A new report indicates 'greater differentiation' between Apple's iPhone 15 and 15 Pro models

A new report indicates ‘greater differentiation’ between Apple’s iPhone 15 and 15 Pro models

if you think appleThe newer Pro iPhones are so radically different from their non-pro brethren, you should probably wait and see what the company has planned for the next big iOS phones.

Obviously we’re not talking about the right budget Fourth generation iPhone SEwhich will likely break cover in early 2023 with a design similar to 2018’s iPhone XR rather than the iPhone 14 family, but the high-end iPhone 15 lineup.
despite Possible brand reviewsWhile this is widely expected to feature four main variants, as well as a larger number of cameras and a faster processor, the two premium models could get some other significant improvements over the “standard” members of the iPhone 15 slate.

Long-awaited improvement, mandatory change, etc.

Don’t expect to hear this from Apple, as the company considers it irrelevant to the iOS user experience, but iPhone 15 Pro And the 15 Pro Max (or Ultra) could share 8GB of RAM, surpassing the entire iPhone 14 range and presuming the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus through a couple of solid gigs of goodies.

Apple reportedly wants the improved memory count to match its new processor, which certainly means Pro members of their iPhone 15 family will pack A17 Bionic Silicon While the “Vanilla” and Plus models are likely to settle on borrowing the A16 Bionic from iPhone 14 Pro And the 14 Pro Max.
Meanwhile, the gap between the camera capabilities of the iPhone Pro and non-Pro devices tends to widen in 2023 with the help of telephoto periscope lens On the back is the Pro Max (or Ultra) model and the ultra-high-end 8P design that’s been rumored for both the 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max (or Ultra).
Finally, the odds of any of these four variants of the iPhone 15 combine a file 5G modem made by Apple In addition to the Apple-made CPU and GPU, it’s thin (at best), although that could very well change when it comes to the iPhone 16 family in 2024.

A quick update to the success of the iPhone 14 series

Aside from sharing the above (largely unsurprising) predictions about next year’s specs and features iPhone 15 In the series, TrendForce is also publishing some (not equally surprising) iPhone 14 and total iPhone sales estimates for 2022 today.
Although advertising iPhone 14 Plus struggle To connect with the mainstream audience, it appears that Apple still expects to improve total global mobile phone shipments for 2021 by about 3 percent.

That would bring this year’s tally to about 240 million units, of which the iPhone 14 family is likely to account for 36%. That’s certainly not bad for nearly three and a half months of commercial availability worldwide, and of course, the strong overall box office performance is mainly due to the exceptional demand generated by the 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max models.

The premium duo is said to have jumped from the originally planned 50 percent of iPhone 14 series production to 60 percent, with Apple strongly considering increasing that number in the near future to 65 percent as it continues to reduce the 14 Plus for manufacturing and distribution due to weak demand.
Unfortunately for the Cupertino-based tech giant, the economic climate has already caused A big pain for many other smartphone sellers It is expected to lead to a very serious decline in iPhone production as well starting in the first quarter of 2023. This indicates that the iPhone SE 4 cannot come soon enough… and at a low enough price to help Apple avoid unfavorable market conditions.

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