In advance, pre-release information about the upcoming Apple iPhone 15 is already available. That’s not surprising at all, since Apple leaks often occur years before the release of a product.

So far, the only true Apple iPhone 15 design rumor is that Apple will ultimately remove the Lightning port on its phones in 2023. However, despite rumors to the contrary, Mark Gurman claims that Apple has no plans to bring fingerprint scanning back to the top iPhones. soon.

It’s unfortunate because this capability has been missing from Apple’s top-tier devices since the iPhone 8. Touch ID would have been useful during the months of the epidemic when everybody was wearing masks, and Face ID was struggling to make ends meet.

Apple iPhone 15 Price and Availability

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The only pricing speculation for the iPhone 15 line is the iPhone 15 Ultra — a new phone that could replace the iPhone 15 Pro Max — which starts at $1,199.

The iPhone 15 will be available in September 2023. Apple generally reveals new phones about ten days before they’re released, with pre-orders starting a week before the launch date.


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One of the first rumors about the iPhone 15 is that it’s going to include a new camera. After a rise in megapixels to 48MP on the iPhone 14 Pro versions, the iPhone 15 may finally get a periscope camera for improved long-range shooting and zoom capabilities.

This is something that the Android devices on our list of the best camera phones have done for a long time, and it would be nice to see Apple finally provide it. But, again, we’d be shocked if this wasn’t initially Pro-only – assuming it ever arrives in 2023.

iPhone 15 News, Rumors, and Leaks

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According to one statement, Apple is developing the 3nm A17 Bionic processor for the iPhone 15.

The iPhone 15 is anticipated to change in 2023. The EU has informed Apple that it must include USB-C charging connections on iPhones starting in 2024, but many fans believe that Apple will embrace standard charging earlier, in 2023, and at least one. leak suggests this is the case.

We have also heard from other sources that every iPhone 15 model will receive the Dynamic Island, even though the essential phone and the iPhone 15 Plus will still have a 60Hz screen.

Apple has separated the iPhone line into the standard’ and ‘Pro’ ranges for several generations, with the latter providing more functionality than the previous; the only major change in each range is the screen size. However, with the iPhone 15, the Pro models may become even more fragmented as the Pro Max appears to be on the way out.

According to a significant leaker, the iPhone 15 Pro Max will be called the iPhone 15 Ultra, reflecting Apple’s use of this suffix elsewhere, and will include additional capabilities over the iPhone 15 Pro .

A possible price increase is a significant concern, and we would like to hear more concrete reports on camera improvements. However, since the iPhone 15 is still a year away, there’s plenty of time for more thrilling speculation to appear.