The iPhone 15 Series will now have Sony’s photography intelligence technology. As a result, they will be in direct rivalry with Samsung, which already provides Apple with image sensors.
Upgraded Camera system
In comparison to current sensors, Sony’s new sensor is touted to have roughly twice as much saturation signal per pixel. It is claimed to increase light capture and lessen overexposure or underexposure in a particular setting.
This has the advantage of allowing for precise facial capture even in brightly illuminated backgrounds, like on a sunny day. This has been accomplished by Sony using a unique semiconductor architecture that segregates photodiodes and transistors onto different substrate layers, creating a layer with a higher density.
The telephoto lens of the iPhone 15 Pro Max is also anticipated to use periscope technology for better optical zoom. Like the iPhone 14 Pro variant, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will include a 48-megapixel rear camera lens.
Upgraded build quality and design
In addition, Apple’s next iPhone 15 Pro Series will be a major improvement above the iPhone 14 Pro Series. The haptic feedback solid-state volume and power buttons on the iPhone 15 Pro this year will have titanium bezels.
In addition, Apple introduced the iPhone 14 series last year with a different type of bezel material. The Pro Series bezel is constructed of surgical-grade stainless steel, while the basic version’s bezel is made of aircraft-grade aluminum.
Additionally, the iPhone 15 Pro series’ RAM will be increased to 8GB, creating the most potent lineup possible with the A17 chip manufactured by TSMC using its 3nm process. Currently, the entire iPhone 14 series has 6GB of memory, compared to the iPhone 13 Pro series’ 6GB and the previous-generation iPhone 13’s 4GB.