iPhone 15 Could Come With A 48 MP Camera For The Vanilla Version

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The vanilla iPhone 14 duo was a little bit of a letdown for a number of reasons, including the fact that it debuted with the same old 12MP cameras as previous models. According to a rumor by Jeff Pu of Haitong Intl Tech Research, the next generation of iPhones might bring about this transformation. The claim states that the primary cameras of the vanilla iPhone 15 pair will be equipped with 48MP 3-stacked sensors.

This will result in the vanilla phones having improved zooming capabilities; nevertheless, they will not be able to compete with the Pros due to the fact that telephoto lenses will continue to be reserved to the more expensive versions (as will the LiDAR). In point of fact, besides the 3x tele lens, it is anticipated that the iPhone 15 Pro Max would come equipped with a 6x periscope lens. In addition, the new Pros should include an update to 3nm Apple A17 chipsets (and an increase from 6GB to 8GB RAM), whilst the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will just receive an upgrade to the currently available A16 CPUs.

In order to be in compliance with the forthcoming change in rules in the EU, it is anticipated that all four models will have USB-C connections. However, there will still be a distinction between the two models since, according to Ming-Chi Kuo, only the Pros will provide USB 3.2 speeds. As a result, the vanilla devices will only support USB 2.0, the same as the case with all iPhones right now.

The casings of the Pro versions are said to be made of titanium rather than stainless steel. These covers may possibly come with a shift to virtual power and volume buttons, analogous to the home button on the iPhone SE. Other modifications are also anticipated. As per Pu, the iPhone 15 series will be available in shops beginning on September 23, and that date seems to be the goal that Apple has set for itself at this time.

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