If you’re in the market for a new iPhone 15 Pro or even an iPhone 15 Pro Max, then you may have heard that Apple’s latest flagship smartphones are set to outsell their predecessors by a huge margin. The news comes via a reliable analyst, who claims that Apple’s new iPhone 15 Pro models will see a sales increase of between 40% and 50%.
This is a huge prediction, which is sure to be music to the ears of Apple executives. The iPhone 15 series is set to be unveiled at a special event in mid-September, with the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max both tipped for a big boost in popularity. The main difference between the two devices will be that the Pro Max is expected to include a periscope camera that can provide 5-6x optical zoom.
The iPhone 15 Pro is also tipped to receive a major upgrade in the camera department, with Apple expected to use a Sony “state-of-the-art” sensor that could be almost an inch across. This would give the iPhone 15 Pro a massive advantage in the camera department over its competitors.
In addition to the camera upgrades, the new iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max are expected to have better battery life than their predecessors. This is thanks to a new 3nm A17 Bionic chip that will be able to power the phones for longer periods of time. The phones will also be able to support 27W wired charging, which is faster than previous iPhones were able to handle.
While the new iPhone 15 Pro models are tipped to be popular, they aren’t necessarily going to be cheap. The new iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Plus are both expected to see a price hike of between $100 and $200, which is pretty steep by any standards. This will likely be due to a combination of hardware improvements and increased costs for the phone’s components.
There are also rumors that the new iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Plus will only be available with an eSIM, which means you won’t be able to insert a physical SIM card into them. This will be a problem for many people in the US and other countries that still require a physical SIM.
There are also rumors that the new iPhones will be made from titanium instead of stainless steel, which should make them lighter and more durable than their predecessors. This should help to improve the overall quality of the new devices, while also making them easier to repair. This is a big improvement that should appeal to consumers who want to keep their iPhones for a long period of time. The rumored titanium frame should also reduce the weight of the devices, with some reports claiming that the iPhone 15 Pro could be as little as 0.53 ounces lighter than its predecessor. This will make the device feel more portable and enjoyable to hold for those who prefer smaller phones.