At its live and online “Wonderlust” event in Cupertino, California, on Tuesday, Apple announced the iPhone 15. Some specialists claim that new iPhone 15 is basically unchanged from the previous version, yet the presentation featured a number of interesting new features that showcase probably the biggest improvements yet.
Apple unveiled the debut of the much awaited iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max on Tuesday morning at its Wonderlust event in Cupertino. The tech giant also revealed the arrival of two stylish Apple Watch models, the Series 9 and Ultra 2.
The iPhone’s 48-megapixel camera, 2,000-nit brightness, and impressive gaming specs, the Pro model’s gorgeous and light titanium body, and the Apple Watch’s convenient double-tap feature are just a few of the incredible specifications that each device offers. However, one new feature may make you exhale in relief. Apple has replaced the lightning port on the iPhone, which has been used for 11 years, with a USB-C port on the 15-series models, allowing you to use the same connection to charge your MacBook, iPhone, iPad, and AirPods.
The Pro and Pro Max this year have screens that are the same size as the new iPhone 15 and 15 Plus at 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches, respectively. The A17 Pro chip, which Apple claims offers the fastest performance in any smartphone and can even compete with some high-end PCs, powers both devices. Apple appears to believe that these devices, along with a revised GPU, are ready to raise the bar for the games you can play on your phone.
The 15 Pro, according to Apple, is the first phone with 10Gbps transfer speeds, making it much simpler to get images and videos (or other large files of any kind) off your phone.
The Action Button is a new button that you may personalize to do shortcuts, activate accessibility features, open the camera, turn on the flashlight, and more. It replaces the ringer switch on the left side of the iPhone Pro. It still functions as a ringer switch by default, but you’ll want to use it for more than that.
Iphone 15 vs. Iphone 15 Pro
Apple introduced the newest crop of iPhones on Tuesday at its Wonderlust event, along with upgrades to the Apple Watch. It’s time to choose between the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro, and you might soon have to decide whether to spend the extra cash on a Pro model.
The new Dynamic Island, which distinguished the iPhone 14 from the iPhone 14 Pro on previous models, has now trickled down to the standard iPhone 15, rendering the whole iPhone 15 line notchless. However, there are crucial distinctions to take into account while choosing between the iPhone 15 and 15 Pro.
The 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro both has a resolution of 2,556 x 1,179 pixels. However, Apple’s ProMotion technology means that the display on the Pro has a variable refresh rate between 10Hz and 120Hz. Compared to the iPhone 15’s fixed 60Hz refresh rate, it should produce smoother action in videos, games, and even just navigating through websites. The Pro will reduce the refresh rate while you aren’t playing games or watching YouTube on your phone in order to save battery.
The always-on display on the iPhone 15 Pro keeps the screen lit as it charges so you may enjoy StandBy mode. The iPhone 15 does not have an always-on display. The materials used to make the 15-inch and 15-inch Pro iPhones differ. The iPhone 15 has an aluminium body and a glass back with colour infusion, whereas the iPhone 15 Pro has a titanium body and a matte, textured glass back.
For the iPhone 15, additional colour choices include pink, soft yellow, light green, pastel blue, and black. More sober colours like black, white, dark blue, and natural titanium that has a beige appearance are offered on the iPhone 15 Pro.
The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro both have two cameras on the back, similar to earlier iPhone models. The iPhone 15 Pro adds a 12-megapixel telephoto lens with a 3x optical zoom that allows you to get closer to your subject. Both models come with a 48-megapixel wide lens and a 12-megapixel ultrawide lens.
While night mode is supported on both devices, only the iPhone 15 Pro allows for portrait-style night mode photography.
The A16 Bionic chip within the iPhone 15 and the A17 Pro chip inside the iPhone 15 Pro are different. Given that each processor is a six-core CPU with two performance and four efficiency cores, both models should be more than fast enough. The A17 Pro Bionic CPU in the iPhone 15 Pro includes a six-core GPU compared to the A16 Bionic’s five-core GPU, making it more suitable for graphics and gaming.
Both models come in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage options, with the iPhone 15 Pro also providing a 1TB option.