The launch of the iPhone 15 series could take place in the third week of September. The exact date or event is yet to be officially confirmed by Apple, but a new tweet from Mark Gurman suggests this year’s iPhone models will be official. Released one day earlier than expected. Apple’s annual iPhone launch event was previously scheduled to take place on Wednesday, September 13. starting September 22.
Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman tweeted that the iPhone 15 series launch will mainly take place on Tuesday, September 12. “The signs are increasingly pointing to September 12,” he said. Gurman previously announced the event would take place on September 12 or 13. The new iPhone 15 models are expected to go on sale a week later on September 22.
Gurman further hints that Apple’s event will follow the same format as last year’s iPhone 14 event. The iPhone 14 series was launched during Apple’s “Far Out” event on September 7. Pre-orders for last year’s iPhone models began on September 9. Apple has yet to officially confirm the iPhone 15 series, so it’s probably safe to take the reported details with a pinch of salt.
The iPhone 15 series is expected to come with several upgrades over last year’s iPhone 14 models. First, they should include a USB Type-C port. iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max can all use the Dynamic Island feature, currently exclusive to iPhone 14 Pro models. Additionally, the iPhone 15 Pro models can run on the Apple A17 Bionic SoC, while the standard iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus can have the A16 Bionic chip. iPhone 15 Pro models can only include 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM. They are said to have 256GB of storage in the base model and offer up to 2TB on the top-end variant. The iPhone 15 Pro Max may include a periscope telephoto lens for better zooming.