Even though the iPhone 14 has just launched, some of you might be interested to wait for the iPhone 15. If you’ve just upgraded to last year's model, upgrading again so soon to the iPhone 14 variants is totally absurd. Surely, the new camera improvements, Crash Detection, and Emergency SOS via satellite are some significant changes, but this is no reason for purchasing another phone immediately. The best you can do is wait for the future iPhone model. Well, there’s surely some time for it but the rumor mills have something in store for you; about what you can expect next year.
2023 can be the biggest year in iPhone history. We are already hearing a slew of rumors about the iPhone 15. Some include USB-C port replacement, A17-chip made with a 3nm process, and "Pill" on display notch cut-out. In addition, a Periscopic Telephoto camera and an under-display fingerprint Touch ID scanner can be a prominent inclusion. All these future improvements can be a big reason for you to wait for the following year's iPhone.
Swiping the Boring Lightning for USB-C Port
Ming-Chi Kuo (Apple Analyst) with Bloomsbury's Mark Goodman believes that Apple will soon be switching to a USB-C port as the testing phase for their devices has already started. This change will improve data transfer and boost charging speeds more. This old but new-to-Apple feature will be giving traditional iPhone users a much more enhanced charging experience than what they have got over the years with the lightning port.
An, Even More, Fluid Dynamic Island
You can forever say bye-bye to the static notches that we have seen over the past decade on most iPhones. Ross Young (Display Expert) had revealed much in advance about the "Pill Shaped" fluid UI shifting software called the "Dynamic Island."
Young commented that this design will be followed throughout in the iPhone 15 line-up with an even more fluid front-facing design. If you're willing to wait, you can let the iPhone 14 users work out the new bugs. You will get an enhanced Dynamic Island with the future iPhone next year.
The Invisible Under-Screen Touch ID
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and The Wall Street Journal's Joanna Stern had already reported ongoing testing for an under-screen fingerprint scanner for iPhone 13. But Apple decided not to go with the idea during that time. Ming-Chi Kuo is anticipating that the under-screen scanner will debut with the iPhone 15 in the second half of 2023. While other companies have already been using this feature for years, it will be a treat for Apple users to get this with the new phone finally.
Integration of a New 3nm A17 Chip
Apple is fully committed to adopting the newly fabricated 3nm TSMC chip processes. They will reportedly use these processes to create A17 chips for the iPhone 15 series. This 3nm Chip process will be helping new iPhones yield 30 percent improved power consumption results. It will also have enhanced performance over the previous 5nm process, which was adapted for A15 and A14, creating a noticeable upgrade.
Blur-Free Periscope Camera Development
The new iPhone will see one of the most significant camera updates with the adaptation of a "Periscopic Telephoto Lens." This upcoming 2023 feature will use a periscopic system that uses angular mirrors to improve the image sensory system of the iPhone. Through this, blurriness will reduce, and it can naturally zoom further with its 10x optical lenses. Using these angular mirrors means you will no longer rely upon artificial digital zooms - which only stretch out images.
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Apple is highly secretive about its products and how it allows its employees to share information. Please take all of the future rumors for the iPhone 15 series with skeptical eyes, as Apple can change its plans anytime. However, the leakers and analysts we mentioned have always cent percent delivered on iPhone news they have shared with Apple lovers.
From everything discussed, the most anticipated upgrade is the USB-C port jump that Apple users will see. We are excited about the periscope camera and the new era 17 chip integration for the future iPhones. The dynamic island has already caught fire with Internet users and will undoubtedly be improved and carried forward to the 15 series. Ming-Chi Kuo has commented on future models having a more distinct feature set for each device. A more extensive selection is undoubtedly great, but choosing can become harder for consumers. Nonetheless, at the moment, the global eyes are on iPhone 14 and its Pro versions, so the 15 variant has to wait.click here!