According to a new report from 9to5Mac, Apple (read our previous articles on iPhone 15) will announce its iPhone 15 series on September 13. The date which falls on Wednesday would be six days later than last year’s iPhone 14 series announcement. The new report cites multiple sources familiar with the matter which claim US mobile carriers have asked employees no to take days off on September 13 due to a “major smartphone announcement”. This could of course be a non-Apple related launch but the timing makes it sound genuine.
Lately, the air has been buzzing with rumors about the iPhone 15, hinting at sleeker bezels and a sleek titanium frame gracing the 15 Pro models. The anticipation builds as we hear whispers of upgraded cameras and the addition of a periscope module on the 15 Pro Max. Meanwhile, the vanilla 15 and 15 Plus are rumored to embrace the trendy Dynamic Island cutouts, although they might miss out on the 120Hz ProMotion for now.
Looking into our crystal ball, we predict that the iPhone 15 Pro will make its debut with a price tag $100 higher than its predecessor, starting at a princely sum of $1,099. And for those seeking the absolute best, the iPhone 15 Pro Max could demand an additional $200, potentially starting at $1,299. The excitement mounts as we await the official unveiling of these cutting-edge devices!
In terms of design, iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus are expected to come with a dynamic island feature along with USB Type-C port instead of its traditional Lightning port. These standard models are expected to come with A16 Bionic chip. For Pro models, the company is likely to switch to titanium frame from the current stainless steel frame. This is likely to make them lighter. These Pro models might be powered by A17 Bionic chip. It is also expected that iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will come with a new periscope lens for better zoom.