Once more, there is a lot of discussion about Apple's new iPhone 15 Ultra. Like they did with the previous three iPhone models, Apple intend to release four new iPhone 15 versions this year: the standard iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max.
However, there are conflicting rumours that claim the iPhone 15 Ultra may be released rather than the iPhone 15 Pro Max. Even a second iPhone 15 Ultra, the fifth model in the lineup, has been hinted about in leaks.
Even before Apple officially discusses the iPhone 15 Ultra, quite a bit about it is already known. AppleLeaker on X, a person who follows Apple news, claimed that the iPhone 15 might feature an extremely good camera, particularly for zooming. Like a periscope, it might be able to zoom up to ten times. They claim that the primary camera may contain eight components to produce incredibly clear images. They might utilise specialised glass to improve the camera's performance, resulting in images with more clarity, less clutter, and nicer colours.
Titanium, a sturdy and posh material, may be used for the phone's frame. This might also be the case with the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. Even the side buttons could have a varied appearance.
Possible new "action button" on the side of the iPhone 15 Ultra. You might find this button useful for rapidly opening apps like the camera app. Last year, Apple upgraded the Apple Watch Ultra with a comparable button.
The A17 Bionic SoC, a superfast chip, may be found within the iPhone 15 Ultra. It was produced utilising extremely small 3nm technology. Additionally, it might contain a lot of memory—up to 8GB—and the entry-level model would come with 256GB of storage.
Apple may switch to a USB-C charging port, which is similar to the charging type used by many other gadgets. Even if a charger might not come in the package, the battery has a high rate of charge (up to 35W). Some others speculate that Apple might also provide a high-end, quick charging cable.
The screen may have the same around 6.7-inch size as last year, but the corners may be thinner. Although it might be smaller and function better, Apple may still have a notch at the top. They might also unveil a new 7nm U2 processor that enhances the interoperability of their products, such as the mixed reality headset Vision Pro.