Apple has revealed the much-anticipated iPhone 15 series, with the Pro models receiving upgrades in hardware and pricing.
The A17 bionic chip is set to offer 35% power efficiency improvements over the A16 chip, with impressive scores on benchmark tests.
Unfortunately, the Pro models will see a price increase due to upgrades in the titanium frame, solid state buttons, taptic engines, and a new periscope zoom lens.
However, the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will remain at a similar price to last year.
The Pro and Pro Max models will also feature new, more efficient lidar scanners from Sony, improving battery life and overall performance.
Macotakara on YouTube has revealed 3D printed models of all four iPhone 15 models, based on leaked CAD designs.
Apple is focusing on the Pro and Pro Max models to push sales, as a new report suggests 25% of current users haven’t upgraded their iPhone in four years.
While the iPhone 15 Pro Model stands out with its powerful chipset, better cameras, and display, it may not be worth upgrading from the iPhone 14.