Although the anticipated iPhone 15 release date is still several months away, we are already beginning to see how the new iPhone is taking shape due to enthusiastic leakers. Although the iPhone 15’s vanilla and Pro flavors have both been teased with some significant upgrades, its fundamental design is anticipated to remain very similar to that of the iPhone 14 series.
The entry-level model of Apple’s most recent cell phone is the iPhone 14. Since the regular model of the iPhone 14 family is equipped with some excellent hardware, including Apple’s A15 bionic CPU, a clear Super Retina XDR OLED screen, and a dual camera system with two 12 MP lenses, it is expected to appeal to the majority of buyers. Even while the phone has some outstanding features, there are rumors that the iPhone 15 may improve in a few crucial areas.
This straightforward improvement elevates the iPhone 15 significantly from the iPhone 14 in terms of usage.
- Colors of the iPhone 15 Pro / 14 Pro:
- Both are a dark shade of black.
- Both have a white or silver hue.
- Grey Titanium on 15 Pro
- Indigo on 15 pro
- Gold on the 14 Pro (but not the 15 Pro)
- Deep Purple on the 14 Pro (but not the 15 Pro)
The 6.1-inch OLED screen on the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro will be the same size. Samsung uses the most recent and cutting-edge OLED panels to make these displays. Peak outdoor brightness for the iPhone 14 Pro is 2,000 nits, and the 15 Pro may set an even higher standard.
Expect to see a minor improvement in color accuracy, but keep in mind that iPhones already have extremely accurate screens, so most users won’t likely notice the change significantly.
ProMotion technology, which can switch from 1Hz for static content like lock screen wallpapers to 120Hz when you are scrolling for a buttery smooth experience, is supported by both models and can support 120Hz refresh rates.
The Dynamic Island is anticipated to arrive on the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus after making its debut on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max last year. It’s a wonderful addition that is still only available on Pro models, which may be the reason for its underutilization. It offers a small window that switches between programs like your music player, notifications, or even Apple’s Live Activities.
CPU and RAM
The same A16 Bionic Chip featured in the iPhone 14 Pro phones from last year is anticipated to be included in the iPhone 15. This means that overall performance will be better than the entry-level iPhone 14 from that year, with higher graphics performance almost certainly being a given.
Whether Apple has made any battery advancements with the iPhone 15 is still unknown. Apple attempts to increase the chip efficiency each year to extend the life of the onboard power supplies. However, this is always balanced against the need for new, power-hungry features, like the Dynamic Island, which is anticipated to arrive this year. When the new iPhone is made available, we’ll validate battery performance.
It’s difficult to choose between an iPhone 14 and an iPhone 15 right now, so it’s fortunate that the iPhone 15 is set to come (likely in only a month). If at all possible, wait until Apple announces its new models and then determine which one is best for you. Particularly if you want to purchase a non-Pro model, as Apple regularly offers a discount on one or two older models each year. This time, we anticipate that the model will be the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.
Which Should I Purchase?
We won’t make a final decision on which phone you should purchase until Apple completely unveils its iPhone 15 line-up at its presentation on September 12. However, some traditional guidelines still hold true today and can guide your financial decisions.
Key features of the iPhone 14 will probably be enhanced in an iPhone 15, especially in terms of CPU speed and camera quality. This will cost more, but not necessarily more than the iPhone 14 did when it was first released. This is because the price of last year’s phone will drop whenever a new, improved model enters the market.
1. What distinguishes the iPhone 15 from the iPhone 14?
We finally bid the notch, which appeared on iPhones starting with the iPhone X, farewell. One of the two primary design modifications that sets the iPhone 15 apart from the iPhone 14 is the Dynamic Island, with the other being the switch to USB-C.
2. What distinguishes the iPhone 15 from the iPhone 14?
The iPhone 15 and 15 Plus, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who has a good track record of reporting on Apple leaks, will essentially be a repackaged iPhone 14 Pro without the telephoto camera or stainless steel chassis. The A16 chip from the 14 Pros and a 48-megapixel main camera would be carried over to the new phones.
3. How much is the iPhone 15?
Starting at $799 (unchanged) for the iPhone 15. Starting at $899 for the iPhone 15 Plus (no changes). Starting at $1,099 for the iPhone 15 Pro (an increase of $100). Starting at $1,299 for the iPhone 15 Pro Max, a $200 price increase.
4. What hues will the iPhone 15 be available in?
In theory, there will be a few more exciting alternatives available for the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus. White, black, yellow, pink, and blue are the colours we can see. Unexpectedly, the Product Red iPhone 15 is not available this year. The graphic below shows these colours, and the most recent Apple Insider video appears to confirm them.