The speculations on Apple’s iPhone 15 Ultra have started to heat the market. A new leak has revealed some details about the design of the most expensive smartphone of the next iPhone series.
A notable tipster named LeaksApplePro has revealed that the upcoming Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max, which would reportedly be called iPhone 15 Ultra, is expected to have a premium titanium body. However, the iPhone 15 Pro variant might have a stainless steel body just like iPhone 14 and Pro Max variants.
Earlier, before the launch of the iPhone 14 series, the Pro models of this lineup were also rumoured to have a titanium body, but that did not happen. Titanium would not only give the upcoming Apple iPhone 15 Ultra a premium feel but will also make the smartphone lighter, stronger and more scratch resistant than steel. It is important to note that titanium-built phones are rare and will help improve the upcoming device’s look.
Other rumours mention that the Ultra variant will have a better front camera system, longer battery life and a USB Type-C port. The next most expensive iPhone is also expected to come powered by a faster and more efficient 3nm chip.
The bump-less camera array and circular buttons destined for iPhone 14 Pro might also finally appear on the iPhone 15 Ultra. However, these are all rumours and some details may change in the end.
Meanwhile, Apple dropped the ‘mini’ lineup with the 14 series and replaced it with the new Plus model. The smartphone is a larger version of the iPhone 14 and comes with a 6.7-inch Retina display. According to a report by The Information, the Cupertino-based company has halted the device's production.
Citing supply chain sources, the report says that Apple is reassessing the demand for the iPhone 14 Plus. It has reportedly reached out to at least one iPhone assembly partner to halt iPhone 14 Plus production immediately. The US-based firm has also contacted two component suppliers to lower production by up to 90%. The report has speculated whether iPhone 14 Plus is not as popular among users as Apple expected.
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