The new iPhone 15 from Apple has a USB-C port and significant camera system upgrades.
The big news in Apple’s recently released iPhone 15 and 15 Plus is a USB-C port. Finally! We’ve been anticipating the day when the iPhone would replace Apple’s exclusive Lightning connector with the widely adopted USB-C standard. In order to meet impending laws from the European Union, Apple announced last year that it would move to USB-C, and the iPhone 15 is now the first iPhone to do so.
The pricing of the iPhone 15 starts at $799 for a 128GB model, and the price of the iPhone 15 Plus is $899 for a 128GB model. Preorders for both will begin this Friday, and both will be accessible on September 22.
Although the introduction of USB-C is welcome, the iPhone 15 won’t feature a completely new look this year. The iPhone 15 and 15 Plus continue to use 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch displays, respectively, making this year’s iPhone basically similar to the iPhone 14 before it.
The Dynamic Island will be included with every model of the iPhone 15 as well. This pill-shaped notch, which offers a novel method to view some notifications and interact with apps, initially appeared on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. The OLED Super Retina display of the iPhone 15 is also 1,600 nits brilliant and supports Dolby Vision content. In direct sunshine, this display’s maximum brightness is 2,000 nits, which is twice as bright as the iPhone 14.
A better camera system is the most obvious improvement on the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus, other than the obvious USB-C and Dynamic Island upgrades. The primary camera sensor has increased from the 12-megapixel one present in the previous iPhone 14 to a 48-megapixel one. Additionally, there is a 12-megapixel ultrawide with telephoto capabilities, and upgrades to the portrait mode eliminate the need to manually transition to portrait mode.
Additionally, Apple is enhancing the iPhone 15 camera’s night mode, Live Photos, and action mode. Additionally, the front camera offers autofocus and portrait lighting if you enjoy taking selfies.
The A16 processor, which was previously used in Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro versions from the previous year, is also being upgraded within the iPhone 15. With the iPhone 15, Apple also guarantees “all-day battery life” due to a larger battery. Like the new Apple Watch Series 9, the iPhone 15 has a second-generation ultra-wideband processor. This enhances connectivity to distant devices and can enable precise finding in Find My, making it simpler to locate friends who own the most recent iPhone 15 models.
The iPhone 14 from the previous year also kept a lot of the iPhone 13’s design. Last year, there was no Mini option, and one of the biggest changes to the iPhone 14 was Emergency SOS, a system for sending out emergency messages while you’re out of mobile signal range.
Along with the new Apple Watch Series 9, which has a “double-tap” function, an upgraded CPU with better GPU performance, and more, Apple is introducing its newest iPhone 15 variants.