The basic iPhone range will remain two-model even in 2023, there will be iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, and they will both receive one of the innovations of the iPhone 14 Pro, the 48 MP high-resolution camera sensor behind the wide-angle lenses – writes the 9to5Mac Citing information from analyst Jeff Pu. The iPhone 14 and 14 Plus sold at a lower rate than expected in 2022, this is partly explained by the fact that the hardware of the device is very similar to the iPhone 13, so Apple wants to make the basic models more desirable with more serious improvements this year.
However, in addition to the higher-resolution camera, no big rearrangement is expected on the back of the iPhones: the wide and ultra-wide units remain, but those who need a camera with optical zoom or a LiDAR sensor should buy the Pro model. In addition to the higher-resolution camera, the USB-C connector and the A16 Bionic chip may be new in the two basic iPhones, and there were earlier rumors that the Face ID system of all new iPhones from 2023 will be located in the camera cut-out named the Dynamic Island. from.
Render image of how the iPhone 15 is dreamed up with slightly more curved edges.
In relation to the two new Pro models, Ming-Chi Kuo previously predicted that a 12 MP zoom camera capable of three times optical zoom with new lenses would be expected by 2023, and the image processing would be done by the 3nm A17 Bionic. The operative memory can also be increased to 8 GB, the Pro models will also have the USB-C connector (probably with Thunderbolt capabilities and speed, while the basic model can stay on USB 2.0), and you can replace the previous stainless steel frame with Apple titanium.
There will be no changes in terms of size, the smaller 6.1-inch and the larger 6.7-inch model will also come in 2023, and if the analysts are right, the new devices could be in stores on September 23.