The upcoming iPhone 15 models promise several cool improvements. One notable change can be found in the iPhone 15 Pro Max, which will reportedly be more expensive due to the addition of a periscopic camera. This advanced camera, already present on some Android phones, uses a zoom lens with a mirror, allowing for better zoom-in without a large protruding lens. The iPhone 15 models will also get improved batteries. Read more here!
The iPhone 15 Pro Max will get a larger screen and longer battery life thanks to a larger battery. Overall, the iPhone 15 models are expected to get thinner screen bezels and the Dynamic Island at the top of the screen, replacing the "notch". Also, these models are likely to include USB-C ports instead of the familiar Lightning ports. In addition, the iPhone 15's body will have a more rounded shape, after a few years of clean lines and hard angles.
Another innovation of the iPhone 15 series is improved battery life. The new devices will have batteries estimated to be 12-18% larger than those of previous models. This enlargement is made possible by more efficient chips as well as increased space in the devices. The result is a noticeably longer battery life, allowing users to enjoy their iPhones for longer without interim charging. There is also speculation that the new Pro models of the iPhone 15 series will start with 256GB of storage, which would be a significant upgrade from the usual 128GB. This means users will have more space to store photos, videos and apps without worrying about storage capacity.
Normally, new iPhones are announced in September. The same will be true for the iPhone 15 models. So in September, we can expect more detailed info about the iPhone 15, its features and availability. Apple reportedly plans to make 84 million units of the iPhone 15 by the second half of this year. This would involve making more Pro models initially, as the more expensive devices are becoming increasingly popular. In any case, we are looking forward to September to see what Apple will present to us then!