For example, iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will be able to boast Dynamic Island, which was previously a special feature of Pro versions of Apple smartphones.
And the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra, respectively, will feature a new 10x periscope camera, which is a huge improvement over the previous 3x telephoto lens.
Cupertinos will pay just under $4 for Largan’s periscope camera module, according to popular analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Meanwhile, this is below the industry average – other companies pay $4.5 to $5 for the same modules.
Note that besides the periscope camera, there are other interesting rumors about the iPhone 15 series. For example, the devices are credited with an all-titanium assembly and rejection of “jamming” hardware buttons in favor of capacitive feedback switches.
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