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According to reports, the iPhone 15 series, which has several advancements over the iPhone 14 lineup from the previous year, might be unveiled on September 12. Because Apple must adhere to EU laws that take effect in a year, it is reported that the Cupertino
Smartphone company will do away with the standard Lightning connector and replace it with a USB Type-C port on the next iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max. Faster charging rates for the future iPhone units may result from this switch to a contemporary connector. According to a recent leak, the iPhone 15 series would feature rapid charging up to 35W.
Some iPhone 15 series handsets will have up to 35W charging speed, according to a claim by 9to5Mac that cites unidentified industry sources. Over the current models, this would be a huge advancement. When it comes to fast charging, the previous-generation iPhone 14 Pro supports up to 27W while the standard iPhone 14 supports 20W.
“Next-Gen iPhone 15: USB-C Port, 35W Charging, & Exciting Upgrades”
A new 35W power adaptor from Apple with two USB Type-C connectors was announced last year. If the information from the leak is true, the business may promote either this adaptor or the 30W MacBook Air charger for the future iPhone 15 models. This new 35W charging speed may only be compatible with the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone X since the business wants to expand the gap between the ordinary and Pro versions.
Samsung’s Galaxy S23 Ultra provides up to 45W of quick charging as a comparison. The Google Pixel 7 Pro can be charged at a rate of up to 23W.
Ming-Chi Kuo, an industry analyst, had asserted that the iPhone 15 series will offer quicker charging via the USB Type-C connection with select company-certified cords. According to Kuo, Apple will enhance the fast-charging capabilities of MFi (Made For iPhone) chargers for the iPhone 15 models.
On Tuesday, September 12, Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max models. Pre-orders for the new phones might start as soon as September 22.
There are rumours that the Dynamic Island feature, which is now only available on the iPhone 14 Pro devices, will be included on all iPhone 15 series handsets this year. On the Apple A17 Bionic SoC and 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM, the Pro versions are anticipated to operate. According to rumours, the top-end model has up to 2TB of storage, while the entry-level device reportedly has 256GB. A16 Bionic processors may be used in the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus.