Counting the days until the launch of the iPhone 15, the writing team of La Manzana Mordida have stopped to analyze and compile all the products and accessories that Apple will launch in the Keynote on September 12. However, and as we already know, the iPhone is the product that generates the most hype, and therefore, we stop to analyze its characteristics in depth: What will be the classes for the success and failure of the new iPhone 15? Let’s see it below.
Keys to an iPhone 15 failure
At first glance and based on the rumors and leaks that we have from the main technological media and leaks, we ask ourselves the following question: What are the most noticeable differences between the iPhone 15 and the iPhone 14? If you stop to analyze it, it is difficult to find differences that are really worth making the jump between generations even if you have a generation 13.
The most noticeable changes would be the arrival of USB-C, the famous Dynamic Island (which I still don’t know what it’s for), and the only thing that could justify the change between generations will be the biggest battery boost and one improved cameras It could go up to 48 megapixels, but we’ll see if they get it or not. On the other hand, if a user comes from an older phone or has his first iPhone for the first time, he will have a very interesting device.
Therefore, from the writing team of La Manzana Mordida we consider that the iPhone 15 will be a new failure and that Apple, instead of improving the features of this unit, is going to raise the price of the iPhone 15 Pro so that people go more to the standard models. Another dirty move from Apple that deep down what it hides is a lack of idea and desire to offer the best in each generation.
iPhone 15 Pro
Unlike the standard models, it seems that this year there will be more differences between generations 14 and 15, which can lead many users to seek to renew their unit. However, let’s not think that the iPhone 15 Pro and Ultra are going to be wonderful, but that it will be a continuous leap as Apple has been doing in the last five years, but this time instead of being a little jump, it will be a hop.
Now, if instead of having an iPhone 14 Pro you have a iPhone 13 Pro or an iPhone 12 Proin this sense and if we compare both models, Is it worth changing the device?. Specifically, the benefits and characteristics that convince me to change the device is the new 3nm A17 chip manufactured by TSMC, which will mean an improvement in both autonomy and performance. Also, if you add an increase in battery, we would be seeing a considerable jump compared to the previous year.
Having a more powerful chip could mean Apple include more advanced technologies such as 8k video recording, improved action mode, being able to record in 4k, the new action button and the arrival of a new USB-C connector that will allow you to work at higher speeds to send your files to your Mac or iPad.