iPhone 15: What To Expect From The Next-Gen iPhone


iPhone 15 What To Expect From The Next-Gen iPhone: The iPhone 14 is a fascinating addition to Apple's lineup of smartphones, delivering not just upgrades to the camera system but also distinctive features like built-in satellite communication and automobile crash detection. There is also the iPhone 14 Pro line, which includes Apple's brand-new Dynamic Island and always-on display technologies as well as the first 48Mp camera on an iPhone.

In all honesty, there has never been a better time to purchase an iPhone, but it won't stop Apple from developing the following model in secret at Apple Park.

What should you anticipate from Apple's upcoming iPhone 15, then? Even though it's still early, here is all that is currently known, from early rumors regarding the next-generation iPhone's features to release date and price speculators.

If you're more interested in the most recent iPhone lineup, learn more about the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro individually.

When will the iPhone 15 be released?

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It shouldn't be a surprise that the iPhone 15 won't be available for a while given how recently the iPhone 14 was released. We may anticipate the release of the iPhone 15 in 2023 because Apple typically updates its iPhone lineup once a year.

We can be a little more precise, though, because Apple releases its iPhones around the same time every year, unlike the majority of businesses. Since the launch of the iPhone 5 back in 2012, Apple has favored September unveilings for its flagship iPhone series, with the exception of the iPhone 12's delayed release owing to the Coronavirus epidemic.

In light of this, it is reasonable to believe that the iPhone 15 range will be unveiled sometime in September 2023; however, we will update this section if we learn otherwise in the interim.

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How much will the iPhone 15 cost?

In the US, the iPhone 14 range's price was comparable to that of the iPhone 13 range, but this isn't the case in countries like the UK, where the ordinary iPhone 14 costs £70 more and the iPhone 14 Pro costs an additional £150 compared to last year.

Should we anticipate the same thing from the iPhone 15? Although it's still too early to say for sure, Apple typically maintains prices at a roughly similar level, despite the possibility that price increases similar to those in the UK this year could result from currency swings.

For comparison, the price range for the iPhone 14 is listed below; we anticipate that the price range for the iPhone 15 will be comparable.

  • iPhone 14: From $799/£849
  • iPhone 14 Plus: From $899/£949
  • iPhone 14 Pro: From $999/£1,099
  • iPhone 14 Pro Max: From $1,099/£1,199
Of course, it’s early days and Apple’s pricing plans could change between now and the smartphone’s eventual reveal, so we’ll update this section as soon as hear anything.

What to expect from the iPhone 15

Although the release of the next-generation iPhone is still quite a ways off, it hasn't stopped the rumor mill from spinning. In fact, if early rumors are accurate, the entire iPhone 15 line-up may undergo some significant modifications.

Dynamic Island for all

The iPhone 14 Pro's Dynamic Island, or the new Face ID cut-out, is undoubtedly one of its standout features, but it might not be a Pro-only feature for much longer.

Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), a leader in the display business, claims that Apple plans to include the revised Dynamic Island technology in all of its iPhone 15 models by the end of the current year.

While those expecting a jump to 120Hz may be disappointed, Young stated that "Dynamic Island expected on basic models on the 15" in response to a tweet on the matter in September 2022. However, he also noted that the "supply chain can't handle it."

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Young anticipates that the 120Hz LTPO display technology will come on the mainstream models in 2024, most likely with the iPhone 16.

Young has provided an impressive number of display-related leaks over the past few years, even though they haven't been confirmed. He was among the first to hint at three different Apple Watch sizes and was right on the money with Apple's Dynamic Island, so he's definitely a source worth paying attention to.

Intuitive Dynamic Island will be a terrific addition to the ordinary iPhone 15 if Young's forecast comes true, offering the same outstanding combination of hardware and software that makes the feature so alluring on the iPhone 14 Pro series.

The iPhone 15 Ultra

While the feature sets of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are identical, that hasn't always been the case. In truth, there were only slight variations in Apple's Pro smartphone lineup prior to the launching of the iPhone 13 Pro line.

Similar to how the 12.9-inch iPad Pro has a few more high-end capabilities than the 11-inch model, the Pro Max iPhone has historically had a few more advanced specifications, usually in the area of the camera.

That will reportedly be the case once more with the iPhone 15 Pro variants, and Apple may even go so far as to totally rebrand the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo was the first to propose a greater distinction between Pro models. The analyst asserts that Apple will "start establishing differentiation between iPhone 15 Pro Max and the iPhone 15 Pro" in order to increase orders for Apple's Pro smartphones while discussing the upcoming iPhone range on Twitter.

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While the specific differences are still unknown, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman speculates that Apple may rename the Pro Max as the iPhone 15 Ultra in an effort to further distinguish it from the other iPhone models, much like the Apple Watch Ultra goes above and beyond the features of the standard Apple Watch Series 8.


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