There’s lots of speculation regarding the launch time of iPhone 15. Some sources claim it will be on 13th September, but it’s a Wednesday.
The device is expected to appear a little different from the existing lineup, sporting slimmer bezels and an updated design. Repairability is also expected to be improved with the change to USB-C, which will provide faster download speeds for data.
5G connectivity potential
Apple is said to be developing the creation of an iPhone 15 model that would come with 5G connectivity. The report claims that the version will provide a quicker data transfer rate that the current version and it will also improve the battery life of the phone by up to 50%.
It’s also believed that the non-Pro variant of the new iPhone 15 will have a Periscope camera mounted on the back and will be able to shoot high-quality zoom images. The model ip 15 plus will be able to take photos using the optical zoom at 6x, and this feature will help it compete with Android and iPhone rivals.
With regard to other capabilities we can expect that the iPhone 15 will have a USB-C port rather than the Lightning connector. Additionally, it will allow Gigabit Ethernet connections. This is an exciting modification as it will make the iPhone 15 more flexible when it comes to connecting to different gadgets.
The idea has also been put forward that iPhone 15 models will continue using the Made for iPhone (MFi) program to restrict third-party accessories as well as keep the speed of data transfer up to speed. This approach is similar to how Apple limits MagSafe chargers. It’s likely that the same restrictions will be applied to USB-C ports that will be available on the newly released iPhones.
Night mode enhancements
The iPhone cameras have gotten incredibly powerful in recent years however, low-light photography is an ongoing challenge. The new feature known as Night Mode makes things a slightly easier. It will automatically turn on whenever the iPhone detects a dark environment and can make a 30 second photograph, however it needs the user to keep their iPhone stable and the ambient lighting level at an acceptable amount.
The leaked update to the firmware for the iPhone 15 reveals a few enhancements to the capabilities of this feature. In the first place, it is possible to reduce the quantity of blue light that is emitted through the display. This is a way to ease problems with eyestrain that are associated with screen time, that ranges from diminished attention spans to sleep cycle interruptions. It works by reducing the intensity of white pixels, and replacing them with warmer tones that are less harmful to the eyes.
The software will let users enable users to enable a Night Shift schedule that can be configured to automatically turn the feature on when it is sunrise or sunset, and for a particular amount of time, which can be customised to the individual. Another major change is camera image quality. Apple expects to raise the bar for megapixels on the entire range of Pro models up to 48MP, and give the iPhone 15 Plus some serious photography power.
Advanced machine learning integration
It is expected that Apple’s iPhone 15 will feature advanced machine-learning integration capabilities thanks to a revolutionary Ultra Wideband chip. The technology will enable Apple Vision Pro to track devices better, increasing the accuracy of device location services. Additionally, it is said to improve the experience of augmented reality with improved objects tracking.
Another rumor suggests that the battery in the iPhone 15 is going to be improved, enabling the phone to run longer between recharges. This could be a major bonus for people using their phones as digital cameras, as well as video recording.
A new USB-C port will be included on the iPhone 15, replacing the Lightning port that has been in use since when the iPhone 14. Sources suggest that it will accommodate Thunderbolt 3 data transfer speeds of up to 40Gbps.
The iPhone 15 is different from previous models. iPhone 15 is expected to be available in a range of different colors. According to an reliable Apple leaker, the regular phone will be available with cyan as well as magenta finishes, while the Pro versions will continue to include space grey and gold. The rear of the phone will be made from titanium, and will provide a tougher build that the back panel of the iPhone 14’s made of plastic. Lastly, it’s been suggested that the Pro versions will feature an option to add a MagSafe power adapter that allows wiring charging that can reach 35 Watts.