The iPhone 14 series has just been released, but rumors about the iPhone 15 have already begun to appear. According to LeaksApplePro, all iPhone 15 models will ditch the Lightning port and replace it with USB-C.

This is not surprising as USB-C will become a mandatory standard in the EU just a few months after the iPhone 15 series goes on sale.

Besides, the "Pro Max" version will be renamed "Ultra". Analysts Ming-Chi Kuo and Mark Gurman have also revealed similar information. This name will be more in line with the current naming scheme on the Apple M1 and Watch. The iPhone 15 Ultra is also expected to have some proprietary hardware compared to other versions.

One of those things is the ability to record 8K videos. Kuo also suggests that the Ultra will have a periscope camera (6x or 5x). In addition, the iPhone 15 Ultra will have improved battery life, lasting more than 3-4 hours.

With all these upgrades, the iPhone 15 Ultra is expected to increase in price over the 14 Pro Max, possibly starting at $1,200 (up from $1,100 on the current 14 Pro Max).

As for the remaining iPhone 15s, there will be some consistency - all four models are expected to adopt the Dynamic Island design.

However, they will still use different chipset levels, with the Pro and Ultra models switching to the new Apple A17, while the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will most likely use the current A16.

It is unknown whether the standard and Plus models will have high refresh rate displays and an Always On mode, but previous rumors have said this will not happen.


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