraits with background blur and sharper foreground. People will also be able to click candid shots from a distance as the periscope zoom cameras will help shorten the distance between a photographer and its subject.
-All the models in the iPhone 15 series are expected to offer better battery life than the previous versions. The devices will ship with iOS 17 operating system out of the box.
– The iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Ultra may come with a solid-state button design, according to details shared by Analyst Ming Chi Kuo. This will help respond to a user's touch without requiring a person to physically press the button, which is similar to the home button design seen on iPhone 7, iPhone 8, and a few other models.
-As of now, there are no details on the price range for the new models. But, Apple could decide to keep the same old prices for the standard models and the Pro variants could be priced a little higher. Now that leaks suggest that Apple is planning to replace Pro Max with an Ultra variant to offer users the best of everything with this, the price of this will likely be pretty high compared to this year's model.

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