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  • Zachary Ridgwick

iPhone 15 - what to expect?

It’s been over half a year since Apple released their latest flagship product, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models. And although September is ages away, there’s already some speculation about the new iPhone line up: namely the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro. This article will go over what’s expected in September, to dates, design, prices and features.

The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro lineups are likely to be released in late September (around the 22nd), per Apples usual schedule in a live stream on YouTube, also like in the past.

Firstly, let’s start with the ‘budget’ lineup: the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. These phones are generally the cheaper and more accessible options, with less features, worse battery and camera than the Pro and Pro Max models. That doesn’t make them bad in any way though! The design will probably stay the same, although there might be new colours: light pink and blue. The dynamic island Apple introduced last year in the 14 Pro models is expected to join the 15 and 15 plus. One of the biggest changes with be the transition to USB - C. If you don’t know what that is, here’s a picture (lightning cable on the current iPhones left, usb -c right).

The reason for this is Apple was forced to transfer because of new laws in the EU. This is

partly good news, since now we can use the same chargers as iPads, MacBooks and other devices. The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will probably have the A16 chip from last year in the 14 Pro and Pro Max, and the battery and camera will definitely improve from last years. The price is likely to be around £749 for the iPhone 15 and £849 for the 15 Plus.

On to the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. This is the higher end line up, with better battery, camera, features... basically the upgraded version of the iPhone 15 and 15 plus. There should be a new A17 chip in the new phone with longer lasting battery and better camera. The biggest change is the design. Instead of the ‘sharp’ and ‘uncomfortable’ square edges on all iPhones since the iPhone 12, it seems that apples going back to the rounded edges in the Pro models this year. The pill at the top will become smaller and there will be only one long volume button, with the volume increasing or decreasing depending on where you press. The price is currently unknown.

Hoping you enjoyed this article I advise you to take this with a grain of salt, since leaks aren’t always true - but this should give you an idea what to expect.


Photo: with-the-new-usb-type-c-interface/

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