Insider explains why iPhone 15 will be the biggest update since 5G was added three years ago

This year’s iPhone 15 lineup is expected to have a number of upgrades, according to renowned Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman.
In the new edition of his Power On newsletter, Gurman has mentioned all the changes that he thinks are coming to the new phones. Most of the rumors are not new, but with Gurman reiterating them, the likelihood of them being genuine has increased.
The Dynamic Island and USB-C port will be standard across the entire series. 

The bezels on the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will apparently be shrunk from approximately 2.2 millimeters to 1.5 millimeters using a technology called low-injection pressure over-molding or “LIPO.”  The company used the tech to make the Apple Watch Series 7 and Series 8’s borders thinner and increase screen real estate. 

The thinner bezels will move the new iteration a step closer to Apple’s dream of an all-screen phone.

As earlier reports have said, the Pros will swap out the stainless-steel edges for titanium, which is a superior material. It is lighter, and stronger, and not a fingerprint magnet. The devices will still have a frosted glass back but the edges that connect the side and the front will not be as sharp as before.

The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will most likely be powered by a new faster and more power-efficient chip based on the 3nm process. The phones will have the same internal design as the iPhone 14 for easy reparability. 

Gurman also says that we should expect major rear camera upgrades such as updated lenses and a wider range of optical zoom on the iPhone 15 Pro Max. Past reports have said that the biggest model will get a telephoto periscope lens.
As for the regular models, they will be fueled by the iPhone 14 Pro’s A16 chip and are expected to feature major camera improvements. Earlier reports said that the phones will get a 48MP camera, though it might not be the same as the one which will be seen on the iPhone 15 Pro.
Lastly, Gurman corroborates rumors that say the Pro models are no longer expected to have touch-sensitive buttons but could replace the mute/ring switch with a customizable Action button.
The report says that these new features will make this the most substantial update since 5G capability was added to the iPhone three years back. This could make them one of the best phones of the year.
These changes could lead to a minor price increase for the whole lineup outside of the US. In the US, the Pro models could be more expensive than the current lineup, which starts at $999. For reference, titanium Apple watches are $100 more expensive than stainless-steel models. A recent report said that the iPhone 15 Pro could cost $200 more than the iPhone 14 Pro.

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