New name, USB-C and other possible features of the future iPhone 15

These are all the news that could arrive in the supposed iPhone 15 when it is launched a year from now, and there are a few surprises.

A couple of weeks ago Apple finally unveiled its new line of iPhone 14 devices, terminals that are very consistent with the previous iteration, and now many are wondering what will happen to the supposed iPhone 15and also with the new version of iOS.

And it is that it is expected that in September of next year we will have the new iPhone 15, a device that will run the new iOS operating system and that will again be divided between the normal versions and the pro versions.

However, one of the stars is sure to be the iPhone 15 Proa device that will offer more advanced features compared to the normal versions, but there are still doubts regarding the new iPhone presented by those from Cupertino.

And it is that the new iPhone, presumably the iPhone 15, has its first relative rumors on social networks, and with some elements that will interest you so that you know if you are interested in waiting for next year or not to acquire a new iPhone.

According to this report, all models will ditch the lightning port in favor of USB type C. On the other hand, Dynamic Island will no longer be exclusive to the pro versions, and therefore will not only appear on the iPhone 15 pro, but also in the normal versions.

As far as the processor is concerned, those from Cupertino could bet on the new A17 processor in the most advanced models and reuse the current A16 processor in the normal models.

More changes for the iPhone 15

On the other hand, it is said that a new naming scheme could eliminate the Pro Max label, and in its place we would have the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra.

On the other hand, those from Cupertino could be interested in improving the battery life, particularly in the Ultra model, so that it lasts 3 to 4 hours more per charge.

The launch of the iPhone 15 is still a long way off, presumably between September and October 2023.

Source: computerhoy.com

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Tarun Kumar

Tarun Kumar has worked in the News sector for 05 years and is currently the Owner and Editor of Then24. He reside in Delhi, India with his Family.

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