iPhone 15 and 15 Plus: Apple cell phone arrives with Dynamic Island, USB-C input, and new colors
Apple unveiled the new iPhone 15 and 15 Plus today (12). The A16 Bionic CPU and the eagerly awaited USB-C connector are standard on new Apple smartphones. Apple could keep several new features even if recent leaks revealed some alterations.
The Dynamic Island feature from the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max is also included in the iPhone 15. It now has several new capabilities, including data on flights. The Super Retina XDR screen, which measures 6.1 inches for the standard model and 6.7 inches for the Plus, displays everything.
The set of rear cameras, which includes a 12 MP ultrawide and a 48 MP primary sensor with quad-pixel technology, is another important feature. Some effects have also been enhanced, such as bokeh, which automatically applies the blur based on whether a person or animal is highlighted in the image. Additionally, the set has a 4K video recording capability.
The iPhone 15 line’s design features more softened corners, a frosted glass back, and a more covert camera cutout. Black, blue, white, green, and pink, all in pastel tones, are the available colors.
With a six-core GPU, the A16 Bionic CPU powers the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus out of the box. Apple did not provide any specifics regarding the battery, but it did state that it would last all day and that the 15 Plus’s battery is a little bigger than that of the standard model.
Roadside Assistance is a feature of the iPhone 15 series that provides your information through satellite. Brazil has not yet been added to the list despite the service being expanded to 14 other nations.
Apple finally declared that it is adopting the USB-C cable on all of its products, including the iPhone 15 series and AirPods after some information was leaked.