When come out iPhone 15 | Part Leaks and Renders

Apple iPhone 15 model will likely be launched in September 2023. If iPhone follows its traditional September launch there timeline. The iPhone 15 is still a long way from being in your hands, but it's hard for Apple to keep secrets about its iPhone lineup. Because there are many suppliers involved, some of whom leak information. 

However, we expect a total of four iPhone 15 models, similar to the iPhone 14 model, with two of them featuring 6.1" displays and the other two likely to be 6.7" iPhone's. One of the 6.1" display iPhones will be the standard iPhone 15, and one of the 6.7" display models could be the iPhone 15 "Plus." Other 6.1 and 6.7" iPhones may be higher and more expensive "Pro" models.


When come out iPhone 15 | Part Leaks and Renders


The best features will be reserved for the iPhone 15 Pro models, just like the iPhone 14 lineup, so it doesn't cost too much. Apple plans to use Qualcomm chips for the new iPhone 15 devices, as its own modem chips in development are not quite ready. The standard iPhone 15 models will get an upgrade to the A16 chipset, which was in the iPhone 14 Pro models, while the iPhone 15 Pro models will use the faster and more efficient 3-nanometer A17 chips. The Pro models are also expected to see some minor design changes with a titanium frame, an upgrade to slimmer bezels and more curved device edges, and the iPhone 15 Pro Max is also rumored to get periscope lens technology for increased zoom capabilities.


iPhone 15 Starting Price

The price of the iPhone 15 model smartphone is rumored to remain the same, but that may change. The standard entry level 6.1" display iPhone 15 smartphone starts at $799 and the iPhone 15 Plus 6.7" display starts at $899.


Design of iPhone 15

With no major design changes at Apple Store, the company will offer four models: iPhone 15 6.1" display variant, same display variant 6.1" iPhone 15 Pro, 6.7" display variant iPhone 15 Max and same display variant 6.7" iPhone 15 Pro Max. "Pro" models are expected to have higher-end features, so they will likely be more expensive. 

 For the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus devices, notable design differences are said to include a "C" type USB port instead of a Lightning port and a transition from a notch to a dynamic island. We spotted USB Type C in a leaked image of an iPhone 15 Pro.



All iPhone 15 models, including Dynamic Island, will use a more powerful and efficient OLED display driver chip, manufactured on a 28nm process, which should allow for lower power consumption and ultimately lead to improved battery life.

Not including promotional technology or always-on display technology, the standard iPhone 15 models will remain excellent despite the dynamic island swap. These features may continue to be reserved for iPhone Pro devices.

The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro are expected to feature an updated design, with proximity sensors integrated into the dynamic island. However, this change will not significantly change the functionality or appearance of Dynamic Iceland. This may change the production cost slightly.


Upcoming iPhone 15 Camera Feature's

Apple is expected to adopt Sony's latest "state of the art" image sensor for the iPhone 15 model. Compared to standard sensors, Sony's image sensor doubles the saturation signal in each pixel, allowing it to capture more light to reduce underexposure and overexposure. The sensor will allow for improvements in portraits and other images, even if strong back lighting is an issue.


When come out iPhone 15 | Part Leaks and Renders

Sony is using semiconductor architecture that places photodiodes and transistors in separate layers, allowing for more photodiodes. It's unclear if all iPhone 15 models will use the new sensor technology or if Apple will limit it to the high-end "Pro" iPhone 15 models.

The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models may adopt the 48-megapixel camera that was introduced in the iPhone 14 Pro models, according to analyst Jeff Pu. The updated lens includes a sensor that captures more light for improved image quality.

Modem Chipset

Apple will use Qualcomm's 5G modem chips for the 2023 iPhone 15 lineup, as it has done since the launch of the 5G iPhone. Apple has been rumored to use its own in-house modem chip as early as 2023, but the technology won't be ready until 2024.

All iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro models will use the same Qualcomm modem chip, likely the X70. Qualcomm's X70 chip offers advanced AI for faster processing speed, a better coverage range, improved signal, lower latency and up to 60 percent improved power efficiency.

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