Apple uses titanium alloy for the body of the iPhone 15 Pro line, as previously rumored. Apple claims these two models are the lightest iPhone models.
In addition, Apple claims this latest model is easier to repair, with glass material that is easy to replace, although users are still advised to leave the repair process to experts.
For specifications, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max have OLED screens measuring 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches, but with thinner bezels. By default, the Action button is a lever to access ring and silent modes.
Apart from that, users can also use this button as a camera launcher and shutter button. Meanwhile, Apple is no longer using the Bionic moniker on its high-end silicon, presumably because the A16 Bionic has been used for the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus.
Apple decided to use the A17 Pro on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. For information, the A17 Pro is the world’s first 3nm SoC and uses the same 6-core CPU configuration as the previous release chipset.
There is also a USB 3 controller available, allowing the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max to offer 10Gbps bandwidth via the USB-C port. Even though the speed is not as fast as Thunderbolt, a number of parties still consider it an improvement.
Both Pro line models are supported by a 48MP main camera sensor, which is larger than the sensor on the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. This smartphone is also supported by the ability to shoot in HEIF 48MP and ProRaw 48MP formats.
By default, the camera system of the iPhone 15 Pro line supports the new super-high-resolution, at 24MP resolution, with the iPhone 15 Pro supporting 3x optical zoom, while the iPhone 15 Pro Max supports 5x optical zoom.
The cameras of these two models are also supported by better hardware stabilization, which has the ability to reduce shaking in camera recording results precisely. The new model is also equipped with a new feature that was not available in the previous generation, namely recording on an external drive or computer.