iPhone 15 Pro: Top 5 Facts You Should Know About This Highly Anticipated Flagship iPhone From Apple

While the world is busy discovering and relishing the features of current-generation iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, Cupertino based Apple is already working hard for the 2023 iPhone 15 Pro, which insiders believe will be a lot different from the iPhone 14 Pro. Despite Apple’s veil of secrecy, there are some things we do know about the iPhone 15 Pro range.

iPhone 15 Pro: Top 5 Facts You Should Know About This Highly Anticipated Flagship iPhone From Apple

Rumours About iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max

Several rumours are predicting that Apple’s upcoming Pro Max model will be called the “iPhone 15 Ultra” name. More specifically, Bloomberg’s Ming-Chi Kuo claims the reason for the change in the marketing name could be due to the launch of the Apple Watch Ultra. 

The logic behind the nomenclature and the “Ultra” suffix not only sounds cool but also gives the iPhone Pro Max a boost to its appeal among premium consumers. For example, the Apple Watch Ultra is an expensive smartwatch and the “ultra” name elevates its “premium” image among potential consumers. Apple clearly wants the iPhone 15 Pro to be a distinctive product from the entry-level iPhone 15 and changing the name from the “Pro Max” to “Ultra” makes perfect sense.

New Titanium design with Rounded Edges, ‘USB-C’ Transfer, Periscope Lens

When we see the Apple Watch Ultra has a titanium case, the newer iPhone 15 Pro may also get a durable, Titanium body. That being said, the back panel will still have glass.

Rather than the flat back panel, the iPhone 15 Pro could feature a rounded back panel. Think about the design language introduced by Apple when it launched the iPhone 5c. Although the iPhone 5C was a budget phone, it featured curved edges on the back of the phone. Given the iPhone 15 Pro Max will be a big phone, curved, round back edges will let users hold their phones more comfortably.

Moving on to the USB-C port, the Apple will produce an iPhone model with USB-C from 2024 onwards. 

Noted Apple analyst recently tweeted that all 2023 iPhone 15 models will adopt the USB-C connection standard. However, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will also adopt at least USB 3.2 or Thunderbolt 3. This allows the iPhone 15 Pro to be the only iPhone in the iPhone 15 series that will get a significant boost in wired transfer speeds.

There’s also speculation that the iPhone 15 Pro may have a periscope lens. A periscope camera essentially uses a combination of mirrors or a prism to bend light. Smartphone makers such as Samsung and Huawei have used the same concept to create periscope modules for cameras to improve their zooming range. Apple has been rumoured to be working on a periscope lens for its iPhone line for years but is yet to bring the technology to any iPhone. If this rumour turns out to be true then, Apple will be able to have an optical zoom that is lossless and does not affect image quality while zooming. Just think about 10x optical zoom on the next high-end iPhone.

iPhone 15 to be More ‘expensive’ than the iPhone 14 Pro Max

With the iPhone 14 Pro range costing more in many parts of the world including India, this trend may continue next year as well. In a new tweet, popular anonymous industry insider LeaksApplePro has revealed that the  iPhone 15 Ultra, “will cost substantially more to manufacture than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.”  We still don’t know how much the new Pro model will cost, but it’s evident that the iPhone 15 Pro Max will likely be an expensive device.

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