iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max with Titanium design unveiled
Another novelty of the Apple event was the iPhone 15 Pro models with Titanium design. This is the lightest model in Apple's history.
During the presentation, it was noted that Grade 5 titanium is also used in NASA's Mars rover. The company has made the screen bezels of these smartphones smaller as expected. The screen diagonal of the iPhone 15 Pro is 6.1 inches, while the iPhone 15 Pro Max got a 6.7-inch display.
The new smartphones have removed the classic sound mode switch and replaced it with a button. It can be assigned a variety of actions.
New smartphones received Apple A17 Bionic single-chip system with a six-core CPU and a new graphics core. Neural Engine has become twice as fast in artificial intelligence applications. These smartphones also got a USB Type-C port, but only the Pro versions offer speeds up to 10 Gbps (USB 3).
At the presentation, they claimed the highest speed in games. The iPhone 15 Pro is compatible with the latest gamepads.
The iPhone 15 Pro also got the best camera in Apple's history and a 7-lens lens. The resolution remains 48MP, but it's a more modern, larger sensor. Focal lengths of 24mm, 28mm and 35mm are claimed. Night shooting has also been improved, particularly when using portrait mode. Smar tHDR works even more realistically. iPhone 15 Pro got a telephoto lens with 3x zoom, while iPhone 15 Pro Max has a 12-megapixel camera with a 120mm focal length and 5x optical zoom. The third ultra-wide-angle camera has a 12MP resolution. There is also a macro mode. During the presentation, attention was paid to the ability to take photos in Apple ProRAW and immediately transfer them to the MacBook. Photos and videos taken on the iPhone will look great on the Apple Vision Pro headset. The Spatial Video feature has been added for this purpose.
Prices are $1,000 and $1,200 for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max versions with 128 Gb of internal memory. Pre-orders will begin on Friday and sales will start on September 22.
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