Although it has not been officially launched yet, almost all information about Apple's upcoming iPhone 14 Series has been revealed as a completely new front design, with a dual punch-hole screen that can automatically adjust the speed. refresh rate from 1-120Hz to save Battery.

A new A16 Bionic chip, isn't expected to be a huge improvement over the A15 but will certainly improve Apple's already-existing lead over the world's Snapdragons and MediaTek. Capable of recording 8K videos thanks to the all-new 48MP camera.

However, this upgrade is not enough for Android users when current Android flagship models all have features that the iPhone 14 Series does not have such as USB-C charging port, 100x periscope camera, etc. But that could change when the iPhone 15 Series launches next year, equipped with all the technology an Android user wants.

According to the report, starting next year, USB-C will be available on all iPhone 15 Series due to a new European law that will require all smartphone models including iPhones to ship with a common USB-C port.

Technically, this regulation does not affect the iPhone 15 (expected in 2023), but if the rumors are true, Apple will rush to equip this technology for the iPhone 15 Series. This seems quite likely when we know the AirPods Pro 2 (coming this fall) is said to have a USB-C port - a first for Apple's wireless headphones.

In addition, there are rumors that the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max are equipped with a periscope camera capable of long-awaited ultra-telephoto zoom. After tons of "confirmations" from famous leakers, top 4 Ming-Chi Kuo now says the zoom camera will be one of the upgrade points on the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max.

iOS 16 has now also been released by Apple with deeper customization features to attract Android users such as the ability to change the lock screen, iCloud shared photo library, edit sent messages, Safari tabs are shared - that's just a small part of the many exciting features coming to iOS 16.

Many people call iOS 16 "one of the biggest software updates in iPhone history," and despite Although this may be controversial, iOS is now increasingly allowing for more customization like Android.


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