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iPhone 15 Launch: Introducing the Revolutionary Rollable iPhone

iPhone 15 Flip launches September '23 (Image: Apple)

The highly anticipated global launch of the iPhone 15 series is just around the corner, set to take place within the next two months. Enthusiasts can expect a fresh design and exciting new features in the upcoming iPhone series, which is rumored to surpass the current iPhone 14 series in terms of significant upgrades. One noteworthy change in the iPhone 15 Series will be the replacement of the Lightning connection with a USB-C charging port, signaling a shift towards enhanced connectivity options.

The patents that were filed in October last year are for “electronic devices with rollable displays,” suggesting that Apple is testing ways in which to combine its dominance in the tablet market with its smartphone business. Within the document the patent says the display can be moved from an unrolled state where the larger screen is flat, to a rolled state where some of the display is rolled within the device.

iPhone 15 Launch: Introducing the Revolutionary Rollable iPhone (Image: Tom’s Guide)

Thanks to various leaks and rumors, we have managed to gather extensive information about the highly anticipated iPhone series. Adding to the excitement, a recent leak report has unveiled potential details regarding the launch date of the iPhone 15 series. As per traditions, Apple has always announced the next-generation flagship, as well as additional goods in the month of September, except for one event, which was hosted in October due the pandemic. So keeping in mind the usual launch date of the next-gen iPhone, the iPhone 15 series is expected to be unveiled on September 15, 2023.

 the iPhone 15 series would contain a significant camera upgrade, and design upgrade. The iPhone 15 models is rumored to sport a 48MP primary shooter. The top-end iPhone 15 models are expected to be powered by an A17 chipset, while the regular models will have an A16 Bionic chipset. Furthermore, Dynamic Island will be standard on iPhone 15 models. The tech giant might be able to adapt to the morphing camera cutout/display function, substantially expanding its capabilities.

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