iPhone 15 Pro series to feature 8P camera lens upgrade

The iPhone 14 series that was introduced at Apple’s September ‘Far Out’ presentation. However, talk about the iPhone 15 and its successor has already circulated online. The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max / iPhone 15 Ultra are expected to be part of the range. It was originally speculated that the primary camera lens of these devices would be improved.

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, however, has recently suggested this may not be the case. In addition, he has previously speculated that the high-end iPhone 15 models would debut with solid-state buttons instead of traditional mechanical volume and power controls.

Kuo recently tweeted that an 8P lens wouldn’t be included in Apple’s next iPhone 15 Pro models. To clarify, the 8P in iPhone 14 Pro stands for “eight-plastic lens,” which is a potential improvement over the 7P lens seen in the current crop of iPhones.

The main camera of the iPhone 15 Pro series was rumoured to include an 8P lens. The iPhone 15 Pro Max (which might be unveiled as the iPhone 15 Ultra) may have a periscope camera with 10x optical zoom.

The A17 Bionic processor, Apple’s rumoured next-gen CPU, is also expected to power this family of devices. Meanwhile, the A16 Bionic processor may make its way into the iPhone 15 that isn’t a Pro. It is speculated that the iPhone 15 Pro will likewise have 8GB of RAM. The iPhone 14 series, on the other hand, is rumoured to include 6GB of RAM.

Previously, Kuo had speculated that the iPhone 15 Pro series would utilise solid-state buttons instead of traditional volume and power controls. They claim it looks like the home button on the iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone SE 2, and iPhone SE 3.

The launch of the iPhone 15 series will fall within Apple’s typical schedule for introducing new iPhone models in the second half of 2023.

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