Comparing the iPhone 15 Pro with last year’s iPhone 14 Pro, there are significant modifications, with the most significant being the replacement of Apple’s Lightning port with a USB-C charging port.
The forthcoming iPhone 15 Pro is anticipated to be unveiled by Apple in the autumn, but early glimpses of the device have been made available via new renders. The most recent renders of the iPhone 15 Pro are based on computer-aided design (CAD), which implies they are not very refined.
The iPhone manufacturer sends CAD files to accessory manufacturers in Asia before new product launches to help them prepare products in advance of the official iPhone launch. At first sight, it is challenging to detect all variations, primarily as the render is in a single solid color.
However, according to 9to5Mac, there are some significant distinctions between the iPhone 15 Pro and last year’s iPhone 14 Pro, with the most notable being the replacement of the Apple Lightning port with a USB-C charging port. The USB-C port is located at the bottom of the device, next to the bottom-firing speaker, as shown in the render.
The iPhone 15 Pro also has a slimmer design, and the glass meets the metal frame with curvier edges. The rear camera setup features a thicker island and thicker lenses, representing another significant change.
Last year in September, Apple introduced the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models, which included a significant modification by replacing the notch with Apple’s Dynamic Island. At launch, the iPhone 14 Pro started at a price of Rs 1,29,900, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max started at a price of Rs 1,39,900. The latter model features a 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display with ProMotion and Always-On features. In terms of camera capabilities, the iPhone 14 Pro Max includes a 48MP primary rear camera, as well as a 12MP telephoto sensor and a 12MP ultra-wide sensor.
Apple’s upcoming iPhone 15 lineup will be in direct competition with Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S23 series. Samsung has recently launched this series with a brand-new, customized top-tier Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, which is the first of its kind in the smartphone industry. The Galaxy S23 Ultra is a notable highlight of the series, offering incremental improvements compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra. It boasts a 200MP ISOCELL HP2 proprietary sensor with an f/1.7 aperture, accompanied by a 12MP ultrawide camera and two 10MP telephoto sensors. All of the models in the S23 series come with the same 12MP front-facing camera.