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New iPhone model bags Indian BIS certification, could probably belong to the iPhone 15 series

Apple is reported to unveil the iPhone 15 series in the month of September this year. Though the exact launch date is still not clear. The series could include- iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Plus, and iPhone 15 Pro Max. Due to recent leaks and reports much of the information about the upcoming series is already known to us while there have been constant updates arriving about these series.

Recently tipster Mukul Sharma who goes by @stufflistings on Twitter revealed that a new iPhone model has received BIS India certification with model number A3094.

It is expected that this new model could belong to the iPhone 15 series but the moniker name is not clear. Not much info is revealed about this model from the website but it is confirmed that the device will be making its way in the Indian market.

Meanwhile, if we talk about iPhone 15 series, it is expected to feature Dynamic Island and USB Type-C charging port. iPhone 15 and 15 Plus are said to be powered by the A16 Bionic chipset while the Pro model could be powered by the A17 chipset. The Pro models could also use LIPO technology for their display while iPhone 15 and 15 Plus could also sport a new 48MP camera.

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