iPhone 15 – Everything You Need to Know

Published Date : Sep 15, 2023
Category : iOS | Tech News
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Although the iPhone 15 and its other versions feature a look that is very similar to that of its predecessor, the iPhone 14, it offers important changes. Moreover, the price is much more appealing. This contains a new back camera, improved processing power, and the introduction of the Dynamic Island technology, which was previously only available on the Pro model.

Are you curious? You really ought to be! Here is all you need to know about the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. The review guide includes all the important information such as pre-order, release dates, pricing information, and a rundown of all notable features included in this year’s lineup.

Date of Release and Price:

The iPhone 15 was introduced on September 12 during Apple’s September event.  The company has stated that it will be available for pre-order beginning this Friday (September 15). The shipments for the orders will begin from 22nd September.

The price of the iPhone 15 will be identical to those of its predecessors, with one notable exception. The base model of the iPhone 15 Pro Max now has 256GB of storage space and carries a larger price tag of $1,199. Although you do receive twice as much storage space with the new iPhone, this model costs $100 more than the previous-generation 128GB iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Model NumberPrice
iPhone 15$799
iPhone 15 Plus$899
iPhone 15 Pro$1099
$iPhone 15 Pro Max$1199

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iPhone 15 Colors:

This year, Apple has elected to release the iPhone 15 in a suite of pastel colors, including

  • Black
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Yellow
  • Pink

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iPhone 15 Camera:

  • The iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max both include the familiar triple-camera setup that has become the industry standard.
  • Apple has replaced the classic “telephoto” camera on the iPhone 15 Pro Max with a new sort of camera this year: a periscope camera. This camera boasts 5x zoom capabilities and a 120mm focal length with an aperture of 2.8.
  • The periscope camera also replaces the previous “telephoto” camera.
  • In comparison, the telephoto camera found on the 15 Pro is capable of shooting at 3x at a focal length of 77mm.
  • When utilizing the long lens length, the camera’s enhanced stabilizer helps prevent shaking, which is a disadvantage of using such a focal length.
  • Aside from this significant alteration, the cameras are very comparable to the 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max cameras from the previous year.
  • The primary camera has the same resolution as before, 48 megapixels, but the sensor is now larger than it was a year ago.
  • Additionally, it has a focal length of 24 millimeters and an aperture of 1.78. You now have the ability to shoot with the primary camera using one of three distinct focal lengths, ranging from 24mm to 28mm to 35mm.
  • The Ultra Wide camera has a Macro setting that works at 13mm and an aperture of 2.2. When all of the cameras and lenses are included, Apple refers to it as having “seven lenses in your pocket.”
  • The business is also promoting the new portrait modes that are included on all models of the iPhone 15, which should lead to enhanced color reproduction and an enhanced bokeh effect.
  • It is not essential to switch to picture mode in order to take a picture using iOS because the necessary elements for portraiture will be captured automatically.
  • Exciting new features have been added to the Camera app, including control over focus and depth, which were previously only available in “pro” camera programs.

iPhone 15 Video Mode:

  • On the video side of things, you now have the ability to record “Spatial Video,” a kind of 3D film that you will be able to view with the forthcoming Apple Vision Pro.
  • In addition to this, it is the very first iPhone to utilize the “Academy Color Encoding System.”

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iPhone 15 Display:

Let us now learn about the screen of the new iPhone 15. The display of iPhone 15 is not a significant increase from previous models because it retains the same OLED display of 6.1-inch as its predecessors. The camera resolution of 1170 X 2532, which is quite comparable to the resolution of the iPhone 14. However, the peak brightness has been increased to 1000 nits from that of 1,200 nits.

However, the frequency remains at 60 Hz. That is a little bit disappointing, particularly refresh rate because the latest Android phones that often have refresh rate this low, are the very least expensive ones. On the other hand, overall quality of display ought to be rather good, similar to that of it’s previous versions.

Another notable change is the Ceramic Shield. It is built to offer enhanced protection against bumps, scrapes, etc., and is used to cover the screen as usual. Additionally, iOS 17’s Standby mode can be supported by both of the standard iPhone 15 models.

USB-C Port:

Apple’s transition to the USB-C standard with all of the iPhone 15 models this year is the story that everyone is talking about. The Lightning port that Apple has been using since 2012 has been finally replaced with the C-type port. This port is most likely already present on most of your other technological devices.

Even though all iPhone 15 models will be getting USB-C, the Pro iPhones will come with greater speeds. Moreover, they will also support USB 3.0 speeds that can reach up to 10 Gbps.

Action Button:

This iPhone is the first to replace the traditional mute switch with a new “Action button.” This change has been the subject of persistent rumors over the course of the past year. The Action button has many different purposes.

  • You can continue to use it as a mute switch by pressing and holding the button,
  • start a voice memo,
  • pull up the camera,
  • toggle a shortcut, and so on.

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Connection Specifications:

Wi-Fi 6E, a newer and more advanced standard than Wi-Fi 6, is now included with all Pro models. The new technology makes it possible to achieve lower latency, larger bandwidth, and faster speeds. It also includes the next-generation Ultra Wideband chip, which makes it simpler to locate devices and friends using the Find My app. This chip is included in the package.

Apple is expanding Emergency SOS to include the ability to text Roadside Assistance in the event that you require it. When you purchase an iPhone 15, you are entitled to these satellite functions at no additional cost for a period of two years. (There is currently no information about pricing at this time.)

Detailed Comparison of Different Models under iPhone 15 Series:

iPhone 15iPhone 15 PlusiPhone 15 Pro iPhone 15 Pro Max
Display (OLED)6.1 inch6.7 inch6.1 inch6.7 inch
Storage 128GB, 256GB, 512GB128GB, 256GB, 512GB128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB
Weight (in gms)171201187221
Dimensions147.6 mm x 71.6 mm x 7.80 mm160.9 mm x 77.8 mm x 7.80 mm146.6 mm x 70.6 mm x 8.25 mm159.9 mm x 76.7 mm x 8.25 mm
ChipsetA16 BionicA16 BionicA17 ProA17 Pro
Rear Camera48MP main, 12MP ultrawide48MP main, 12MP ultrawide48MP wide, 12MP ultra-wide, 12MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom48MP wide, 12MP ultra-wide, 12MP telephoto with 5x optical zoom
Front Camera12MP12MP12MP12MP
Resolution2556 x 1179 pixels2796 x 1290 pixels2556 x 1179 pixels2796 x 1290 pixels
Refresh Rate60Hz60HzAdaptive 1-120HzAdaptive 1-120Hz


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Akshara Parnami
Akshara is an Engineer turned Technical Writer. She is a tech reader who aims to deliver the best of her knowledge to the readers without complicating it. If not writing you can find her in the kitchen, because no place serves the good tea.

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