The iPhone 15 series might follow Apple’s practice of releasing new iPhone models every year in September. A new rumor claims that September is also set for the release of the iPhone 15, Plus, Pro, and Pro Max. On September 7 of last year, during its ‘Far Out’ launch event, Apple introduced the iPhone 14 variants.
Details about the next iPhone 15 have been kept under wraps by the Cupertino firm. However, a number of rumors and leaks have speculated on the phones’ rumored features and price points. Apple’s A16 Bionic system-on-chip (SoC) is rumored to power the base versions, while the A17 Bionic SoC is believed to drive the iPhone 15 Pro variants.
According to 9to5Mac, Apple is planning to unveil the new iPhone range on September 13. According to the claim, which cites many sources, cell carriers have been asked to discourage staff from scheduling time off on September 13 in anticipation of a significant smartphone launch. We should anticipate Apple to stay to this schedule, since the corporation has always held its autumn launch event in September.
At last year’s September 7 ‘Far Out’ event, Apple introduced the iPhone 14 series. Starting on September 9, you may place a preorder for an iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, or iPhone 14 Pro Max. Pre-orders for the iPhone 15 series might begin as early as September 15 this year, if the rumored launch date is accurate.
Since Apple has not yet announced the event date or provided any information on the New iPhone models, this rumor should be treated with caution.
Leaks suggest that Apple will include a USB Type-C connector in the new iPhone series. The Dynamic Island feature, which is presently only available on the iPhone 14 Pro models, is anticipated to be standard on all future versions.
The new Apple A17 Bionic processor may be included in the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max variants. Meanwhile, the Apple A16 Bionic technology that drives the iPhone 14 series may find its way into the normal iPhone 15 and its Plus.