Apple to roll out Four Models in its iPhone 15 Series

After the dip in the sales of the Apple iPhone 14. The company has decided to add 4 models to the iPhone 15 series with major changes. Through reports, the sales of series 14 have been worse than expected. With this, the smaller version of the iPhone- The iPhone 13 mini has also seen bad sales.

However, the company plans to produce four modes for its 2023 iPhone 15 series.

The iPhone series 15 is expected to have a USB-C Type charging port. Due to the new Universal Charger requirement by the European Union. And it could also add 8GB memory capacity in its upcoming Pro series to make ties with its new processor.

There is a possibility that the Pro Max model’s main camera might be upgraded to 8 MP and equipped with a periscope lens, as well as other enhancements to the camera’s features.

The report was conducted by the Department of Semiconductor Research at market intelligence company TrendForce, which did not name any sources.

The report said, “According to TrendForce, Apple will continue to introduce four new models each with two CPUs to further distinguish between regular and high-end devices.”

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