The iPhone 15 series has been a hot topic among tech enthusiasts since it was announced that Apple would launch the new series in September of this year. According to recent reports, the iPhone 15 will feature significant changes compared to its predecessors. However, these new upgrades will come at a cost that may surprise you. In fact, it will make it the most expensive iPhone ever made.
The iPhone 15 series, set to be launched in September of this year, has everyone’s attention. According to the latest information, Apple will bring significant changes to the iPhone 15 series. However, these new upgrades will come at a massive cost, making it the most expensive iPhone ever. According to a recent internal leak, the top-model iPhone 15 Ultra will likely sell for almost $3,000, making it an exclusive luxury product that only a few can afford.
Apple will likely rename the “Pro Max” model to “Ultra,” increasing the gap between the Pro and Ultra models. The most advanced flagship products available from other major mobile phone brands, such as the Xiaomi 12S Ultra and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, all use the prefix “Ultra,” and Apple will follow suit.
For comparison, the 1TB version of the iPhone 14 Pro Max costs $1,699, compared to $1,099 for the 128GB model, $1,199 for the 256GB model, and $1,399 for the 512GB model. Despite this, many people believe that iPhones are already expensive.
IPHONE 15 ULTRA UPGRADES The press conference won’t happen for about half a year, but based on the present rate of exposure, this device is as good as ready. According to recent CAD renders of the device, the camera bump on the iPhone 15 Pro Max measures 3.78mm, which is almost 5% larger than the version on the iPhone 14 Pro Max. A 13mm camera lens fits inside the 16.2 mm-diameter outer camera ring. The new phone’s front and back designs are also not much different from those of the iPhone 14 series. However, the volume keys have been changed from the original push keys to solid-state keys.
iPhone 14 Pro vs iPhone 15 Pro
Several insiders have previously made the CAD designs for the solid-state buttons public. On the side, there will still be button-like shapes, but they won’t operate like real buttons. Only by activating the linear motor of the Taptic Engine is it possible to imitate the feedback of real buttons. Some users are concerned that using a mobile phone case would affect the solid-state buttons’ sensitivity and operability. However, to accommodate these various usage cases, the iOS 17 system, which was unveiled at the autumn conference, will include a switch button that users can adjust in terms of sensitivity.
According to reports, this feature works similarly to the Apple Watch Ultra’s button. Users can modify some operations to suit their specific needs. Before the conference, mobile phone case makers typically obtain the design specifications for Apple’s new iPhone. This allows them to tweak the placement of buttons and make other necessary changes.