The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro are the most different in the world, and that’s because Apple itself is hell-bent on pointing out a huge gap between the normal iPhone and the premium iPhone Pro model. Whether it is about features or the new i-shape display, you can easily see the gap in both. This gap is now increasingly being talked about between the Pro and non-Pro models of the iPhone 15 series. Since the arrival of the report, there is already a lot of discussion about the upcoming iPhone series. Here’s what you need to know about the gap between the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro. Let’s know.
iPhone 15 vs iPhone 15 Pro: Expected Features
One of the most talked about changes in the iPhone 15 lineup is the USB-C port. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has claimed that Apple may replace its classic Lightning port with a USB-C port for all iPhone 15 models. But it will be different for Pro and non-Pro variants. Ming-Chi Kuo says that “latest survey indicates all 2H23 new iPhones will ditch Lightning and switch to USB-C, but only two high-end models (15 Pro and 15 Pro Max) will support wired high-speed connectivity.” Transfer, and the two standard ones (15 and 15 Plus) still support USB 2.0 like Lightning.”
The iPhone 15 Pro model will support USB 3.2 or Thunderbolt 3, which will improve the wired transfer and video output experience for users.
Apart from this, the iPhone 15 Pro is expected to have the A17 Bionic chipset, while the non-Pro version may get the A16 Bionic chipset. Not just that, the iPhone 15 Ultra (pro max) is expected to feature a first-of-its-kind dual-selfie camera on an iPhone and a titanium chassis, which is about 35% thicker than the stainless steel material used in the present. is costly. On Pro Max, Forbes reported earlier. However, there is no such report for the standard iPhone 15 model.
Kuo also revealed that the clicking volume and power buttons on the Apple iPhone 15 Pro could be replaced with solid buttons that will vibrate when touched.