iPhone 15 nad iPhone 15 Pro

iPhone 15 with USB-C & Big Camera Upgrade

iPhone 15 big release

The new iPhone 15 models from Apple have just been released, and the biggest updates are USB-C, an improved camera, the addition of the Dynamic Island, and even some screen upgrades.

The new colors on the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus look fantastic in our recent first look at them. It effectively contains the best features of the iPhone 14 Pro in a lighter, more comfortable-to-handle housing. Thanks to the matte back and rounder corners, which are notably easier to hold than the previous models.

The iPhone 15 Plus in yellow.

iPhone 15 USB-C

You can now use a single cable to charge both your MacBook and your iPhone because Apple is finally switching to USB-C on the iPhone 15. In order to meet impending laws from the European Union, Apple announced last year that it would move to USB-C. The iPhone 15 is now the first iPhone to do so.

From our brief hands-on with the smartphone, there isn’t much to say about the USB-C connector, but we’ll definitely be delving into the specifics of how USB-C functions on both the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro versions in our reviews soon.

A picture of the USB-C port on the bottom of an iPhone 15


Along with receiving Dynamic Island, the iPhone 15 also receives iPhone 14 Pro models. That’s the pill-shaped cutout that offers a fresh method of viewing certain notifications and utilizing apps. Now that the standard iPhone 15 models have the Dynamic Island, it appears and functions exactly as it did on the iPhone 14 Pro. We hope that more developers upgrade their apps to include it.

iPhone 15 Display

Additionally, the iPhone 15 has an upgraded OLED Super Retina display. It has a peak brightness of 2,000 nits in direct sunlight, which is twice as bright as the iPhone 14. It’s tough to discern how much the display has improved inside Apple’s hands-on area. But we did remark how much more pleasant the iPhone 15 felt in our hands.

The rear of the iPhone 15.


The camera system in the iPhone 15 is the last significant improvement. The primary camera sensor has increased from the 12-megapixel one present in the previous iPhone 14 to a 48-megapixel one. Additionally, there is a 12-megapixel ultrawide with telephoto capabilities, and upgrades to the portrait mode eliminate the need to manually transition to portrait mode.



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