As tension for a new series release from Apple Inc. fresh report claims Apple is mass-producing iPhone 15 and 15 Pro displays for launch. Apple is likely to release all four new iPhones, the Apple Watch Series 9, and maybe an iPad mini in September, hence as the iPhone 15 reaches a significant milestone on its way to release.
A fresh report claims Apple is mass-producing iPhone 15 and 15 Pro displays for launch. Apple is likely to release all four new iPhones, the Apple Watch Series 9, and maybe an iPad mini in September.
According to the magazine, South Korean publication The Elec cites supplier sources for the report, Apple has approved iPhone 15 Product Validation Tests (PVT), the final step before mass production. These are being tested with Samsung Display, one of its three display partners. Other partners include LG and BOE. LG is nearing mass production, pending some minor modifications, while BOE is encountering Dynamic Island production challenges. BOE may miss the iPhone 15 series launch deadline as Apple introduced the Dynamic Island with the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max last year and will bring it to all four iPhone 15 entrants later this year.
Additionally, Apple is also having issues with the iPhone 15 Pro Max’s periscope lens. The corporation is apparently yielding less than planned. However, how this may influence the larger spec of the iPhone to be unclear. However, the next iPhone is expected to improve on the iPhone 14 series in all categories. The standard iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus’ main camera may get a new 48-megapixel sensor (but not the same as the iPhone 14 Pro Max), Also the Dynamic Island, and a new periscope lens for the iPhone 15 Pro Max to give it zoom capabilities like the best Android phones. The selection also offers thinner bezels, so we might obtain a bigger screen or a smaller chassis. All of these enhancements, however, will come at a cost, with our iPhone 15 price projections placing the Pro iPhones far more than their current iterations. Nothing is free, and this appears to be especially true with iPhones.