Will Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro And Ultra Switch To Titanium?

TECH NEWS – The USB-C port and more RAM will be good, but replacing the aluminum could increase manufacturing costs.


The iPhone 15 is coming in the autumn, and its Pro and Ultra models may innovate in several ways, according to one analyst. Still, the materials used in assembly can’t be ignored. So far, Apple has used aluminum, but Jeff Pu, who works for Haitong International Securities, a Hong Kong investment firm, says the tech company may replace it with titanium, MacRumors reports. Pu still calls the most expensive, most-featured phone the iPhone 15 Pro Max, while Mark Gurman, who works for Bloomberg, calls it the iPhone 15 Ultra. Let’s stick with the Ultra.

According to Pu, the exact display dimensions will be used on all 15 iPhones that Apple used for the 14 lineups, but the more expensive models will switch to aluminum for better aesthetics. iPhone 15 Pro and Ultra will get eight gigs of memory instead of 6 GB of RAM, and Apple will likely keep the LPDDR5 standard used on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. Buttons called clickable may be replaced with more solid ones, and expect a USB-C port on all models. Reportedly, you’ll also find a Thunderbolt 3 connector on the more expensive models.

All versions of the iPhone 14 will use the Qualcomm Snapdragon X65 5G model, but the new phones may already have the X70. The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 may now get 48-megapixel primary sensors, and we wrote the other day that another analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, said the iPhone 15 Pro and Ultra versions might get more exclusive features, which could push Apple’s average price up and allow it to make more profit per sale. It’s almost sure that the iPhone 15 Pro and Ultra will be more expensive than their 14 counterparts.

Apple won’t get away with it if people don’t spend much on such luxuries during an economic downturn, as yes, the iPhone is a luxury.

Source: WCCFTech

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