The iPhone 15 Series, as speculated by many reports, would come with a USB Type-C port, which would end Apple’s Lightning port. Without the Lightning port, we can also expect better data transfer speeds through this. A recent report also shared how Apple might try to cater to two types of USB-C ports in the future, so there is more at stake than just one type!
Apple will adopt two different kinds of USB-C for the iPhone 15 Series
One of the latest predictions generated by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is that Apple might use a high-speed USB-C port for the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max models. It could either be Thunderbolt 3 or USB 3.2.
There is a rumor that USB 2.0 will be included in the next-generation iPhone and its updates. Data transfer speeds might fall in line with the Lightning port or even faster than the Lightning port. The updated models of the iPhone 15 Pro are said to see a significant speed bump with expected transfer speeds of 40Gbps.
When Apple released the iPhone 14 series, they sold more units based on the Pro model than any of their other models. The iPhone 14 Pro models come with the A16 Bionic chipset, a 120Hz ProMotion display, and many camera upgrades. At the same time, the non-Pro iPhone 14 gets the older A15 Bionic chipset and a 60Hz screen.
Apple’s decision to split off branded and generic iPhones has analysts predicting that competitors will pressure the company to innovate.
The newest iPhones are now possible because of new EU laws, which mandate that all Apple devices have a USB-C port. iPhone 11 Plus comes with 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage, whereas the smaller models come with 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage. The new iPhones may replace physical buttons with their solid-state button design. A feature made common on MacBook Airs and MacBook Pros.
Apple’s latest iPhones have a lot of potential, but not all of them will make it in time for the release. The company has announced that it is looking to update several key features for its much-anticipated iPhone 15 series in the second half of 2023, so stay tuned for more information on their release date and share your thoughts about new features with us here!