The iPhone 15 will launch in less than six months, and although we already know what the new Pro versions may look like and include, sources also seem to know more about the lower models. The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus are expected to contain the same 48 MP rear camera as the iPhone 14 Pro models, which were the first to use the new sensor.
According to reports, users may shoot more detailed high-resolution ProRAW photographs because of the upgraded sensor. Additionally, the new 2X zoom images that the iPhone 14 Pro versions can capture are made possible by this sensor. Apple has previously limited its principal sensors for all iPhone models to 12 MP.
The website states that Jeff Pu, an analyst at the Hong Kong-based investment company Haitong International Securities, provided the information. Pu was also the first to reveal that the iPhone 15 Pro versions would not have solid-state capacitive buttons owing to “design issues”.
Pu continues to anticipate that the future iPhone 15 Pro models would have a titanium frame, Apple updated A17 Bionic CPU, and an expanded 8GB RAM. He also said that all four of the iPhone 15 models, which are scheduled to be released in September of this year, would not feature lightning ports but rather USB-C ones. According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, the firm sold iPhones worth $51.3 billion in its March quarter, setting a record for the business. Additionally, the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus continued to wow consumers with their long-lasting batteries and cutting-edge cameras.