iPhone 15 models are expected to launch on September 12 or 13 the day before, and preorders as well as sales starting the next Friday (September 22,). This is an usual launch date for Apple.
In the CAD leaks, it is believed there is a possibility that Pro models will drop the Lightning connector in favor of USB-C. This is compatible with the latest European law. This should allow faster charging speeds.
There’s been much discussion regarding the many upgrades Apple has been rumored to have made with it’s iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max (or, according to who you trust, the new iPhone Ultra). But one specific upgrade has stood out: titanium. There are reports that Apple is likely to change from stainless steel to titanium in its Pro models. This may create phones that are lighter and more durable.
The change will also reportedly permit Apple to move away from the current flat-sided design to something that is more similar to the rounded edges that are present on the most recent MacBook Pros. The curved edges would add a bit of elegance on the phone, yet still enough to enable MagSafe as well as wireless charging.
Titanium is a good choice as it’s extremely light and strong, but is actually cheaper to produce in comparison to stainless steel. That means that it can offer a better price-to-weight ratio than stainless steel, and may even be less expensive than aluminum. The material is already in use on the Apple Watch Ultra and physical Apple Card, so a shift to titanium on the iPhones would be a major move for Apple. It could also mean an enormous price increase to consumers, contingent upon how much the company would like to invest.
The forthcoming iPhone 15 series has been at the center of numerous of leaks, ranging from CAD renderings to speculations about the design of its camera. But one among the most interesting reports concerns the wireless charging capabilities. According to a new research by ChargerLab The regular iPhone 15 will support fast wireless charging up to 15W. This is a significant improvement over the current rate of 7.5W, which is only available using MagSafe chargers.
The new feature is likely to become part of the new Qi2 open standard. This is an upgraded version of the MagSafe technology. The technology is said to be more efficient and provides better power transfer between charger and phone. Additionally, it’s reported to be more durable as compared to MagSafe as it can be loose or dislodged over time.
The new technology could indicate the end of Apple’s”walled garden” policy which had previously restricted the use of non-Apple chargers for the company’s phones. If the company is able to remove its requirement for MagSafe chargers to allow wireless charging at speeds that are high and let additional devices, such as laptops or tablets that come with a USB C port. It is also a great way to comply with EU laws that mandate ports for charging as well as transfers of data.
Apple’s latest iPhone series is expected to have a major upgrade to its charging capabilities. While the company hasn’t explicitly declared this upgrade but industry sources claim that the latest phones will have faster charging speeds than their predecessors.
The fast charging options will likely to be limited to Pro models. There is a chance that the basic model only supports USB 2.0 technology. This won’t provide much improvement over Lightning. The Pro model is, however may be equipped by Thunderbolt 3 or USB 3.2 with blazingly rapid file transfers.
In addition to quicker charging capabilities, the forthcoming iPhone 15 is also believed to iphone 15 plus 256gb be equipped with an upgraded camera. According to reports, Pro and Max’ models will feature the periscopic lens, which can offer up to six times optical zoom. The Pro models may also retain the 120Hz refresh speed.
With regard to the iPhone 15’s battery reports suggest that it’s going to have up to 18 percent more capacity than its predecessor. This increase will allow users to use the phone for more than the usual. The new phone will also have a 2TB option for storage. This is twice what was available in any previous iPhone.