Apple has introduced the iPhone 15 and the iPhone 15 Plus, both of which have screens measuring 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches, respectively, the same as their predecessors.
Instead of the mute switch, the higher-end iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models, which have respective prices of $999 and $1,199, will have a “action button” that can be programmed to do a wide range of tasks according to the user’s preferences. They have decided to make the sidebars out of titanium as opposed to stainless steel.
In addition, Apple has replaced the Lightning connector with a USB-C charging standard on the new iPhones and AirPods Pro in order to comply with a legislation in Europe. Previously, Apple used the Lightning port. Because of the support for USB-C connection, it will be much simpler for professionals to save high-quality video recorded on their iPhones straight to their own hard drives.
The primary camera on each of the brand-new models has a resolution of 48 megapixels, with the top Pro Max offering both a 5X optical zoom and a 3X telephoto capabilities. Users are able to capture “spatial” or three-dimensional films with the Pro devices, and these videos will be viewable on Apple’s forthcoming Vision Pro headset.
This function was introduced in the United States in collaboration with the American Automobile Association (AAA), and it allows users of the most recent iPhone to get roadside assistance by using the device’s satellite connection.
The A16 Bionic chip is included in the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, while the A17 Pro Chip will be used to power the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max. According to the manufacturer, the hardware that is included in the Pro series makes the products appropriate for high-end mobile gaming.
Apple has also said that the batteries of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, which start at $799 and $899, respectively, are built of recycled cobalt in a one hundred percent proportion.
Watches Apple has introduced the Watch Series 9 and the second generation of the Watch Ultra, both of which have the same proportions as the earlier iterations of this watch.
The most recent watches are equipped with the S9 processor, which is the next generation and is capable of superior animation and effects. It is the first update to the processors offered by Apple since the company introduced its Series 6 line in the year 2020.
The “double tap” function, a new gesture feature that allows the user to manage the watch without touching its face, and an improvement to the watch’s dictation and brightness are among the new features.
The Ultra 2 has been updated with a new watch face that can be personalised and includes more information about exercises. Additionally, the battery life has been enhanced, and it can now last up to 36 hours with typical usage and up to 72 hours on the low-power level.
The Series 9 may be purchased for a starting price of $399, while the Ultra 2 can be purchased for the same price as the older basic model.
The Series 9 is the first product the firm has released that does not contribute to the emission of greenhouse gases, and beginning this year, the production of all watches will be powered only by renewable energy. Apple will never longer use leather in any of its products, including watch bands, beginning next year.
Apple has announced the launching of the second iteration of its AirPods Pro headphones, which will retail for $249 and offer enhanced sound quality in addition to twice as much active noise cancellation as its predecessor. Additionally, it will be available in a wider range of ear-tip sizes.