iPhone 14 Professional and Professional Max received a significant digital camera improve with a 48MP main sensor and earlier this 12 months, analyst Jeff Pu said he expected that will trickle right down to the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus. Whereas Apple is believed to nonetheless be planning on that improve, there’s the potential of a digital camera part difficulty inflicting a delay for the extra reasonably priced iPhone 15 fashions.
Writing for Haitong International Securities, Jeff Pu put out his Could analyst publication this morning that features his newest expectations in regards to the iPhone 15 lineup.
Seen by 9to5Mac, the report reiterates some predictions we’ve heard from Pu (and others), together with titanium for the 15 Pro fashions, periscope telephoto lens coming to the 15 Professional Max, the reversal on solid-state buttons, and the 48MP camera landing on the extra reasonably priced iPhone 15 gadgets.
Looking ahead to iPhone 15/15 Plus delay
Nonetheless, for the 15 and 15 Plus, Pu says that his latest info suggests there could possibly be some challenges for Apple getting the digital camera parts wanted to ship the smartphones on time.
Particularly, the stacked CIS (CMOS Picture Sensor) for the 48MP digital camera on the 15 and 15 Plus is the place Pu says he’ll “proceed to watch the dangers of producion [sic] schedule.”
However till he will get extra definitive info, Pu nonetheless expects the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will launch alongside the 15 Professional and Professional Max in September this fall.
Pu’s publication additionally reiterates USB-C arriving on the complete iPhone 15 lineup together with the A17 chip being reserved for the Pro models whereas the 15 and 15 Plus undertake the A16 that launched with the iPhone 14 Professional and Professional Max.
Lastly, Pu expects storage capacities to stay the identical for the iPhone 15 smartphones at 128, 256, and 512GB with simply the Professional fashions providing the best 1TB possibility.
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