Apple has finally launched the much-awaited iPhone 15 series. As has been the practice, we have the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max.
The iPhone 15 starts at Rs 79,990 for the base 128GB, whereas the iPhone 15 Pro starts at Rs 1,34,900 for the same 128GB variant
iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus
The technology giant in Cupertino has announced that the iPhone 15 features a cutting-edge Super Retina XDR display employing OLED technology. Furthermore, the company has proudly revealed that the iPhone 15’s battery incorporates 100% recycled cobalt, a noteworthy environmental initiative.
In terms of camera capabilities, Apple is introducing a significant enhancement by including a 48-megapixel camera in the iPhone 15, a notable advancement from the 12-megapixel sensor found in last year’s non-Pro iPhones. Additionally, the latest iPhone boasts a 2X telephoto option for capturing high-quality photos and shooting 4K videos.
The most significant upgrade within the iPhone 15 series is the adoption of the USB Type-C charging port. This transition to USB-C is not exclusive to the iPhone, as it’s also being implemented in the AirPods Pro and EarPods. Kaiann Drance, Apple’s Vice President of iPhone Marketing, announced this during a launch event, emphasizing that USB-C has emerged as a universally recognized standard, making it a fitting addition to the iPhone 15.
Inside the iPhone 15, you’ll find the A16 Bionic chip, initially introduced as the powerhouse behind the iPhone 14 Pro. Apple has highlighted that this new chip boasts an enhanced graphics processing unit (GPU) compared to the A15 chip and improved high-performance cores compared to its predecessor, the A15.