iPhone 15 Ultra rumored: 8K video, longer battery life, bigger screen, and more price

recognition time. When Apple announced that its powerful and precious new smartwatch had been dubbed the Apple Watch Ultra instead of the Apple Watch Pro, this writer wondered if Apple was hinting at a change it was planning to make to the Apple iPhone lineup. In my opinion, I thought that perhaps next year Apple would launch an iPhone 15 Ultra at a higher price that would feature specifications that top those of the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Apple can replace the iPhone 15 Pro Max with the iPhone 15 Ultra

But before I start writing, it dawns on me that this will require Apple to use the Ultra name for the iPhone, a name already used by its biggest competitor, Samsung. Apple won’t do that I thought. Well, you already had 86 ideas and went ahead.

As such a competitive business as it is, I was surprised, amused, and even angry at myself after reading a tweet from a Twitter tipster leaks Who wrote about the new naming scheme for the iPhone 2023 models that he supposedly heard from a source (contrary to my expectations it was based on an inside feeling and years of experience writing about the mobile market).
The mentor says that next year Apple will introduce the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Ultra. Not only does he expect them to stand out more than the Pro Max models, he expects them to start at $1,199. That would be $100 more than the iPhone 14 Pro Max’s starting price of $1,099. It is reported that Apple is working on 8K video recording although it is not clear if that will be for the Pro models (iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra) or the Ultra model alone.
TF International’s trusted analyst, and the man who knows what shirt Tim Cook will wear next Thursday in October, Ming-Chi Kuo, hints that only the Ultra model will feature a periscope lens with 5x to 6x magnification. The Ultra battery is said to have an extra three to four hours of life. Did you just see your ears beat?

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We already know, or at least rumored, that all four 2023 models will have Apple’s latest amazing feature you didn’t know you needed, Dynamic Island. This year Apple is expected to put 4nm A16 Bionic inside the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus while 3nm A17 Bionic will power the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra. That would make the iPhone 15 Pro and Ultra models the first iPhone models to use chips made using a TSMC 3nm processing node.

The Apple iPhone 15 line could replace the Lightning port with a USB-C port

The smaller the process node, the more transistors can fit into a small, dense spot like a chip. The more transistors in the chip, the more powerful and energy efficient this component is. Apple is also said to be testing a way to move the components of the True Depth Camera (used for Face ID) to the bottom of the screen using a lens hole.

We’d be remiss if we failed to point out that all iPhone 15 models are likely to finally replace the Lightning port with a USB-C port. But that change may await the iPhone 16 because in the European Union (that’s the EU for you and me), all devices using a wired charging dock should have a USB-C charging port by the fall of 2024.

We haven’t noticed any noticeable change in screen sizes for recent iPhone models. The iPhone 15 Ultra may look to move away from the 6.7-inch iPhone 15 Plus with a larger screen display. All of this makes a lot of sense that Apple shouldn’t even think about it. And even if you use the Samsung Ultra first on the Galaxy S line, we’re sure Apple won’t mind as it calculates the revenue the iPhone 15 Ultra model could bring.


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