From the iPhone X, which was released in 2017, to the iPhone 13 series, which will be released in 2021, Apple’s bangs screen has been the subject of friendly trolling. You should know that Apple was once a leader in innovation, but now that the new machine has been released, the price has not dared to rise, and many fruit fans will think the price is very fragrant. However, Apple’s cell phone still has a lot of room for improvement. The iPhone 15 concept design is more than just the first time an under-screen lens has been added, and the screen-to-body ratio has been increased to 96 percent. iPhone 15 is well worth the wait, and after reading it, I believe it is well worth another year.
The primary reason for Apple’s use of a bangs screen is that the 3D face recognition components are not only large and take up too much space, but also include a front lens. And this time, the iPhone15 joins the true full-screen design, the front lens, and 3D face recognition unlocking design in the screen below for the first time, so that the iPhone15 only has one cross. The concept map effect is that the screen ratio is very high, with no obtrusive bangs, and the ratio is as high as 96 percent. iPhone15 curved stainless steel bezel is also very eye-catching, and straight true full screen to form a sharp contrast
In terms of screen specifications, the iPhone 15 will feature the first generation of LPTO OLED panel, with a refresh rate of 144Hz and a resolution of 2K. The image can be clearly displayed even in bright light. Apple’s phones have always had extremely high hardware requirements, and the company is working to improve the battery life and give users more confidence to use a better screen. However, it must be admitted that the higher the Apple specifications, the higher the power consumption.
Apple has equipped the rear lens of the iPhone 13 ProMax with new shooting features, such as movie mode to support the subject zoom function, so that ordinary people can enjoy the fun of shooting movies as well. For the first time, the ultra wide-angle lens supports macro photography, and the iPhone13ProMax expands its photography capabilities.
And while the new iPhone 15 does not appear to have dual lenses, it does remove the bath mirror frame. Horizontal dual lens is not a new concept; it has been used since the iPhone 8 Plus. Both iPhone 15 lenses have 20 million pixels, an aperture of F/1.2, and a unit pixel of 2 microns, which explains why the lens size appears to be so large. Macro shooting is now supported by the iPhone 15 ultra wide-angle lens, with a recent support of 0.5 cm. The movie mode will support 4K, and the shooting effect will be 35 times lossless optical zoom. This alone elevates it above the iPhone 14 in terms of appeal.
Apple’s products have started to use the M series processor in recent years, as evidenced by the performance of the MacBook computer, the advantages of hardware, and Apple’s product sales. This time, the iPhone15 will be equipped with the M1 mobile processor, which is based on a 3nm process and will support a 10 core CPU and 16 core GPU framework. You should know that even with the A15 processor’s top version, the GPU is only based on 6 cores, but the M1 chip’s performance is too strong this time, once again demonstrating Apple’s hardware dominance.
The iPhone 15 will have a memory capacity of 128GB, a 3877mAh battery, and support for 35W wired fast charging and 28W wireless fast charging. And the screen supports true full screen mode, so both the function and the hardware are incomparably mediocre. If Apple does indeed release such an iPhone next year, I would advise you not to wait for the iPhone 14 series.