According to a report from highly regarded sources such as Mark Gurman, the iPhone 15 series will be made available in preorder from the 12th or 13th of September and goes up for sale about a week later. This year, Apple has been reported to introduce an additional dark red hue in the line-up.
It’s also rumored that Pro and Pro Max models will get a new lens. Pro as well as Pro Max models will get a new periscope lens, allowing them to zoom six times optically.
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The iPhone 14 Pro was the first time Apple offered a 120Hz display for its flagship model however, it appears that it will restrict this feature on the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Plus. This is unfortunate, since Apple’s standard iPhone models are way further behind Android competitors in terms of screen technology.
The phone’s Pro variants include ProMotion with a 120Hz dynamic screen that is able to automatically alter its refresh rate depending upon the specific task in order to save battery power. This is a method that all other mobile companies are using to improve the performance of their batteries as well, so there’s nothing to stop Apple to not offer it as a standard feature on iPhones.
According to a recent tweet from Ross Young, an expert on the field of display technology it’s likely that Apple will introduce 120Hz on the basic iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. The expert says BOE which is Apple’s principal suppliers, will not possess LTPO screens available to launch in time, so the company will likely use 60Hz screens on the standard iPhone models for the upcoming year.
Apple is poised to set an all-new standard for smartphones with the introduction of a camera with periscope in the iPhone 15 Pro Max. This innovative technology allows for an optical 5x, or 6x zoom. That’s far more than the 3-x camera on existing iPhones.
The lens for periscopes utilizes a prism to fold the optics inward and then direct them towards the sensor. This allows for a much more expansive lens without taking up the interior space. The result is stunning with stunning images and amazing detail across the entire range of zoom.
Periscope cameras are an extremely popular feature on Android phones for some time since, with brands like Huawei and Samsung selling phones equipped with this feature. However, this is the first time Apple will include it into its flagship phone.
An experienced analyst and Apple oracle Ming Chi Kuo forecasts that Apple will limit the camera’s periscope capabilities to the high-end Pro and Pro Max models in the coming year. The trend will continue through 2024. There is a chance that the lower-end top-end iPhones won’t get a periscope camera, as it’s expensive to Apple to implement the technology. It’s in line with the previous reports that suggested the company will only add advanced features to its flagship versions.
Apple’s vision of a full-screen phone could be a reality with iPhone 15. iPhone 15. Rumors suggest that phones like the Pro or Max models may be stripped of bezels altogether and will be more similar to phones like the Pixel 3 and Galaxy S10 in terms screen size. The new method of “LIPO” (low-injection pressure over-molding) may be able to make this happen, reducing the edge of phones by 1.5 millimeters.
In iOS 15, Apple will be enhancing the audio functions to help improve your video calls and other applications like FaceTime, Google Hangouts, and Instagram. Mic Mode processing will focus the conversation, cuts down background noise, and increases the volume of low-volume music. It is possible to enable the feature simply by tapping down on the top left corner of your iPhone’s display.
A new option is Wide Spectrum mode, which enhances audio by capturing every sound heard when you make a video call. It is currently available in FaceTime and is also coming to other apps like WhatsApp, Zoom, and the GPS in your car. This can be done by launching Control Center Control Center during a video call and pressing the Wide Spectrum button. This mode is a great way to connect with distant friends. There is the option to also share music during a FaceTime call and listen to it all together.